After missing a tooth for a long period of time, Mike Kimble decided to visit Lakeview Dental to receive a dental implant. In this dental implant testimonial, he discusses the natural look and feel of the implant, and how it functions just like his natural teeth. After receiving the implants, he now visits the office for various other treatments such as regular cleanings.
My name is Mike Kimble. I'm the owner of Rockfish Restaurant in Rochester and I've been coming here for about two or three years. One of my teeth was missing for quite a long period of time. It was really something that I really wanted to get taken care of and I let my anxiety prevent me from doing that. Then I had some issues with the other one during my period of neglect and then I had to have that one removed. So, then I had two, and so then I was like, "Okay, I've really got to take care of this." It's a vanity thing. I walk around the dining room at my restaurant and I talk to people, and I would find myself, not really giving a big smile or whatever, because I couldn't. I had missing teeth and it was embarrassing. In regards to the quality of the implant, they are fantastic. They look exactly and function like regular teeth. I really forget that I have them. My experiences here have kind of changed the way I am with my dental health in general. I come here and get my regular cleanings on a regular basis and it's not something I was doing before. So now this place has actually made all the difference in the world for me and my dental health and I feel like I have a healthy mouth full of teeth right now. It's all because of coming here. I'm an anxious person anyway when it comes to something like dental work. I don't know. I can't speak to other places, because I've never had an implant done anywhere. But here it's a fantastic experience. It really was.
6003 Big Tree Rd
Lakeville, NY 14480
The staff is extremely capable, cheerful and team-oriented. The health of my teeth and the quality of my smile are their focus. They are experts at what they do."