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My son was worried about getting braces, but the staff at Dental Depot South on 104th put him at ease & everything ran smoothly!
Both my kids go here, one is 15 years old and the other is 6 years old. The whole staff is so friendly, helpful, understanding, and is just so good with my kids. They know exactly what to do with their age range. They are so good that my kids like to go to the dentist! My son just recently got his braces on the orthodontist side,and we couldn't be more happier than to stick with them and not go to any other places our friends and families refer us to. Dental Depot is the best!
My daughter loves her dentist and her ortho! I am so glad she is comfortable with these people, it makes the whole experience much better and having braces easier to tolerate.
My two boys have been coming to Dental Depot for over 2 years now. My oldest 16 had braces on for that time frame and I can say from a parents perspective it was a great experience. They are very helpful and nice. The scheduling throughout this process was a breeze. He just got them removed and we're both very pleased with the outcome.
Great staff and environment. My daughter just got her braces off and her smile is beautiful. Braces are not cheap, but they were worth it and the entire experience has been excellent here. Thanks guys!
What an amazing team! Made my daughter very comfortable and ready to get braces!
This past August we had the pleasure of honoring a woman you may know from our Central OKC office. After 31 years as a dental hygienist with Dental Depot, Linda Bryant retired. According to Linda, we weren’t celebrating that she was leaving, but celebrating that she stayed. Part of that celebration is continuing here
For years, anyone who has ever been fitted for orthodontics has faced the same uncomfortable and downright gag-worthy dental impressions. Until now. Introducing the new iTero Intraoral Scanner. While orthodontic treatments have come a long way in a short amount of time – with smaller appliances, faster treatments and more discrete options – it’s this
Nicole Matlock and her mom, Diane, are best friends. There aren’t any secrets between the two of them. So, when Diane called Nicole in September, Nicole immediately could tell that something was wrong. You see, Diane had just been diagnosed with breast cancer. To that point, there hadn’t been any inkling of anything being wrong.