Mission Valley Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

★★★★★
  • 2878 Camino del Rio South #210

    San Diego, CA 92108

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  • 619-298-2200

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I had my gums deep cleaned at dentist office a week ago, and I am not going to lie, it hurt! The dentist let me know I was going to have to have a tooth surgically extracted. Which to most people, mean the most pain you can imagine. Today was that day for me. I went back to the same place that my teeth were deep cleaned but had the pleasure of having a different dentist. I am by no means saying that the dentist I had for my teeth cleaning was bad, on the contrary, she was very professional and did a great job.

Luckily for me, they had which I am now certain, the best dentist out there come in for my extraction, Dr. Kenneth Spint. Dr. Spint did an outstanding job! The part that always got me was the initial numbing. That nasty stuff stuff they have to put in your mouth before that huge needle, then the seering pain of the needle. There was a total of maybe 3-4 seconds of slight pain, with out that nasty tasting topical, while he injected me with the numbing agent. I was amazed when he told me that the numbing was done.

So the hard part for me at least was out of the way with no pain. Here comes the fun part! My tooth sat at a weird angle, had a filling that had fallen out 4 months ago, and was pretty rotted. I have no idea how he got a hold of that guy at the angle it sat but he did. The whole ordeal took about 15 min tops, with paperwork.

I would like to thank Dr. Spint as well as his assistant!

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I had my gums deep cleaned at dentist office a week ago, and I am not going to lie, it hurt! The dentist let me know I was going to have to have a tooth surgically extracted. Which to most people, mean the most pain you can imagine. Today was that day for me. I went back to the same place that my teeth were deep cleaned but had the pleasure of having a different dentist. I am by no means saying that the dentist I had for my teeth cleaning was bad, on the contrary, she was very professional and did a great job.

Luckily for me, they had which I am now certain, the best dentist out there come in for my extraction, Dr. Kenneth Spint. Dr. Spint did an outstanding job! The part that always got me was the initial numbing. That nasty stuff stuff they have to put in your mouth before that huge needle, then the seering pain of the needle. There was a total of maybe 3-4 seconds of slight pain, with out that nasty tasting topical, while he injected me with the numbing agent. I was amazed when he told me that the numbing was done.

So the hard part for me at least was out of the way with no pain. Here comes the fun part! My tooth sat at a weird angle, had a filling that had fallen out 4 months ago, and was pretty rotted. I have no idea how he got a hold of that guy at the angle it sat but he did. The whole ordeal took about 15 min tops, with paperwork.

I would like to thank Dr. Spint as well as his assistant!

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