Testimonials


On this page, you can read some of the reviews our patients have left in the past. We thrive on feedback from our patients, and encourage you to share your experience with us, at any stage in your treatment. If you have the time to leave us a review, please click on the Google+ button to the right. Thank you for taking the time to evaluate us!


Actual Patient Reviews from around the web & our Social profiles

Robert B. Shelton, DDS MAGD

5

“Thank you so much for taking care of my mother’s teeth. She is very picky with doctors and dentists, so I was prepared to hear how awful Dr. Shelton was. What I wasn’t prepared for was the GLOWING report about how wonderful he was! Yay! She’s so happy I can hear her smiling from 2000 miles away! Thanks to Amanda, too, for understanding I needed to be kept informed. If y’all ever need a reference from afar, let me know!”
Robert B. Shelton, DDS MAGD

5

“Thank you so very much for all your skill, talent, time, and generosity you gave me in allowing me to look my very best at my daughter’s wedding. The teeth whitener trays and magic liquid did the trick-my teeth were spotless and bright and shiny. It was a beautiful ceremony…I love the photos because my smile (thanks to you) is perfect. Thank you for allowing the Mother of the Bride to Shine!”
Robert B. Shelton, DDS MAGD

5

“Dr. Shelton did a root canal on me a few months back and I was pregnant. Y’all wanted to see the baby when she was born so here is a picture. Y’all are the sweetest group of ladies and gentlemen I have ever dealt with. Thanks so much for making a dentist appointment enjoyable.”
Robert B. Shelton, DDS MAGD

5

“Thank you so much for repairing my tooth. Thinking I could possibly lose it was very upsetting, even though I was sure you could take care of it. We feel very fortunate that you are willing to take so much time to share your knowledge and expertise with us to try to keep our teeth healthy.”
Robert B. Shelton, DDS MAGD

5

“Just a token to thank you all so much for the TLC that you’ve given me. Everyone is so kind and gentle-and you didn’t laugh because I was a ‘fraidy cat’! I couldn’t ask for a better dentist and staff. Hope you like these cookies-they are much better than anything I could make.”
Robert B. Shelton, DDS MAGD

5

The following lyrics were written on the occasion of having a patient’s mouth ‘overhauled’ by Dr. Shelton: “Dr. Bob, Dr. Bob. I’m coming to see you; No one can make me smile quite like you do. When my teeth fall from my mouth, in spite of Super Glue, Then, Dr. Bob, Dr. Bob I’m coming to see you… Dr. Bob, Dr. Bob, I’m glad we got to meet… It was getting hard to find something I could eat. Soup and mashed potatoes only take me so far, Now I find I’m hangin’ out at the local Smoothie bar! Dr. Bob, Dr. Bob, you have a gentle touch; When you drill and grind my teeth it doesn’t hurt that much. Dr. Bob, I’m seeing you too often, it seems… ‘Cause now I’m lying in your chair-even in my dreams. Dr. Bob, Dr. Bob, how can you be so cruel? They say you’ve joined the faculty at some Big Dental School… Now, when I need a ‘fix’, what on earth will I do? My only hope is that I find a stronger Super-Glue! Now, when my life is over and they ‘lay me down to rest’, At my funeral service I have made this last request: That they leave my casket open and they prop me upright, And open wide my smile so they can see my ‘pearly whites’!”
Robert B. Shelton, DDS MAGD

5

The following is an older poem, written by a high school student. Dr. Shelton made this student and his friend a mouth guard to enable them to play the trumpet while in braces. The poem is so unique we wanted to include it! Again, we do love our patients! “It started in January, 1988 My bite was bad and my teeth weren’t straight, So I got my braces on, and became real tired Of not being able to eat and having my teeth wired. Then the idea hit me as I thought of the band, I hope my director will understand. I started to pace and became real worried. I’d better learn how to play my trumpet in a hurry! I calmed myself down and played a few notes real quick. The sound that I heard was enough to make me sick! So I lay down my horn and thought for a while, Then I remembered something that made me smile. Scott, from second chair, got braces too, But he played real well all because of something blue. I asked him about it, and he explained to me, That his friend was a dentist and an old trumpet player too! Well, I thought to myself, “He must be quite a guy!” I got my appointment, and when he was through, I picked up my trumpet and played better than new!! I asked you a year later and you didn’t hesitate To do a new mold so I could sound great. I want you to know that from the bottom of my heart, I thank you sincerely for performing this art.”
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