|1735 Oak Avenue|
|in the Oak Avenue Professional Complex|
|(Please fill in hours)|
Robert V. Phillips, DDS practices dentistry.
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2007-04-13 09:38:40 Dr Phillips is a great and gentle dentist, plus he has a treasure trove of DHS Yearbooks in his waiting room going way, way back. —EdHenn
2007-04-13 10:32:51 My whole family sees Dr. Phillips. I love that he uses warmish water for rinsing — helps with the cold sensitivity some of us old guys suffer. Also, although he doesn't have virtual reality goggles or any other fancy high-tech gadgets to distract you, he seems to be up on the latest in genuine dental technology (though really, how would I know?). Plus, his magazines are always up to date! —DanLawyer
2007-04-13 16:05:56 He has been the family dentist for years, it's good times. I love the train sets that line the walls —StevenDaubert
2009-01-13 13:08:11 Very friendly and personable, and seemingly very reasonably priced (we recently moved from the Bay Area so my expectations may be off). It's too early to tell for sure about the quality of the work, but the experience of having it done was certainly as pain-free as could be expected and I've had no problems so far. I also appreciated the fact that he did not seem to be trying to "upsell" services as many dentists do. —DataPoint
2010-07-22 03:50:28 I love the whole staff at his place. They're always very friendly and have lots of schwag to hand out. I've been going here my whole life and even as a child going to the dentist was actually a TREAT, never something dreaded. I've never had a cavity and I'm sure I owe my healthy teeth at least in part to the great care I've received. —KBathory
2011-01-08 11:35:19 Dr. Phillips has basically been my dentist for my entire life (I vaguely remember a brief stint at Dr. Mollitar's with a horse puppet involved for showing me how to brush my teeth...or maybe that was a dream? XD). I've had sensitive teeth for a long time but I have never had any problems. I also have fairly chronic TMJ disorder, which makes it hard to keep my mouth widely open for long periods of time, and they are always very accommodating about this. I'm pretty certain it is due to Dr. Phillips lecturing me (kindly) on dental hygiene as a kid which has instilled in me a life-long aversion to fuzzy teeth. The result: I've never had a cavity :) —Anja
2011-05-20 08:40:23 The best! I heard Vicki is about to retire thou! —StevenDaubert