My son and I both go to Dr. Sullens. I have also recommended her to a friend who now takes both of her kids to Dr. Sullens. She found a problem with my teeth on my first visit that no other dentist has ever mentioned, she also recommended how to fix it! She has a great sense of humor without being unprofessional. I would recommend her to anyone!
Posted: 7/20/2015 • Link to this review
I felt like I was being rushed out. I WAS ONLY THERE FOR 45 MINUTES FOR MY FIRST CLEANING AND I USUALLY HAD AN HOUR AT MY OTHER DENTIST. I DONT FEEL THE APPTS ARE LONG ENOUGH AT ALL.NOT REALLY THOROUGH.
Posted: 2/23/2014 • Link to this review
I had wanted to use Dr. Sullens for two years, but I couldn't get my insurance rollover to fit her schedule. I used another, very expensive dentist to do major dental work. Soon after, I began having tooth problems. I visited Dr. Sullens, and she did a miracle in saving a tooth that only last year had a root canal/ crown from my previous dentist. She worked very hard for over two hours to repair two teeth. I told her and her assistant that I felt they cared more about my health than they did my wallet! Cost was very reasonable. I'd recommend Dr. Nicole Sullens without hesitation! Roger H.
Posted: 12/14/2011 • Link to this review
I have been going to Dr. Sullens for dental care for over 5 years. She has a very friendly, helpful and caring staff. She is one of the best around. I can not say enough good things about her and her practice.
Posted: 4/27/2010 • Link to this review
I went to see Dr. Sullens knowing I had a rather large cavity. I am pregnant and 7 weeks from my due date. I talked to my OB doctor and he said I should surely have an x-ray of this tooth using a lead apron. H also recommended I have this cavity restored as soon as possible, there was no medical reason I should wait. He said if I waited, the cavity might infect my tooth. Only an x-ray could determine how close the cavity would be to the nerve. Dr. Sullens refused to take an x-ray, as that is aganist her policy! I talked to many dental offices and learned it was probably a breach of the standard of care for me to wait. Just imagine if one week before my delivery date I suddenly have a toothache! Then Dr. Sullens would take an x-ray only to find out I need a root canal and I might need narcotic pain medication just to be remotely comfortable. I would have ALL this to deal with and a new baby! Such lunacy!! If this is Dr. Sullen's standard of care, NO THANK YOU!!!
Posted: 8/03/2009 • Last edited: 4/27/2010 • Link to this review