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Saginaw, MI Family Dentist Dr. John M. Harasin Receives Top Reviews for Excellence in Patient Care and Comfort
Date:7/24/2013

Saginaw, MI (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

Statistics show that approximately 1 in 7 Americans have fear or anxiety about visiting the dentist, and as such, many forego much-needed dental treatments that are vital for overall health. Saginaw, MI cosmetic dentist, Dr. John M. Harasin recently received top reviews on third party review sites for excellence in patient care and comfort, and helping to change perceptions of dental visits amongst his patients.

Neglecting dental care not only leads to the buildup of bacteria and plaque in the mouth, but can also heavily impact other vital systems in the body. Because the mouth can be a gateway to the circulatory system, bacteria that enter the bloodstream through the mouth can cause severe issues with the cardiovascular system.

Using a practice-wide commitment to patient care, state-of-the-art technology, and sedation dentistry at his Saginaw, MI office, Dr. Harasin and his staff are able to help change patients’ attitudes about regular dental visits.

“Minimizing patient anxiety and helping them receive the best care possible is our top priority as a dental practice,” said Dr. John Harasin. “Receiving these top reviews really means a lot to me and my staff because it shows that our commitment is not going unnoticed.”

Patient reviews of Dr. John Harasin and his staff on third party sites show that their experience has been much improved from other dental visits in the past.

“I have never felt so unafraid getting dental treatment as I have with John M. Harasin DDS,” said Florence Deal, a patient of Dr. Harasin. “The friendly, caring staff and the doctor’s know-how turned me from being the biggest chicken into actually looking forward to seeing my dentist.”

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