I created an addendem to this on 11/1/2019. It gives you a more complete view of this outstanding staff.I just became a new patient at this office, and I can say with confidence that the experience there was unlike any I have ever had at any dental office, or in any healthcare facility anywhere. I have been a practicing emergency physician for 27 years, and my feeling is that healthcare is relatively late, compared to retail and hospitality, in recognizing the need to provide a positive patient experience. Dr. Morton's team has been meticulously trained in a way that I have not seen before in any healthcare office. You can tell the minute you call the office and someone answers the phone that they expect to make you feel welcomed and taken care of. From the moment I walked in the door to Dr. Morton's office, I was greeted by name and by smiling faces. Every staff person introduces himself or herself by name and assures you that you are going to have a good experience. I've been offered beverages and snacks every time I have gone in. When I got dental impressions, Tammy, the person doing the impressions noticed that my lips were chapped and promptly went to look for chapstick to remedy the situation. The office has soft music playing, a subtle scent wafting through the air, and it's not an exaggeration to say that the office feels like a spa. Chris, my hygienist, offered me a paraffin wax to soften my hands in warmed Mint32 branded mitts during my teeth cleaning, which was pleasant, even in ninety degree weather. I can only imagine how nice it will be during the winter. Of course, none of this would matter if the dentist were not competent. So the question is whether Dr. Morton is as competent as his staff. Fortunately I believe that the answer is yes.I had not been looking for a new dentist. I had been going to the same dentist out of state for ten years, and I had been perfectly satisfied with him. But on this occasion I had a dental emergency (broken tooth) that needed immediate attention. Dr. Morton made time to see me at least minute notice (in fact, I think he may have even come in on his day off). He examined me, got an xray to assess the extent of the damage, and repaired the tooth. Done. Like it never even happened. The repaired tooth looked and felt like the original. I happened to be due for a teeth cleaning, so I returned the next day for cleaning and a comprehensive dental exam. The only thing that I can think of that might concern someone is that the oral cavity cancer screening was an undisclosed separate charge that I have not been charged for before by other dentists. But this is a relatively small amount. Importantly I had the most thorough and comprehensive dental exam I've ever experienced. I had every part of my oral cavity examined, measured, photographed, and xrayed. Dr. Morton uses scribes for his documentation so everything moves efficiently and without a break. The end result is that he was able to show me in gigantic color detail that I had areas of dental erosion and damage that I was mostly not even aware existed, though I could plainly see it once it was pointed out to me. So Dr. Morton worked out a plan for treatment to prevent further damage from happening and to repair some of the damage that already existed. Having said that, the treatment is more aggressive than anything that I ever imagined that my teeth would need, and it's all out of pocket. But my goal is to keep my native teeth as long as I possibly can, and I believe that Dr. Morton gives me the best chance of making that happen.So when it comes to finding a dentist, I actually can't think of any patient who could not benefit from using Dr. Morton. His office even has a program with an annual fee to cover patients who do not have dental insurance. If you are serious about getting your teeth as cosmetically perfect as possible, are interested in their health and longevity, and want to be treated like a rock star by his staff, you have officially now found the dentist you want at Mint32.