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My name is Gordon Graham. I was born and raised in San Francisco, and in 1973 my job required me to move to Southern California and I needed a dentist and I was referred to Dr. Tistaert by one of his patients. At that time he was not in the beautiful stand-alone office he now has but in an office building where he worked with his Father.

I am closing in on the age of sixty, and have been a proud patient of Dr. Tistaert for close to thirty-seven years. And if you think that is a long time there are many of his patients who have been seeing him for much longer than I have. My job has moved me around the state but wherever I was located I traveled to Santa Monica for all of my dentist visits.

For those of you who are already patients of Dr. Tistaert, you know why I drive from Orange County (where I live today) to Santa Monica. His reputation is impeccable. His staff is wonderful. His work is flawless. An appointment at 10:00 AM means that you will be in the chair at 10:00 AM not 10:15 or 10:30 or 11:00. He is kind, courteous and professional at all times and most important to me my teeth remain perfect.

In this age of mills and 'gimmicks' it is nice to see old school values meet up with cutting edge technology where the patient gets treated right and simultaneously knows that the care and treatment being received is top notch. I get that feeling each and every time I visit Dr. Tistaert. I have proudly refereed many of my friends to Dr. T and will continue to do so.

Dr. Tistaert did not ask me to write this I did so because I want you to know that his services work well for me. I chose him as MY DENTIST FOR LIFE. I consider myself fortunate to be one of his patients. You can contact me directly at should you have any questions that I may be able to answer for you.



I loved my old dentist. Then he retired. Then through a friend's recommendation I found Doctor Tistaert. Then I found out I had a broken tooth. THEN I began to tremble. THEN!!! Dr. Tistaert went to work. Before I could blink twice (well, okay, three times) the anesthetic was in, the drilling was done, the tooth was repaired and I was in my car and on my way. AND the anesthetic wore off within a half hour of the repair - instead of the usual extra three hours with a fat lip. And if that\'s not good enough for you, I also got tea and sympathy from his wife at the front desk. What more could you possibly ask?

Carolyn Berger
Los Angeles

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