Nancy C. Grant, DDS

★★★★☆
  • 10450 Parks Meadows Drive Suite 308

    Littleton, CO 80124

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  • 303-793-0899

About Nancy C. Grant, DDS

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  • Pediatric Dentists

Health & Medical

Health & Medical
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We have been going to Dr. Grant for over a year now. We love her and her staff. I was shocked to read the other posters review. We were referred to Dr. Grant by another parent who loves her as well. I take my 2 yr old and 6 yr old and have not had a single negative experience. We are definitely going back.

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We have been going to Dr. Grant for over a year now. We love her and her staff. I was shocked to read the other posters review. We were referred to Dr. Grant by another parent who loves her as well. I take my 2 yr old and 6 yr old and have not had a single negative experience. We are definitely going back.

Pros: Office great set up for kiddos!

Cons: None encountered.

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I have been to Dr Nancy Grants office many times now. I was shocked when I read the first review this office is amazing!!!!! The staff was awsome it was very kid friendly and they did great with my 2 yr old. I have told many of my friends to go to this office and they all thanked me for sending them to a great office. I whish that they had a place like this to go to when I was younger then maybe I would like the dentist now. My child gets all excited when I tell them they are going to get there teeth cleaned. It is the best office I have ever been too

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★★★★★

I have been to Dr Nancy Grants office many times now. I was shocked when I read the first review this office is amazing!!!!! The staff was awsome it was very kid friendly and they did great with my 2 yr old. I have told many of my friends to go to this office and they all thanked me for sending them to a great office. I whish that they had a place like this to go to when I was younger then maybe I would like the dentist now. My child gets all excited when I tell them they are going to get there teeth cleaned. It is the best office I have ever been too

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Dr. Grant's office is spectacular for children. . . great views, gameboys, playstations, and brightly painted; however, she and her staff do not match this cheery atmosphere. On numerous occasions, our young child gagged during Xrays due to the uncaring method of administering these Xrays. The bitewing "screens" placed into his mouth were adult sized and pressed against the back of his mouth (causing the gag relfex). Dr. Grant's staff became very irritated with this (instead of being sympathetic). For the next round of Xrays some months later Dr. Grant prescribed a sedative for our child to take before the Xray. We gave our child the sedative (as prescribed) and he still gagged. . . again the attending staff was visually indignant. For the third round of Xrays, Dr. Grant again prescribed the sedative. I refused to give this sedative to my child. . . the gagging was due to 1.) an adult sized bitewing "screen", 2.) poor administering procedure, and 3.) very poor attitude by Dr. Grant's staff. The gagging was not due to the lack of sedative flowing through my child's system.
Dr. Grant herself was defintely NOT happy that we didn't administer the sedative. . . in fact she was downright nasty. She rarely removes her facemask even when speaking with parents in the hallway; hence, the less than personal service.
While her office is very alluring, she and her staff are certainly not interested in the special needs of their patients. I obvioulsy do not recommend her to anyone.

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Dr. Grant's office is spectacular for children. . . great views, gameboys, playstations, and brightly painted; however, she and her staff do not match this cheery atmosphere. On numerous occasions, our young child gagged during Xrays due to the uncaring method of administering these Xrays. The bitewing "screens" placed into his mouth were adult sized and pressed against the back of his mouth (causing the gag relfex). Dr. Grant's staff became very irritated with this (instead of being sympathetic). For the next round of Xrays some months later Dr. Grant prescribed a sedative for our child to take before the Xray. We gave our child the sedative (as prescribed) and he still gagged. . . again the attending staff was visually indignant. For the third round of Xrays, Dr. Grant again prescribed the sedative. I refused to give this sedative to my child. . . the gagging was due to 1.) an adult sized bitewing "screen", 2.) poor administering procedure, and 3.) very poor attitude by Dr. Grant's staff. The gagging was not due to the lack of sedative flowing through my child's system.
Dr. Grant herself was defintely NOT happy that we didn't administer the sedative. . . in fact she was downright nasty. She rarely removes her facemask even when speaking with parents in the hallway; hence, the less than personal service.
While her office is very alluring, she and her staff are certainly not interested in the special needs of their patients. I obvioulsy do not recommend her to anyone.

Pros: great location and office

Cons: Less than personal service

 

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