i have to point a few things out about the last review- first i'd like to say that the Dr. IS very busy because she is so good at what she does.. unless your daughter had some unusual problem, the doctor is just going to check up and make sure everything is ok with her teeth. what do you think the d.h.'s are there for? second i'd like to ask when the last time ANYONE flossed and it felt good was. of course your little princess complained- she knew mommy wouldn't let that mean ol' dentist do her job right. Finally, what do you expect of a pediatric dentist office? EVERY parent wants to schedule right after school. I expected some difficulty with the appt. and accepted that it would be a little inconvenient. Kids make life that way. My 5-year-old HATES all things medical, but didn't want to leave. He has asked several times when he can go to the dentist again. I was floored. I wish this concept was around when i was a kid.
i would have to disagree strongly with the last review. first of all, OF COURSE p.f. chang's isn't authentic chinese food. 95% of all the ethnic food at restaurants in america isn't authentic. it's (gasp) americanized! second, i take issue with any person who eats at a place one time, orders one dish, and declares the food bland. well, how about trying a few of the other 100 or so selections before you pass judgement. i have been to pf changs numerous times, and on occasion, certain meals have been on the plain side. but i don't find the price outrageous and for some of the food (Changs chicken, kung pao chicken, calamari, to name a few) i would gladly pay more. the service is good, and the ambience, as mentioned, is quite nice.