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William R. Hummer, DDS

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William R. Hummer, DDS

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Jennifer S.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

1 of 360

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is just really good. He is very thorough. He goes out of his way to check on patients. He calls his patients to check on them. He's amazing.

The office just really cares about their patients. They really try to give people the best possible options. They are also very cost-effective. They are very helpful for low-income families. They really care.

Aisha H.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

2 of 360

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

My husband has been a patient of theirs and now I go there too. They are very helpful, friendly and professional. It's been a positive experience for both of us.

I like that they greet you and get you in at the scheduled time for my appointment. I am not kept waiting. They are organized, efficient, and their appointments run on time.

Bill N.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

3 of 360

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I have been to Dr. Hummer over the last several years and the experience has been wonderful. They are very professional and helpful.

I liked that they are so caring and knowledgeable.

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William R. Hummer, DDS is a general dentist practicing in San Leandro who offers a wide range of procedures to patients of all ages. The practice recently expanded its office to include seven operatories, and its preventive care plans include cleanings; preventive restorations; and reconstructive, esthetic, cosmetic, and minimally invasive dentistry. Dr. Hummer believes gentleness is the cornerstone of comfortable dental treatment, and he uses state-of-the-art equipment and sterilization procedures to facilitate this approach.

Dr. Hummer’s practice also offers cutting-edge cosmetic dentistry technology such as microabrasion (drill-free dentistry), porcelain veneers, Invisalign®, emergency treatment, implants, customized mouth guards, digital x-rays, and examinations. Restorative options include composite, amalgam, and glass ionomer fillings and sealants; crowns include e-max, zirconia, gold, porcelain and porcelain fused to metal; and dentures include full upper/lower stay plates, partials, and mini implant-supported dentures.

Dr. Hummer is joined by Dr. Aileen McCready and an office staff that’s dedicated to providing modern, comprehensive dental care in a caring environment. “We enjoy getting to know our patients on a personal level,” says Dr. Hummer. “Our dental health plans are designed to fit each person’s specific needs to achieve a healthy, long-lasting smile.”

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Locations

Alameda County

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SERVICES PERFORMED

Cosmetic, Preventive and Restorative Dentistry
Drill-Free Dentistry
Nitrous Oxide
Sinsational Smile Teeth Whitening
Implant Tooth Replacement, Including Implant-Supported Prosthetics
Orthodontics
Bleaching
Nightguards and Mouthguards
White Fillings
TV/Headphones

BRANDS Supported
  • Invisalign

  • Crystalmark

  • Lancer Orthodontics

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Dr. Hummer goes over a set of dental photos with a patient.

Company Profile

William R. Hummer, DDS is a general dentist practicing in San Leandro who offers a wide range of procedures to patients of all ages. The practice recently expanded its office to include seven operatories, and its preventive care plans include cleanings; preventive restorations; and reconstructive, esthetic, cosmetic, and minimally invasive dentistry. Dr. Hummer believes gentleness is the cornerstone of comfortable dental treatment, and he uses state-of-the-art equipment and sterilization procedures to facilitate this approach.

Dr. Hummer’s practice also offers cutting-edge cosmetic dentistry technology such as microabrasion (drill-free dentistry), porcelain veneers, Invisalign®, emergency treatment, implants, customized mouth guards, digital x-rays, and examinations. Restorative options include composite, amalgam, and glass ionomer fillings and sealants; crowns include e-max, zirconia, gold, porcelain and porcelain fused to metal; and dentures include full upper/lower stay plates, partials, and mini implant-supported dentures.

Dr. Hummer is joined by Dr. Aileen McCready and an office staff that’s dedicated to providing modern, comprehensive dental care in a caring environment. “We enjoy getting to know our patients on a personal level,” says Dr. Hummer. “Our dental health plans are designed to fit each person’s specific needs to achieve a healthy, long-lasting smile.”

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Company Philosophy

“Our goal is to offer the best dentistry possible in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. When our patients need treatment, we explain options, show and tell with photographs, discuss fees, review and estimate insurance coverage and co-payments, and provide thorough and comprehensive examinations.”

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Comparative Summary

A strong proponent of preventative dental care, William R. Hummer, Jr., DDS favors treatments such as fluoride trays, sealants and microbrasions that stop tooth decay from ever developing. Dr. Hummer also emphasizes “gentleness” at his San Leandro practice. “We understand that many people fear visiting the dentist,” he says, “so we strive to make the process as enjoyable as possible.”

In many cases, Dr. Hummer still uses silver fillings. “They’re more economical than white fillings and are often the best option for patients,” he says. Whenever possible, he also repairs damaged crowns instead of recommending a full replacement, which can be costly. “Repaired crowns can last up to 15 years. They’re a great value for patients.”

Because dental problems typically develop slowly over months or even years, Dr. Hummer will often stagger his patients’ dental work over time. Someone who needs six fillings, for example, could have the work spread over two years without additional harm, he says.

Dr. Hummer uses a technology called digital radiography that uses no radiation and visualizes interior teeth more quickly and accurately than x-rays. His practice also uses a plasma arc laser that cures fillings in three seconds instead of the standard 30, minimizing patients’ discomfort.

Because dental work often creates dust around an office and leaves an unpleasant smell, Dr. Hummer’s practice features a highly-efficient filtration system that cleanses the air of dust and odor. Special magnification and lighting help keep harsh dental lights out of patients’ eyes, and each room has its own individual stereo system. The office’s waiting room is equipped with iPad Internet service, Wi-Fi, laptop computers and a television.

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If you know and trust your dentist, don’t switch simply for insurance reasons. “Dental problems evolve slowly, over months and years,” says William R. Hummer Jr., DDS. “That’s why you shouldn’t switch dentists often or without good reason. A dentist you’re seeing for the first time simply can’t trust everything that’s under every filling. They haven’t seen the progress of a filling over five years to know whether it’s changed.”

A dentist who sees you regularly will know your dental history and can typically offer you less aggressive treatment. Here are some other dental tips to consider:

Don’t worry about being harmed by dental X-rays. They pose very little risk, especially when patients are protected with lead aprons. Besides, today’s high-speed films minimize the amount of exposure.

Schedule regular dental visits for your children. It’s best to start with the appearance of their first tooth. Add a regular program of brushing, flossing and healthy eating, and your child will benefit from a lifetime of good dental habits.

The best tooth whitening technique is a dentist-prescribed system. These systems change the color of teeth with minimal (if any) side effects. Veneers are appropriate for more difficult cases. There are many other options; ask your dentist about them.

Electric toothbrushes are best. There are numerous models on the market that work well. Ask your dentist to recommend one. Similarly, virtually any brand of toothpaste is fine, providing it contains fluoride and controls tartar. Using a proper brushing technique is far more important than using a certain brand of toothpaste.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are my cosmetic dentistry options?

A: There are porcelain veneers, Lumineers, bleaching, bonding, jewelry contouring, orthodontics, retainers and cosmetic fillings.

Q: Do I have to be numb for my procedure?

A: Not necessarily.

Q: Will my insurance cover my procedure?

A: It depends on your policy. We can determine that for you.

Q: At what age are orthodontics appropriate?

A: The earliest that orthodontic treatments can be applied is age seven. Obviously, you can get them later—our oldest orthodontics patient was 78. There’s no reason orthodontics can’t be done on an adult.

Q: Do you have to cut my teeth down to replace a missing tooth?

A: No. We can do implants, orthodontic movement, a bridge or an implant-supported partial denture.

Q: Do I have to use floss to clean my teeth?

A: Though there are different tools to clean between teeth, floss is usually the best. Whatever you use, cleaning between your teeth is vital—even more important than going to the dentist.

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  • Dr. William Hummer is owner of William R. Hummer, DDS, a Diamond Certified practice since 2002. He can be reached at (510) 351-5711 or by email.

Dr. William Hummer: An Early Calling

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

SAN LEANDRO — Many people find their professional callings in adulthood, but Dr. William Hummer knew much earlier what he wanted to do with his life. “I was 13 years old when I decided I wanted to be a dentist,” he affirms. “Around that time, a lot of my peers were talking about what they wanted to do when they grew up. I had just gotten braces, so I naturally thought of my orthodontist. He had his own business, made his own schedule and earned a nice income; plus, he got to work with his hands and take care of people for a living. It seemed like a good life and career, so I decided to pursue that path and ultimately became a general dentist.”

Today, after more than 30 years of professional practice, Dr. Hummer says his favorite part of his job is the relationships. “As a 13-year-old deciding to become a dentist, I never considered the relational aspects of the job, like interacting with patients. Turns out, that was the best part! I love the fact that I have friends, relatives and neighbors who come to visit me every three to six months. It’s very rewarding to care for someone’s health for their lifetime.”

When Dr. Hummer isn’t caring for patients’ teeth, he can often be found at his second job as a ski patrolman. “I’ve been skiing my entire life, and I was actually a professional ski instructor at the age of 14,” he recounts. “Nowadays, I work for the ski patrol during the winters. We do everything from rescuing trapped and injured skiers to handling avalanche control. Suffice it to say, between dentistry and ski patrol, my winters are pretty busy!” When Dr. Hummer does get some free time, he enjoys traveling the globe with his wife, Bettina, and catching up with his two grown children, Tori and Bryce.

In his life and career, Dr. Hummer espouses the rewards that come with caring for others. “For me, being a dentist, as well as a ski patrolman, is all about taking care of people,” he explains. “When you take care of someone and solve a problem for them, you get paid more in gratitude than you do in money. Whether I’m fixing a patient’s teeth or coming to the rescue of a stranded skier, the gratitude I receive is definitely the most rewarding part.”

When asked what his future retirement might look like, Dr. Hummer says he’ll continue to be involved with dentistry, even if only in a volunteer capacity. “Right now, my plan is to work as hard as I can from age 55 to 60, work a little less hard from 60 to 65 and work hardly at all from 65 onward. I’ll still come in, talk to patients and do some procedures—at least, the ones that are easy on my back. Even if I don’t get paid, I’m sure I’ll still appreciate the personal rewards of helping others.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A: Port of Spain.

Q: What was your first job?
A: Polishing shoes in a barbershop at the age of 13.

Q: What’s the most death-defying feat you’ve ever attempted?
A: Doing avalanche control with the ski patrol. You’re detonating charges while wearing a concrete suit, and when that wall of snow hits you, it hits surprisingly hard.

Q: If you could time-travel, would you go to the past or the future?
A: The future. I really believe life is better now than it was 200 years ago, and I think that trend is going to continue as time goes on.

Q: What’s your favorite thing to do on a rainy day?
A: Go skiing.

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Expert articles
  • Heeding the Warning Signs of Oral Cancer

    SAN LEANDRO — Treating cancer is one of the great challenges of modern health care, and dentistry is no exception. According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, nearly 50,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with oral cancer each year, and only slightly more than half typically survive. In fact, oral cancer has a higher mortality rate than many more well-known forms of cancer.

    The Oral Cancer Foundation asserts the main reason for oral cancer’s unusually high mortality rate is that it’s typically discovered in later stages when treatment is less effective. As with any form of cancer, early detection is the most important factor in successfully treating oral cancer. For this reason, it’s crucial to be aware of the potential warning signs. These include:

    • Unusual lumps or bumps

    • Changes in texture, contour or color in the mouth

    • Sores that grow rapidly or bleed spontaneously

    • Any sore or lump that hasn’t subsided after 12 days

    If you notice one or more of these developments, schedule an appointment with your dentist or physician to have it checked out.

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  • A Conservative Approach to Dentistry

    SAN LEANDRO — Thanks to modern innovation, a lot can be accomplished with dental technology nowadays. No matter what condition your teeth are in, there are solutions available to repair or replace them and restore your chewing ability, speech, and self-confidence. However, even though this technology is readily available, that doesn’t mean you should immediately use it. The reality is, in an age where dental technology has made almost anything possible, it’s best to take a conservative approach to treatment.

    Cutting-edge innovations like dental implants make it possible to replace one or more teeth while preserving their natural appearance and functionality. However, at the end of the day, you’re better off keeping your natural teeth than replacing them with prosthetics. That’s why minimally invasive oral health solutions should be favored whenever possible. The more of your original teeth you can preserve, the better, which is why getting a small filling is better than getting an implant.

    Of course, treatment options often depend on the extent of the damage. That’s why it’s best to preventatively monitor your oral health with regular visits to your dentist. By catching problems early, you’ll have more treatment options (including less invasive procedures) and increase your chances of keeping your natural teeth.

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  • Getting a Second Opinion on Your Dentist’s Diagnosis

    SAN LEANDRO — Are you thinking about getting a second opinion on a diagnosis provided by your regular dentist? If so, there’s something you should keep in mind. Your regular dentist is familiar with your health history, and that familiarity undoubtedly comes to bear on their diagnosis. If you go to another dentist who has never seen you before, you may get a very different diagnosis simply because they aren’t familiar with your health history.

    In fact, there have been multiple experiments performed in which a person would visit several different dentists to be diagnosed. In each instance, the diagnoses provided by the dentists varied widely, with recommendations ranging from no treatment to intensive procedures. What accounted for these differences is hard to say. These experiments illuminate the benefit of having a dentist who’s familiar with your health history. In general, this will increase the accuracy of diagnosis. So, while there’s nothing wrong with getting a second opinion, you should take it with a grain of salt.

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  • What Are Dental Implants?

    SAN LEANDRO — Dental implants are a type of prosthetic designed to replace missing teeth or support a partial or denture. Unlike other dental prosthetics like bridges, implants are free-standing, which gives them the look and function of genuine teeth. This is achieved by surgically installing a titanium post in the patient’s jawbone, upon which the dental practitioner can install an artificial crown. Once installed, implants require very little maintenance beyond your normal dental hygiene routine.

    Because of their versatility, dental implants can be used to solve a variety of dental issues. They also circumvent many of the inconveniences posed by other types of dental prosthetics. However, patients should be aware that the cost of dental implants can vary significantly depending on the extent of the treatment. If you’re interested in taking advantage of this beneficial technology, talk to your dentist about your options.

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  • Video: Dental Implants

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SAN LEANDRO — Host, Sarah Rutan: Whether you need to replace a missing tooth or support a denture, dental implants can provide a practical solution. Today we’re in San Leandro with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Dr. William Hummer to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Dr. William Hummer: One of the latest innovations in dentistry that people often have questions about is an implant. An implant can be used to either replace a missing tooth, replace several missing teeth, or support a partial or denture. It was discovered as a treatment to fix broken bones and we found that it fused to the bone and became an excellent dental tooth replacement. It can be used in many ways to help and can vary greatly in cost as to how involved you get in implant dentistry.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: Flossing Hack

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    Presenting on behalf of Dr. William Hummer

    Dr. David Swoboda: So, today, we’re going to talk about a flossing tip that I give out to a lot of my patients. For those of you that have that one spot where something always seems to get stuck in between the teeth, or occasionally you get something wedged in there and you can’t seem to get it out with floss, or you go through with your dental floss and it just seems to move it from one side to the other, a simple way to have a chance to get that out of there without having to come in and have us remove it for you, is to take a piece of dental floss – and you want to tie a knot in it – so, you go round a couple of times. What this is going to do for us, it’s going to make a wider piece of floss. So, when you go through and in between the teeth, you can take that and go back and forth and this knot here will grab on to the piece of food or debris, whatever’s stuck here between the teeth, and remove it. I hope that helps you out today. Any time you have something get stuck in between your teeth, just remember this tip.

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  • Video: Conservative Dentistry

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SAN LEANDRO — Host, Sarah Rutan: Despite the possibilities afforded by modern dental technology, a conservative approach to treatment is usually best. Today we’re in San Leandro with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Dr. William Hummer to learn why.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Dr. William Hummer: Hi, this is your expert tip on conservative dentistry. It’s nice to have minimally invasive dentistry that does not remove too much tooth. It’s much nicer for a patient to have a small filling than a large filling. And to do that, you need to catch things early, understand why we would be fixing it, and perhaps even see a photograph of a before and after. I think it’s good to take care of dentistry before it gets too advanced and you need to remove too much tooth. More is not always better.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: Oral Cancer Prevention

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SAN LEANDRO — Host, Sarah Rutan: Oral cancer claims thousands of lives every year. Today we’re in San Leandro with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Dr. William Hummer of William R. Hummer, DDS to learn about a crucial preventative factor.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Dr. William Hummer: In today’s health care environment, it’s more important than ever to be, or have, a good advocate. Someone who watches out for you, and no one can do it as well as you can do it for yourself.

    Cancer is one of the great challenges of our health care. And early detection is the single most important factor in a successful outcome in the treatment of cancer. You are the single most important factor in finding that early detection.

    When you’re looking at oral cancer, you like to watch for a lump, a bump, a change in texture, contour, form, color. Something that just doesn’t look normal to you. Something that is not the way your mouth was. It’s changed, but it’s been there at least 12 days. Something that’s there for no reason. There isn’t a sharp corner or any trauma that caused it. Something that might bleed spontaneously, or grow rapidly. Something that’s not the same on the left or right side of your mouth. Something that is never shrinking in size. If you see something like that, ask your dentist or physician, “What is that?” and have them look into for you. I wish you the best.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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Diamond Certified RATINGS ON William R. Hummer, DDS
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CUSTOMER SATISFACTION i
Customer LOYALTY i
Helpful Expertise i

Each surveyed customer was asked, “If you needed any helpful expertise, did this company provide that expertise?” To calculate this score, total “Yes” responses were divided by total responses (excluding those that stated they hadn’t needed any expertise).

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 360 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i

Jennifer S.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

1 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is just really good. He is very thorough. He goes out of his way to check on patients. He calls his patients to check on them. He's amazing.

The office just really cares about their patients. They really try to give people the best possible options. They are also very cost-effective. They are very helpful for low-income families. They really care.

Aisha H.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

2 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

My husband has been a patient of theirs and now I go there too. They are very helpful, friendly and professional. It's been a positive experience for both of us.

I like that they greet you and get you in at the scheduled time for my appointment. I am not kept waiting. They are organized, efficient, and their appointments run on time.

Bill N.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

3 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I have been to Dr. Hummer over the last several years and the experience has been wonderful. They are very professional and helpful.

I liked that they are so caring and knowledgeable.

Kristy P.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

4 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Other than my childhood dentist, I am 40 and I have never been to another dentist unless it was a specialist Dr. Hummer referred me to.

You always feel you can talk to them. If for some reason something doesn't go right, they always go the extra mile to fix it. He doesn't charge you. He instead gives you a credit, and if you have a big procedure he will call after hours on his own time to make sure your okay.

Eduardo R.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

5 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is a good doctor.

His personality, he is outgoing.

Chris G.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

6 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is great, top notch. I have recommended him to many people.

The cleanliness, he is gentle, kind, friendly, attentive, and top notch. They are great, and all the hygienists are wonderful.

Bob L.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

7 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is very good with patients and a great dentist.

His demeanor and overall commitment to patients, he makes sure you understand what procedures are needed what to expect.

Clifford K.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

8 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I've known Bill for 25 years, and he has been my dentist for 5 years. I moved into the area where his office is, or I would have been a patient sooner.

His approach, demeanor and explanations of what to do, he makes you feel comfortable.

Ezio C.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

9 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I recommend him. I have already sent at least 5 friends and family to him, and they are all happy.

He's calm and never takes a shortcut.

Maria C.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

10 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell them to go to him. He is my dentist, and I am very happy with him.

He is really gentle and really good. He is very knowledgeable, he explains every step to me, what he is doing, why and what he thinks. He tells me what is best for me. Every patient is different.

Kristine C.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

11 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Dentists are scary, but he is the exception.

He treats his patients really well.

Lisa S.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

12 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I drive 4 hours to go see him, so I must really like him.

He is friendly and honest with you about what is going on. He tells you how it is.

Miguel A.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

13 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is a good dentist, and I highly recommend him. He is professional, and I am pleased with his work.

He is very professional and personable. He knows what he is doing.

Don A.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

14 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I found his office to be very organized, proactive, and I like the service I have received.

When I've gone during Covid, they are being very attentive to sanitation and very careful about not too many people being in there in at at time and limiting the contact so you feel safe.

Mary G.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

15 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I've told a lot of people how good he is. Two of my friends now go to him and love him to death.

He takes the time to check on you, and he's very good with his patients.

Charlie R.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

16 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

If you need an excellent dentist, that is where you go.

I think most of my dental work has been done by Dr. Hummer. It's a good operation, and the other dentists there have been great. The hygienists have also been great. I have been going to him for decades.

Jason G.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

17 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They do great work. I have been going to them since I was a kid.

Nothing in particular.

Gilbert J.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

18 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is very patient, explains things well, and he doesn't seem to be in a rush.

I like how he communicates with me and explains everything well. I've been going to him for 30 years.

Natalie C.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

19 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is very personable and follows through.

The staff is very nice.

Israel G.

VERIFIED William R. Hummer, DDS CUSTOMER

20 of 360

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He is very good, but I just changed insurance so I'm not sure if I can go to him anymore. It depends on coverage, but I sure hope so.

He is honest and professional. I trust him and his judgment. He also has a good staff.

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