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Dr. George A. Hoop, general and cosmetic dentist in Fort Myers, FL recently received top satisfaction ratings for providing excellent dental care and comfort for local patients.

March 15, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Dr. George A. Hoop, general and cosmetic dentist in Fort Myers, FL recently received top satisfaction ratings for providing excellent dental care and comfort for local patients. Of all patient reviews posted on Dr. Hoop’s DemandForce.com profile, 100% stated that they would refer Dr. Hoop and his staff to friends and family for the quality of service they provide.

It is estimated that 1 in 7 Americans experience fear or anxiety about dental visits, usually due to a prior bad or painful experience in the dental chair. For many of these patients, they avoid receiving much-needed dental care altogether, resulting in more serious oral and general health problems over time. With a goal of providing top care and comfort, Dr. Hoop is helping patients keep their oral health in peak condition by providing an environment that allows them to develop a favorable attitude about dental visits.

“The top goal at our practice isn’t just to fix teeth and gums—it’s to create lasting, beneficial relationships with our patients so they can feel great about keeping their smiles in the best condition,” said Dr. George A. Hoop, DDS, PA. “We feel honored to receive such a high satisfaction rating from our patients, because it means that they recognize our efforts in ensuring that their visit to our office is second to none.”

Patient reviews of Dr. George A. Hoop show that the care and service he and his staff provide are far superior to others in the industry.

“As a health care provider myself, I can be a picky patient,” said Dr. Brad Middaugh, a patient of Dr. Hoop. “I had major dental work ahead of me and chose Dr. Hoop because of his skill and his personality. Everything was explained well and my options were clearly reviewed. And I am incredibly pleased with my results.”

Karen A., another patient of Dr. Hoop, said, “Dr. Hoop is a very professional and personable man, who clearly is well-educated in dentistry. Every aspect of his work is meticulous and well performed, and the results are fantastic! His staff is also wonderful, from the front office personnel to the hygienists. I don’t fear going to the dentist anymore!’

At his two offices in Naples and Ft. Myers, FL, Dr. Hoop and his team offer a variety of dental services including general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, and more. They offer treatments for periodontal disease and bad breath, as well as provide sedation dentistry and dental implants for patients with missing or failing teeth.

Dr. George Hoop has been practicing dentistry for nearly 30 years. He is a graduate of Emory University School of Dentistry and ranked 2nd in a class of 87 students. After graduation, Dr. Hoop received specialized training in periodontics, completing a research fellowship for his residency program. Beyond his formal education, Dr. Hoop has also been involved in additional continuing education in periodontics, completing a 20-month course at the Misch Implant Institute for dental implants. He has also completed courses at the L.D. Pankey Institute in specialties such as restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, treatment of TMJ disorders, and more.

For more information about Dr. George A. Hoop, DDS, PA or the services he offers at his Fort Myers, FL office, please visit http://wemakeyousmile.com and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fa205mvkI0.

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Name: Dr. George Hoop
Email: gahoop@comcast.net
Phone: (239)939-7299
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