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Wedgwood Family Dentistry

General Dentistry & Cosmetic Dentistry located in Seattle, WA

4.95/5 Star Rating
148 total reviews

Wedgwood Family Dentistry always appreciates feedback from our valued patients. To date, we’re thrilled to have collected 148 reviews with an average rating of 4.95 out of 5 stars. Please read what others are saying about Wedgwood Family Dentistry below, and as always, we would love to collect your feedback.

Karen Z.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 06/13/24
Amy was so kind and gentle for my cleaning and Dr.Reza takes time to explain treatment and answer all my questions! Love this office.
Brandon K.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 01/24/24
Dr. Reza is a calm dentist and very skilled. Ensured my fillings/crown placement was done properly and although much of the staff assistants are young, new assistants/hygenists, the clinic chooses good young employees. They are always friendly and cordial. The music is a bit bland but nonetheless calming. Expect cleanliness and overall good service - front desk ladies are also helpful and kind. I've seen lots of elderly patients coming here which should be an attest to good service since older people are used to better customer service than my generation.
Howard T.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 01/14/24
Skilled. Informative. Responsive.
Amal M.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 01/05/24
Exceptionally dedicated team to providing best care for their patients.
Charles B.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 12/14/23
Very pleasant experience
Weitao L.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 12/06/23
Accommodating, Fast and Professional.
Hugh M.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 12/06/23
I was seen promptly for a chipped tooth and treated well (planing) , other options were also explained very well. Dentist an aide were very courteous and friendly
Toshio T.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 09/26/23
making an appointment was easy and fast, and service was friendly and professional.
Shira S.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 08/29/23
the person who cleaned my teeth was so gentle!
Joel D.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 08/03/23
CHAPTER 1: A New Hope Part 1: (introduction to the office) Finding a good dentist is like finding a good friend. It takes time and effort. However, it is well worth it in the long run because you have a trusted person to whom you can go to for your needs. Such was the case here where I was recommended to see Dr. Reza and his staff since my previous dentist had moved out of town. Well, so far so good and though I am starting out on this new dental journey as a new patient, the long-term results are promising. This dental office has some of the nicest, and professional people that I have ever experienced with ANY medical provider, which is great. Additionally, you can tell that there is care and detail for each individual situation, which in my view is part of the culture of any office, and culture is set by its leader, Dr. Reza. All that said, the only reason I'm giving it four stars (instead of five FOR NOW), is that I am just starting out my dental care with them. Based on everything I have experienced so far, I know that five stars will be easily met when more 'involved' stuff will occur. Maybe there's a way to get feedback after every visit? In any case, I don't usually say this, but I'm actually looking forward to seeing my dentist regularly! Keep up the great work, Dr. Reza and staff! Part 2: (getting work done...) OK, now that I've seen Dr. Reza & staff for a few appointments, I am going to change my review to FIVE STARS! From the initial appointment, to text reminders, to overall disposition, care and concern for patients, this place is great...and they are willing to brave the inclement weather to be there for you (there was a snowstorm at the time of this review). If you are in need of a dentist, then stop looking and just call them to make an appointment. You won't be disappointed. CHAPTER 2: The Infection Strikes Out Part 1: (Let's restore the core) It's time for restorative work and so to make a long story short...Dr. Reza, Lee, Jill, and Jasmine were all great. Had the more intensive part of the treatment plan done and of course there is a healing period, but regardless, what I really like about this team is that they tell you step by step what is going to happen, like a 'play by play' announcer in sports-- I appreciate that! Many dentists just do their work and don't 'involve' the patient but this small technique of communicating during the procedure can make anyone feel at ease. Additionally, the reminders via text and email are really appreciated. So far so good!... Part 2: (One offs and spin offs) As the healing from the most intensive part of work begins (remember, it is a long process). Additional work on a few "one offs" begins in earnest. Addressing small tidbits here and there are like the "made for TV" spin-off series that happen due in part to the "main" storyline that happens in movies. The key of course, is continuing with the canon/greater narrative going on which are like 'set-ups' for the dramatic conclusion... CHAPTER 3: Return of the Crown Part 1a: (A dentist inspired diet) This 'healing period' can indeed be a waiting game, usually for several weeks, and along with it, a temporary change in diet, starting with soft foods first (think soup and oatmeal). Since a change in diet is for the time being, foods which usually don't make the daily cut have become more interesting and are now part of the repertoire-- all because of my dentist! More to come in a few weeks. Part 1b: (The post with the most) As I've gained insight into the lexicon of dentistry, a "healing abutment," is in essence, a placeholder or cover over an implant site that helps in gum healing. A quick check reveals they are indeed working, in a rapid fashion, much like how Wolverine regenerates quickly (oops, different cinematic universe). One evening though, one of those abutments had come undone, to which the need for immediate treatment emerged. Uneventful, the placing back of the abutment was as simple as putting a loose screw back into place and all was right with the world once again. Part 2a: (Is this real or is it fantasy?) The day of finality for the treatment plan has come and the months of preparation and healing have come to this moment...BUT WAIT...there's a power outage just as the 'show' is about to begin. Think of this like the date of the opening premiere of the movie being pushed back a few we wait... Part 2b: (This is it...make no mistake where you are...) Let's try it again. Take 2. Mulligan. Do over. Bonus round...Whatever the analogy is, the day has come when the treatment (at least for this saga) is completed. Back in the chair and the now familiar view of ceiling grates over the fluorescent lights and fit of the dark sports sunglasses that accompany the experience. It's time to celebrate. "Now that this treatment plan is done, what are you going to do now?" I am asked...My response..."I'm going to Disneyland!" (really, I am....but first a hygiene/cleaning). EPILOGUE (aka, "The post-credit scene") The story you have read is all true. Details (and there's much more) have been left out for brevity. The lesson from all this is to never neglect your dental health. For many, the delay in seeing a dentist is simply because there are so many (good) choices that it becomes too hard to choose. Remember Toys R Us? Rows and rows of choices of toys made it overwhelming. While dentists are much more important than toys (hey, is there a dentist action figure?), just pick one, because the best dentist is the one that you go to regularly. I've found that best dentist, and his name is Dr. Reza. In a way, choosing a dentist i
Bob H.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 07/20/23
This was my first visit with Dr Reza and staff. They were very professional and fast. Impressive!
Joshua T.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 05/26/23
Everyone was so professional and attentive right from the start. I had accidentally marked myself down as having past traumatic dental experiences, and everyone was so gentle and comforting until we figured out what was going on. will definitely be back
Marilyn M.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 04/18/23
I really enjoyed Lee telling me the whole procedure and what each step was going to be. He also shared his experience with new technology and it improves the process of making a crown and showed me the imaging after he was done. Dr. Atashzareh also informed me of everything he was doing and always checking to make sure I was alright. Have not had any problems afterwards. I appreciated their attention and concern.
Steve Y.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 04/10/23
Excellent team of professionals! Really appreciate Dr. Reza’s honesty and candor! I am very happy and optimistic for the outcome of our dental plan!
Lynn G.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 03/30/23
Very efficient. Sophia, the hygienist, was very thorough and frequently checked in with me. I thought Dr Rex’s did a great job of explaining things to me and coming up with a good plan of care for my teeth. Excellent first visit!
Faye R.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 03/29/23
Excellent professional and caring dentist
Emily G.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 02/17/23
Flexible scheduling. Friendly staff.
Cassidy S.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 02/10/23
Dr. Atashzareh is the friendliest dentist I have ever been to! He cares about your comfort as a patient as well as maintaining transparency of your treatment. The dental hygienists are all amazing too. Everyone works quickly and communicates what is being done and why. I’ve never had a problem with the dentist anyway, but Wedgwood Family Dentistry does a fantastic job of making the experience as comfortable as possible.
Mary Louise P.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 02/09/23
Well Done
Nancy K.
5/5 Star Rating
Submitted 02/07/23
My first visit with Jamie, the hygienist was exceptional. She is kind, gentle and and an excellent clinician. I was also very pleased with the exam given by Dr. Reza. The front desk was friendly and welcoming. Since I have been a dental hygienist for 45 years, I am a tough customer. I totally will recommend this dental office to friends and family.