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Published on Mar 27, 2015
Arlene and Sofia Negron on Dr. G. taking care of their family Arlene and Sofia Negron (patients) greensteindental.com
Arlene Negron: We are actually transplants from New York so in coming to Miami to live, there were a lot of this we had to restart and the medical stuff was one of them and once we found the leaflet, we had already gone through two or three different offices that were not appealing at all. One of the main reasons is because I have a son who is Autistic and at the time, was very hypersensitive to pain and that was a factor in choosing a dentist that would be mindful of that and handle it appropriately. So the first time we came, we explained everything and Doc and Huberto, his assistant, were very careful with Greyson, they were very caring, they spoke to him like his opinion mattered. They made him feel like he was important and for that reason, after the first visit, we were like okay, this I think is going to work. Dr. Greenstein is very, very detailed, he is very explanatory. He doesn’t require for you do anything simply because he said you should. However, he makes it a point to let you know when it is medically in your best interest. He gives you facts, he gives you things to research so that you are aware of what he is doing and it’s not just about doing work for the pay at the end of the period, it’s for your benefit and that’s what has been the most important.
Sofia Negron: I have like a phobia for needles. When I was much younger they had to have three doctors hold me down just to put in a needle (ask her, it’s true). When Dr. Greenstein was helping, he had this way of saying okay I’m going to put in the needle and for some reason I didn’t freak out of anything. I just let him put a needle in my mouth which is probably the scariest place to put it so yeah, I actually trust him a lot and she gave me that look after saying “if you can put a needle in your mouth, you better not be fussing about anything else”.