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Dr. Edwin C. Bryson III, D.D.S., P.A.

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|Endodontists|Charlotte, NC 28207

130 Providence Rd, Charlotte, NC 28207

(704) 377-1444

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Dr. Edwin Bryson III, DDS is an endodontics practitioner in Charlotte, NC. He practices endodontics.

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Halie Ruppe, CDA,RDH on Healthgrades

a year ago

03/06/2020, 01:44 AM
I recently came in to the Gastonia Endodontics office to see Dr. Bryson and his assistant Rhonda as a same day emergency through a referral from my dentist. I myself am a dental professional with over 20 years of experience and I was very pleased with the level of service and care I received. I would like to mention several things : The assistant was not fumbling around setting up instruments or materials, it was completely prepared in a neat order. She had appropriate barriers on the x-ray head, the air/water syringe, handpieces, ect. ( which are often overlooked). Dr. Bryson took the time to thoroughly evaluate the teeth in question. He was never hurried, or irritated, but took his time to identify the suspect tooth. During the procedure his hand control was at a very controlled and a consistent pace and the instrument transfer between him and his assistant was a beautiful example of 4-handed dentistry that few dentists and assistants rarely master. Most importantly, I am pain free!
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