Schall and Aschenfarb Accounting Firm NY, NY
Twenty-nine years ago, at a social function, I met a young Dr.Geller. I told him how after several bad experiences with dentists when I was younger, I was left with a fear of dentists. As we spoke, his enthusiasm for dentistry and his sense of detail gained my confidence. By the end of the evening, I set up an appointment for a consultation. My initial opinion of Dr. Geller was proven correct. His dentistry work, from a cleaning to major corrective work, is always done with patience, professionalism, and even a sense of artistry. He always seems concerned if I experience even the slightest discomfort. I always feel I am in the hands of an extremely skilled professional. His attention to his patient’s needs and perfection is rare to find in today’s world.
Also, many years ago, my brother was visiting me on a Saturday from the city. He was experiencing an extremely bad toothache and he knew he couldn’t wait until Monday to see a dentist. Nearing dinnertime on a Saturday, I called Dr. Geller to see what he would recommend. Of course he said, “come on over, I’ll open the office.” He immediately relieved my brother’s pain. My brother then began weekly visits for a year to Dr. Geller to take care of his long neglected teeth. After my brother completed his visits, he had picture perfect teeth, compliments of Dr. Geller.
I could also tell you the story of how Dr. Geller worked to complete one of my brother’s treatments before picking up his wife Shelly to take her to the hospital to have their first child delivered. Or I could tell you how Dr. Geller opened his office on a Sunday night to treat my daughter in an emergency, but I think you get to understand the character of Dr. Geller already.
Dr. Geller is a caring man who chose dentistry to help people. He then developed the highest skills in his profession of dentistry. His practice is one that will only accept perfection.