How many people love going to the dentist? I do! Why? My first dentist was my Grandpa who made every annual visit educational and enjoyable, even if I had to get a filling. The 12 years he was my dentist (that's how old I was when he died) helped me understand that going to the dentist was a good thing, an enjoyable (not scary) experience. Now, of course, it helps to have a really good dentist and staff; and, in this case, that dentist is Dr. Rosemarie Marquez, as well as her staff, including Hilary and Leo. In this time of Coronavirus, their advance communication of how they will be prepared -- staff and office and exam rooms -- to support their patients was clear and thorough with regular updates via e-mail and text. I was very pleased to see that all staff members wore a mask/face covering and gloves; that my temperature was taken when I arrived; and, that I was the only patient in the waiting room. Leo processed my new insurance with ease; and, as always, Hilary filmed and cleaned my teeth without any issues ... plus, we had a few good laughs. Dr. Marquez conducted a thorough exam and gave me some recommendations for my next visit. And, the best part? NO CAVITIES! I have referred friends and friends of friends to Dr. Marquez; and, will continue to do so, as my experience is always an 11 on a scale of 1 - 10.