Daniyar has been our family doctor for over 10 years, and we are very blessed to be his patients. Before meeting Dr. Daniyar I was terrified of all dentists, but he put me at ease during my very first visit to his office. Every single time he makes you feel as if you are the only patient he has. His goal is to create trusting long-time relationships. Dr. Daniyar is carrying, positive, energized and with a great sense of humor. Also he is very knowledgeable and always answers all of my questions. In addition, before performing any procedures, he explains what he is going to do and what to expect. During all dental work, Dr. Daniyar constantly checks if I feel any pain and if he needs to adjust anything. Knowing this really helps me to relax. Over the years I’ve developed a great trust in Dr. Daniyar as he never tried to impose services or products that I really didn’t need. On the contrary, often he will talk me out of things and will explain why. He really listens and keeps my interests first. Dr. Daniyar has a beautiful family and his wife, Olga, runs the office. Just as her husband, she is very carrying, warm and dedicated to the patients. Their entire staff makes you feel welcomed. They go far and beyond than you would expect. As a recent example – I wanted for my toddler to start getting used to the dental office and the equipment. So I decided to schedule him for his very first tooth “cleaning” with their dental hygienist, Susan. Well, as I feared, my child didn’t want to do anything with the dentist office and refused to enter her room. To my surprise, Susan sat with him on the floor and just talked and played for the entire duration of the cleaning session. Afterwards, we repeated this numerous times and, finally, she won him over! My son loves Susan and has no problems following her procedures. During our lengthy process of getting accustomed, no one ever made us feel uncomfortable or that we were bothersome. They kept encouraging us and insisted on bringing my son as many times as it will take! I couldn’t be thankful enough.