"For me, helping to comfortably restore a patient's oral health and most confident smile -- to the very best of my ability and in the atmosphere of understanding, empathy and compassion -- is my greatest reward and privilege as a periodontist."
Blog posts by Dr. Brockman
- University of Washington School of Dentistry, Seattle, WA, M.S.D., Periodontics, 1997
- University of Washington School of Dentistry, Seattle, WA, Certificate in Periodontics, 1996
- Saint Francis Hospital & Medical Center, Hartford, CT, Certificate-General Practice Residency, 1993
- University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, 1992
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Patient comments are gathered from our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed unedited in their entirety. Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.
Dr. Brockman was very good, could not have been better. I was pleased and very happy with him. He knows his business and explains it well!
thought he was good at explaining everything and made me feel confident in him doing the implant.
I have deep pockets, and a my initial consultation he suggested I would most likely need to have a couple teeth removed. I asked him before he started the deep cleaning if we should remove those teeth if they before we even started this process. He convinced me to go ahead, so I did. When I went back this last time he once again said I would most likely need to have these two teeth removed but he wanted to try another more expensive procedure first. I did not schedule another appointment. I feel he is just trying to make money off of me when in reality I just need to have the bad teeth removed and get a partial. I will be changing my insurance in the spring, I am very unhappy with the results.
The dentist spoke to my daughter and as a young adult not a child. she left trusting him completely and feeling on cloud 9 because he spoke to her not mom. The doctor gets and A for this, teenagers want to be give responsibility and this was a perfect way of showing her shes responsible and that Mom and Dad can just listen in
Honestly, this was one of the nicest dental experiences Ive had in 58 years. Karen, the dental professional, Dr. Brockman, the dentist, & Lynn, the finance person all took more time than I would expect to connect with me, explain my procedure, and answer any questions I might have had. They were all extremely patient, kind, & respectful.
he convinced me to remove teeth that others have tried to tell me to do but he made me understand the importance so I have agreed to work with him and he eased my mind so Im not as scared about it now
Dr. Brockman was great! Really went above and beyond to explain my procedure and put me at ease. Was very easy to talk to and did a great job on my implant.
Dr Brockman is a very kind dentist with a wonderful bedside manner.
The dentist was probably overbooked because when he came in he looked in my mouth and the issues that I wanted addressed were overlooked. He did not explain that my stitches would come out on their own and my impression was that the reason for coming in. I felt like I had wasted my time coming there.