I went there today. It's in the NW. The dentist there has been practicing dentistry since like 1980, and was an anesthesiologist before that. She's really nice too. With lasar dentistry, they just zap the cavity right out with a lasar, NO PAIN, NO NEEDLES, no anesthetic. Okay, I've got your attention now. Some teeth though, will still need freezing, just so you know. The clinic treats 11 fibromites currently. The assistant who worked with me today had fibro and CFS too. It's a very small clinic, without harsh chemical smells. Sound bothers me, so they turned off all the music for me. They scheduled my next appoinmtment for when there won't be other patients, so then it will be totally quiet. I have a fairly minor cavity in a back tooth. That will need freezing. I told them that I shake off anesthetic more than most people, so they said, joking, that they would numb me from head to waist if I needed it. The other tooth has a chipped filling, and they don't expect to need to freeze that one at all, just use the lasar. I don't know if I'm allowed to give the dentist's name here. But if you live in Calgary and have a phone book, she's the only lasar dentist in the NW. The add says she speaks a number of languages, and has a purple stripey design. Sorry to be mysterious. If you're here on this site, live in Calgary, Canada, and need dental care, look her up. She even took my unexplainable tooth pain serriously and reffered me to a specialist to check out the muscles and nerves and stuff, and to make sure the root is okay - even though it looked perfectly fine on the x-ray. She keeps up to date on all the latest dental techniques. And she's very very very nice! For those not in here Calgary (hopefully you live somewhere warm and dry with palm trees - ha ha!), check your phone book for lasar dentistry places in your area. If there's a website listed in the ad, you can check out the bio of the dentist before you go. And, no worries, it's not more expensive than regular dental care. Go lasar! (((toothy kisses))) Shannon P.S. They let me choose a ring out of the prize bin. Now isn't that nice?