Main Street Dental

( 8 Reviews)
Main Street Dental
808 Main St
Westbrook, ME 04092

Hours of Operation

  • Tuesday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Thursday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Friday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Chamber Rating

4.1 (8 reviews)
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About

Main Street Dental is located at 808 Main St in Westbrook, Maine 04092. Main Street Dental can be contacted via phone at (207) 856-6121 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   (207) 856-6121

Payment Methods

  • AMEX
  • MasterCard
  • Visa

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

What is the phone number for Main Street Dental?

The phone number for Main Street Dental is: (207) 856-6121.


Where is Main Street Dental located?

Main Street Dental is located at 808 Main St, Westbrook, ME 04092


What is the internet address for Main Street Dental?

The website (URL) for Main Street Dental is: http://FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/MAIN-STREET-DENTAL/202560256473288|PAULCLOUTIERDDS.COM


How big is Main Street Dental?

Main Street Dental employs approximately 1 people.


Is there a key contact at Main Street Dental?

You can contact Susan Prunty at (207) 856-6121.


What days are Main Street Dental open?

Main Street Dental is open:
Tuesday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Wednesday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM


How is Main Street Dental rated?

Main Street Dental has a 4.1 Star Rating from 8 reviewers.


Key Contacts

Susan Prunty
Manager

Hours of Operation

  • Tuesday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Thursday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Friday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Main Street Dental Reviews

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Taylor Mckinnon
Apr 9th, 2021

Rude receptionist, rough dentist. Expensive.


Allie Bernard
Jun 12th, 2020


Marc Joyal-Myers
Dec 18th, 2019

There I was, traumatized by the dentists from my childhood but a mouth in need of serious repair. My past experiences included a dentist who insisted on holding a syringe with a 10 foot long needle...at the front desk, and a dentist's office with a strange appetite for clown memorabilia. The younger me would have just bought more toothpaste and pretended the pain was all in my head... figuratively. One evening, as I sat curbside at my local grocer, guzzling a tepid bottle of mouthwash wrapped in a brown paper bag, I realized this was rock bottom. "I'm an adult now," I thought. It was time to grow up. But how?
I pick up the phone and make the appointment. I drive to Main Street Dental. I'm in the parking lot. I'm trembling. Anxiety has hijacked my body. My mind was racing "I've got to leave, I'll just go to home depot to buy some pliers and pull my teeth out...NO! Face your fears, man!" Inner dialogues are so complicated. That said, I knew what I had to do.
I walked into the building (I've blacked out from panic at this point, so I assume I walked myself in) At the front desk, they ask for my name. "Is this normal? Are you only asking me because I look like I might have a cavity?? How dare you!"
The young lady then explained that she wanted to check me in for my appointment. Ok, I'll bite. The waiting room was cozy. Not so cozy that I was obligated to make small chat with the other person waiting, but cozy enough where I could melt into the sofa or exit the building quickly if I started having a breakdown.
"Marc?" says a distant voice.
Is someone calling my name? Mom? God? Am I dead!?! I knew this was going to happen!
"Marc?"
There it is again! I scan the waiting room until I see an employee with a clipboard, a mask, and smiling eyes (That's how they get you. Classic dentist trickery) I walked about 20 feet, which felt like an eternity, and was asked to sit in some sort of torture mechanism, or as the woman called it, a "chair"
I remember accepting my fate and opening my mouth upon request, hoping my family found the goodbye letter I penned the night prior. Tunnel vision was in full effect. As the dentist poked and prodded at my gum line, I remember the smell of daisy's, just like my childhood home. I could almost see the garden. Now I'm walking towards it. I'm not at the dentist anymore. I'm heading towards the light. This is it. I hope I turned the stove off before I left.
"I'm just going to shine this on you for a second so I can get a better look" says the masked man. "Yup, there it is...now I see why you are in so much pain: your wisdom tooth is impacted. I'll need to refer you to a specialist who can take that out for you. That's going to make you feel a whole lot better. I'm also going to give you some mouthwash that has some medicine in it to tide you over."
Did they take anything? I feel around my torso and limbs for open wounds, but it appears my organs are still intact. "So you're saying you have to refer me to a black market surgeon with no dental license or something? Let me guess, it's going to cost more than my life!"
"Nah, we have a surgeon we work with who came highly recommended to us. Hes great. Our patients swear by him. Also your insurance covers all of this."
Stunned. What is happening? Where are the clowns? Where do they hide all the needles? Why dont I feel any pain?
As I rise from my tortu...chair, I'm handed a new toothbrush, some toothpaste, and my fancy mouthwash.
"Other than that, your teeth look great. You did wonderful today and it was a pleasure to meet you," says the dentist.
My body was numb. I said the only thing my brain could compute at the time. "Clowns."
The young lady with the smiling eyes was back, seeming to ignore my response, and showed me to the waiting room. The gal at the front desk gave me my referral information, and informed me she had already contacted the surgeon who would be expecting my call. I nodded and exited the building.
I've since gone back, once for a cleaning and another for maintenance. No one tried to kill me, no one slashed my tires. I'll give MSD 5 stars!


Dewey Ogg
Nov 30th, 2019

The assistants are great! They pay attention are gentle and very thorough, but the dentist not so much.


Brian B
Oct 9th, 2019


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