Today was totally painless and quick, and I’m leaving very happy.
Interviewer: So, Sharon, we were talking a little bit before that you are not a big fan of the dentist, correct?
Sharon: That’s correct.
Interviewer: How do you feel when you have to come in for work?
Sharon: You know, it’s always been a good experience. The hygienist is wonderful, I like her a lot, and Dr. Matiasevich always comes in here whistling, so I know he enjoys his job. And today was totally painless and quick, and I’m leaving very happy. Nice job.
Interviewer: Good! And you had had a broken tooth in the front, right?
Interviewer: We went ahead and put on a little porcelain veneer for you. How does it look?
Sharon: It looks perfect.
Interviewer: Okay, good, and you were comfortable even though you’re kind of nervous at the dentist’s usually?
Sharon: I am, I am. Everybody puts me pretty much at ease.
As a second-generation dentist,Dr. Matiasevich was raised in Santa Cruz. Dr. Matiasevich completed his undergraduate work in economics at the University of California Irvine and then attended the University of Southern California for his dental degree.