Patrick Carroll, D.D.S.

Patrick Carroll, D.D.S. - General dentist in Pocahontas, AR
301 Country Club Rd A, Pocahontas, AR 72455
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Opens Monday at 8:00am
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Monday8:00am - 4:45pm
Tuesday8:00am - 4:45pm
Wednesday8:00am - 4:45pm
Thursday8:00am - 4:45pm
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Patrick Carroll, D.D.S. - General dentist in Pocahontas, AR

We at Dr. Carrolls office are very proud to be part of a team whose primary mission is to deliver the finest and most comprehensive dental services available today. We all spend many hours each year in continuing education classes to assure that our skills remain up to date in all aspects of dental care.

Patrick Carroll, D.D.S. - General dentist in Pocahontas, AR

Dr. Carroll is a native of Pocahontas. After graduation from Pocahontas High School, he received his college education at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and he earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) degree from the University of Tennessee, graduating in 1978 (at age 23, he was the youngest dentist in Arkansas at the time). Dr. Carroll is a member of The American Dental Association, The Pierre Fauchard Academy, The Arkansas State Dental Association, The Northeast Arkansas District Dental Society, and the Crowleys Ridge Dental Study Club. He is a past president of the Northeast Arkansas District Dental Society component of the American Dental Association, and he is a past president of the Crowleys Ridge Dental Study Club.

Dr. Carroll loves to travel, and has seen most of the United States, plus visits to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Poland, The Czech Republic, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Greece, China, Israel, Egypt, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, and Ecuador.

Patrick Carroll, D.D.S. - General dentist in Pocahontas, AR

Keri received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology from Arkansas State University and her Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene degree from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock.

Patrick Carroll, D.D.S. - General dentist in Pocahontas, AR

Andrea is a native of Paragould but now calls Walcott home. She graduated from Green County Tech in 1998. In her spare time she loves spending time with her two teenagers and her husband on the open road, riding motorcycles.

Andrea earned her R.D.A. (Registered Dental Assistant) certification from Arkansas Dental Assistant Academy in 2009, so she had years of dental office experience before joining our team in December, 2019.

Patrick Carroll, D.D.S. - General dentist in Pocahontas, AR

Anita Dickson, our Practice Administrator, is no stranger to working in a medical office. She has 15 years of experience, having held front office positions in a therapy clinic and home health, as well as additional duties in administration and Human Resources.

Anita will work hard to see that your insurance benefits are maximized while keeping the flow of the office running smoothly. She is ready and willing to help our team make your visit to Dr. Carrolls office a pleasant one.

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Rating 2.8 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

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Candace Elliott
2 years ago
Do not go to this place unless you like being in pain. I went for an abscess but was not expecting him to extract it right then. He was rough numbing my mouth and halfway through the extraction had to numb me more. It hurt so bad I was shaking and almost threw up, he just about broke my jaw, and after 30 minutes he finally got it out. I knew I was going to be in seriouse pain once the numbing shot wore off but when I left he did not give me anything for the pain. I was told he doesn't do that. I left in tears. I will never go back to this man! That was the worse experience I've ever had. If your going to pull teeth and not give patients pain meds Mr. Carol, I suggest you learn how to pull teeth.


Candace Elliott
3 years ago
Do not go to this place unless you like being in pain. I went for an abscess but was not expecting him to extract it right then. He was rough numbing my mouth and halfway through the extraction had to numb me more. It hurt so bad I was shaking and almost threw up, he just about broke my jaw, and after 30 minutes he finally got it out. I knew I was going to be in seriouse pain once the numbing shot wore off but when I left he did not give me anything for the pain. I was told he doesn't do that. I left in tears. I will never go back to this man! That was the worse experience I've ever had. If your going to pull teeth and not give patients pain meds Mr. Carol, I suggest you learn how to pull teeth.


Shannon Powell
4 years ago
He almost killed my husband. My husband went to him with an abscess and was prescribed amoxicillin. He began to get better for a day or so, but then began to get super sick. I called and told them the antibiotics weren't working and asked if I could bring him back in. They refused and said that is the only antibiotic they can prescribe and that it just needed time. So I took him to Sandhill Dentistry down the road by the recommendation of our pharmacist. They gave him stronger antibiotics and explained that if we had waited much longer, he would have required hospitalization. I had been there several times for cleanings and fillings. The dentist never introduced himself to me once, did little to make me comfortable, and honestly I've never seen his face without a mask. I couldn't choose him from a lineup if I tried.


Shannon Powell
5 years ago
He almost killed my husband. My husband went to him with an abscess and was prescribed amoxicillin. He began to get better for a day or so, but then began to get super sick. I called and told them the antibiotics weren't working and asked if I could bring him back in. They refused and said that is the only antibiotic they can prescribe and that it just needed time. So I took him to Sandhill Dentistry down the road by the recommendation of our pharmacist. They gave him stronger antibiotics and explained that if we had waited much longer, he would have required hospitalization. I had been there several times for cleanings and fillings. The dentist never introduced himself to me once, did little to make me comfortable, and honestly I've never seen his face without a mask. I couldn't choose him from a lineup if I tried.


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