He is a dentist for the Navy, stationed here at the Naval Station. In his off hours and part time, he sees civilian clients. His office is located just a few doors down from the Hotel Carmelina and kitty korner from the Francis Arlene. On the right side of this hallway.
Once you step into the hallway, you can't miss it.
He has signs bilingual everywhere. These show his hours of operation. He takes walk-ins or you can call to get an appointment. His English is very limited but his wife, who makes the appointment and quizzes you about your problem, speaks English.
He has a myriad of little signs on his window. Each offering the various services that he can perform for you. If you have trouble communicating with him, I suppose you could go out and just point to the appropriate picture!
I have been to him twice and walked away very satisfied. Many of my friends here on the island use him also. In fact, he is so good that I have friends in Cancun who come over here just to treat with him! His prices are very reasonable too.
So the next time you have a toothache in paradise, don't fret it. Give him a call.