Yes, we see adults too! We love our adult patients as much as we love our kids. We've been in business for 45 years and as our patients grew up, they didn't want to leave! We have been seeing "grown ups" for years. Our patients then went on to have families of their own and started bringing their kids here. We’ve been around so long we’ve even seen their grandchildren! We are honored to serve our generations of families. A large part of our practice is treating adults.
It's officially summer! That means it's vacation time so our staff can spend time with their families. :-) Our office will be closed from June 30th until July 13th and we will reopen for business on Monday July 17th. We hope everyone is enjoying the summer with their families as well. :-) See you soon!
Seeing special needs patients is what put us on the map 45 years ago. It was a time when these patients had few options for treatment aside from general anesthesia, which is NOT our philosophy and NOT usually necessary as there are risks involved with sedation and anesthesia. We see patients with ADHD, ADD, Autism, Down's Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation, Dental Phobia, children needing extra attention, and a variety of different special needs, all without the ne
Did you know that the American Dental Association recommends that the first dental visit should occur within six months after the baby's first tooth appears, but no later than the child's first birthday? http://www.mouthhealthy.org/…/babies-and…/first-dental-visit
One of the most frequent questions I am asked by parents who have young children on their first visit to my office is "Isn't my child too young to floss?" Here's some helpful information on the topic of flossing for your children. Flossing should start at any age when your child has two or more teeth in side by side contact. Cavities can develop quickly between the teeth and brushing alone is not enough. Ideally flossing should be done after each meal. I realize that very few