You, as a parent or caregiver, play an important role in getting your child started with a good attitude toward dental care. You will want to keepconversations about your child’s upcoming visit “low key” and refrain from using any words that could cause unnecessary fear, such as “needle,” “drill,” or “hurt.” Be positive! This approach enables your child to view the upcoming dental visit as an enjoyable opportunity to learn and stay healthy. We are experienced in dealing with children with anxiety and can explain treatment procedures in a positive and pleasant manner to avoid any anxious or negative feelings toward dentistry. Treating your child is our passion. Restoring a happy, healthy child’s smile is very rewarding. Please help us gain cooperation from your child to have a wonderful dental experience.

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Patient Forms

Save yourself some time! Here are some links to download commonly-needed forms that require processing prior to your visit.