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Parent's Frequently Asked Questions
We found that children under the age of 5 are in a better frame of mind and have more positive experiences in the mornings. The best times for these younger patients is not after school when your child is tired of sitting and either needs rest or physical activity.
For this reason, we prefer to see children who require longer appointments in the morning, when they are rested and alert.
We like to reserve late afternoons to older children, who typically have more endurance throughout the day.
Thanks to advances in dental procedures, treatments can be considered pain free.
We have equipped our office with the best equipment and technology to remove pain from the treatments.
Anesthesia, sedatives, and painkillers can make procedures painless and we make sure all of our patients are sufficiently numb before moving forward with our treatments.
Furthermore, our doctors are experts at administering treatment and we’re happy to say many of our patients report absolutely no pain at all!
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Patient instructions for our treatments can be found here:
Our guide for first time visitors walks you through everything you need to know and prepare for your visit to our office.
First Time Visitor Information
While we would love to see you any day of the week, we only see patients by appointment in order to respect everyone’s time.
If you happen to walk into our office without an appointment, we can still happily provide you information about what to expect while helping you schedule an appointment for the near future.
If your child has a dental emergency or a severe toothache, every attempt will be made to see that child that day.
For more information about our scheduling policies, visit:
We will be happy to provide your child with a signed verification for the appointment, which meets California law for a legal school excuse.
Our dentists and staff have several years of experience with various types of children with special needs. Just let us know during or before your visit!
We’d love to provide them the loving care they deserve!
Please call us if you have any particular questions or concerns.