Caring for special needs children is a gift. They teach us all so much about joy, strength, and love. But keeping up with their health, while also meeting their emotional requirements, can be a challenge. Especially when it comes to tooth care.
One of the main focuses of our practice is to help and inspire the parents who trust us with their children’s well-being. We take lots of time getting to know your child, working with his or her personality, and gently coaxing toward relaxation and cooperation. This is especially important for children who have Autism.
We even offer a variety of safe and gentle sedation options to help patients who simply cannot relax in our office, no matter how careful we are.
If your child has physical challenges, don’t worry; we’ve got it covered! Every area of our office is designed to be ADA (American Disabilities Act) accessible. That means our whole facility has been designed to allow you and your child access to our office with a wheelchair or without.