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COVID 19 Update
ALL PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS CANCELED THROUGH May 27th
We hope you have been well and healthy during these trying times. It has been a while since we have seen you and we want to update you on the changes we have made to reopen our office safely. Here are some of the things you can expect at your next visit:
Upon arrival, please wait in your car. Text us upon your arrival in the parking lot. We will text you a Wellness Screening to fill out and submit, and then text you when its okay to enter.
Please wear masks!
Only one parent per child/children. No friends or siblings without appointments.
Fill out forms online before you arrive.
Upon entering office your temperature will be taken.
Please respect social distancing both inside and outside the office.
We are currently triaging all missed appointments. If your appointment has been canceled, we will be calling you to re-schedule. Please be patient as we do our best to navigate this fluid situation. We will continue to provide updates on our website as information changes.
Our office is still open to treat existing patients with true dental emergencies. If you have any general questions about your child's dental health, an upcoming appointment, or questions about your account, please e-mail us at or leave a message/text at 831-373-2055. We will be checking messages frequently.
We wish the best for all our patients and their families. Please follow all the recommendations of the CDC and local health authorities during these extraordinary times.
WE MISS YOU AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU SOON!
What is a Pediatric Dentist?
Pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry. A pediatric dentist has two to three years of specialty training following dental school and focuses his/her practice to treating children only.
One of the most important components of pediatric dentistry is child psychology. Pediatric dentists are trained to create a friendly, fun, social atmosphere for visiting children, and always avoid threatening words like “drill,” “needle,” “shot“ and “injection.” Dental phobias beginning in childhood often continue into adulthood, so it is of paramount importance that children have positive experiences and find their “dental home” as early as possible.