We understand that parents of children with special needs often have a difficult time finding a dentist who is trained to cater to their child’s particular condition. That’s why we’ve decided to create a clinic dedicated to treating patients with special needs in a setting that is safe and accessible—and fun.
Our dentists have the specialized training needed to work with our patients and their families, whether it be autism, Down syndrome, or any other physical or mental challenges. We are committed to making sure your child feels comfortable and safe during every visit, which is why we’ve designed our office with bright colors and fun activities. We provide care that is comprehensive and accessible, including exams, fillings, cleanings, root canals, crowns and even braces.
And if your child doesn’t need dental care right now? We’d still love to meet you! Give us a call just to meet the team and see our office. We look forward to getting acquainted and working with you in the future.
When your child has special needs, finding a dentist that can meet your child’s unique requirements can be challenging. Our staff is specially-trained to provide specialized dental care for children with special needs. We are experts in pediatric dentistry and have the patience and compassion to match. If you have a child in need of special care, our offices will welcome them with open arms.
Our dentists are trained to work with children who have special needs. We have years of experience caring for kids just like yours, so you can rest assured that we have the knowledge and expertise to make your child’s visit as comfortable as possible.
For some people, the dentist is a scary place, but for parents of children with special needs, it can be even more terrifying. Some people don’t like the sounds at the dentist’s office—the whirring of the drill, the sharp click of the metal tools against ceramic. Others are sensitive to smells—the combination of cleaning chemicals and stale coffee can be overwhelming. And for many, simply traveling somewhere unfamiliar is enough to cause anxiety.
But for many children with special needs, these may all be reasons for discomfort and distress—and that’s on top of any other challenges that come from having special needs.
Dentistry is an important part of everyone’s life, but it can be even more important for those with special needs. At [clinic name], we believe that children with special needs deserve to have the same opportunities as any other child when it comes to developing a healthy smile and learning how to take care of their teeth. We have a team of professionals who specialize in providing dental care for children with special needs.