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Richmond Pediatric Dentistry Articles

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Richmond Pediatric Dentists Reviews

"My 5 year old was referred to this practice because he needed to be sedated. He was very scared with going to the regular dentist (too scared to even open his mouth). The staff at this pediatric practice is very friendly, but everything was rushed. We arrived at our appt on time, even then we felt rushed. We didnt get to spend too much time with the dentist in the first evaulation visit. My son needed crowns on his teeth (pulpotomy and regular fillings) but the dentist didnt elaborate much except that he definitely needed them. We tried doing the research at home on what these procedures were but felt very hesistent. We did go back for the next appointment to get the procedures done. The procedures were completed while we waited in the waiting room. The staff was very friendly and answered all our questions. I just wished the dentist had spent more time with us answering questions in both visits."
"The staff is friendly and punctual but my perception was they had very limited experience and skills to deal with young children. My son was terrified and still fears the dentist based on our two visits. They didn't set his expectations well (e.g., explain what was going to happen) and they certainly didn't explain the equipment or procedures. It was my perception that they wanted to get us in and out quickly. I thought the first visit was fast because we were an emergency visit but the dentist never even spoke to us. He came in to view an x-
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, said something to the technician, and left. The second visit was for a cleaning so I thought the dentist would actually spend some time with us. He came in, looked at my son's teeth for maybe one minute, and said something quickly to me. He then turned to leave and I asked him to elaborate on something. He deferred me to the technician cleaning my son's teeth (as my son was screaming and crying). I knew right then the office was rushing us and we would not be back.
"It went pretty well overall. This was her first visit. They didn't do a lot to explain to her what was going to happen, though they did show her the tools they were going to use. They touched the vibrating (or is it spinning?) cleaning brush to her hand and they showed her the mirror, after I prompted them to. The whole thing felt thorough, yet rushed. This may be a good thing, though, as she was starting to get a little freaked out just at the end. But they didn't really tell her they were done, either. I think it would have gone better if they had just told her what to expect before they started."

All Pediatric Dentists in Richmond, VA

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5700 Democrecy Dr
Plano, TX

Arthur Mourino DDS

1129 Gaskins Rd
Henrico, VA

Billingsley, Dr. Cheryl

10446 Ridgefield Pkwy
Henrico, VA

Blair, Jeffrey P

Henrico, VA

bob quilez dds

1907 huguenot road
Richmond, VA

Booth, Dr. Lynn P.

5954 Harbour Park Dr
Midlothian, VA

Byrd, Dr. Richard L

2929 Polo Pkwy
Midlothian, VA

Childrens Dentistry

4025 Mechanicsville Tpke
Richmond, VA

Christian Tabor DMD

12000 Wyndham Lake Dr
Glen Allen, VA

Cleveland, Dr. Russell A.

1670 Huguenot Rd
Midlothian, VA

Cole, Dr. Gregory

7033 Jahnke Rd
Richmond, VA

Costa Rica Medical Tourism Services

5025 Marina Cove Dr
Naples, FL

Crowder, Dr. Tori

14431 Sommerville Ct
Midlothian, VA

Da Cunha, Dr. Paul Y.

8503 Patterson Ave
Henrico, VA

Dawson, Dr. Martha

4025 Mechanicsville Tpke
Richmond, VA


31 E. MacArthur Crescent
Santa Ana, CA

Dr. Baxter Perkinson & Associates

12390 3 Chopt Rd
Henrico, VA

Dr. Charles Martin DDS

11201 Huguenot Rd
Richmond, VA

Dr.Kendig Childrens Dentistry

8010 Ridge Rd
Henrico, VA