Tooth decay is the most common childhood disease in the U.S. More than 40% of children have dental cavities by the time they reach kindergarten; yet with proper care, it’s almost entirely preventable.
In your pediatric or family practice, you likely see many patients who suffer from poor oral health, which can lead to persistent pain, infection, missed school hours, speech problems, and lowered self-esteem. Addressing dental decay is crucial for healthy development – physically, socially, and emotionally – for growing children. Our centers are staffed to provide high-quality treatment for these young patients, ensuring all of the benefits that accompany a healthy, glowing smile.
While patients cannot be directly referred to Children’s Dental Surgery, they can be directed to an affiliated dental practice that, after an initial consultation and development of a treatment plan, can then be cared for in our centers if deemed necessary.
Our dental providers from Children’s Dental Health and Upper Merion Dental are currently accepting new patients. Please contact these practices directly to refer your patients.