We are proud to provide regular dental hygiene and restorative care for medically compromised, autistic and children with developmental disabilities. Patients with disabilities and special needs often are in need of care above and beyond of that provided in a conventional dental office setting, which is why many dental professionals refer patients to us.
Dr. Scott and team have special training in working with and providing treatment to medically compromised children and special needs, always taking into account the comfort zone and scope of your child’s abilities.
At Gold River Pediatric Dentistry, we have worked with children with different kinds of developmental disabilities, including:
Dr. Scott is passionate about working with patients with special needs. Please contact us to schedule your special care dentistry appointment for your child.
After the initial visit and dental check-up, we will recommend regular six-month appointments for your child’s preventative oral care. We strive to be your child’s “dental home.” The place where he/she receives preventative, comprehensive and restorative dental care when necessary. Always, in a fear-free and pleasant environment. We hope to build a good relationship with your children. Help them develop proper oral care habits, not only through their childhood and adolescent years, but their lifetime.
Contact our friendly team today to book your child’s first dental appointment today.
It is best to have a dental home you can turn to, so that, in the event of a dental problem or emergency, your child is already familiar and comfortable with the dentist who will deliver the treatment.
Our goal is to be your child’s “dental home” – the place where your child will receive all of his or her dental care, including preventive, maintenance, or when need be, urgent treatment. Book your appointment today for your child’s first dental check-up at Gold River Pediatric Dentistry.
We are proud members of the Gold River community! We prioritize preventative care and work hard to establish lasting relationships with our young patients and their parents.