BUSINESS

Business Hours
HOURS

Monday and Tuesday

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 

Wednesday and Thursday

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 

Friday

8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

 

Some Saturdays*

8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

*Call for Additional Saturday Hours

FAQs

In-Office Services
What if my child’s dental situation requires more intense treatment in a hospital setting?

To address these challenges and meet treatment needs effectively, pediatric dentists, like Dr. Taylor, have developed and employ a variety of management techniques, including accessing anesthesia services and/or the provision of dental care in a hospital setting with or without general anesthesia. Hospital dentistry is an integral part of what Dr. Taylor can offer to pediatric patients. Dr. Taylor is trained, experienced, and qualified to recognize the needs for such kind of care. Read More

What kind of dental challenges, left untreated, may permanently affect my child’s development?

Pediatric dentists often treat patients who present special challenges related to their age, medical status, developmental disabilities, intellectual limitations, or special needs. Read More

Will you use sedation on my child?

Our practice typically uses nitrous oxide (N20) for our in-office procedures. Read More

Why does my child need a dental sealant?

Dental sealants help prevent tooth decay and cavities. Read More

How can I prevent fluorosis?

Parents can take steps to decrease the risk of fluorosis. Read More

How do I get too much fluoride?

Young children (2-to-4-years-old) who are just learning to brush are often not able to rinse out their toothpaste thoroughly. Consequently, they ingest a good bit of toothpaste, and if the toothpaste contains fluoride, this can be harmful. This is a main contributor to developing fluorosis. Read More

Are x-rays harmful to my child?

X-rays are a crucial component of your child’s dental health management. They are a quick, simple, and effective way of detecting erupting teeth or bone diseases, and they provide an accurate picture when evaluating the results of an injury or planning orthodontic treatment. Read More

What is a pediatric dentist?

A pediatric dentist has attended dental school to practice general dentistry, and has spent additional years of specialized training in pediatrics. Pediatric dentists are the best choice to treat children because of their additional training, knowledge, and experience with children. Pediatric dentists are trained in the growth and development of children’s teeth from infancy through their teen years. Read More

What's your strategy with fluoride?

Many parents are concerned about the use of fluoride for their children’s teeth, because they have read contradictory reports on whether it is helpful or harmful. What parents need to know is that fluoride is an element that has been proven beneficial to teeth when used in the right amounts. Too much or too little can both be problematic. Read More