Visit us for Tooth-N-Pooch Day on September 18th, 2019 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Dental fear and anxiety is a phobia that plaque patients of all ages, but it is especially common in younger patients. At Pediatric Dentistry in Winter Park, Dr. Allie Miller and our team aim to help fearful and anxious patients receive the dental care they need.
According to Frontiers in Psychology, interacting with animals can help improve cardiovascular health, lower blood pressure, and lower cortisol levels. Naturally, patients are more likely to feel at ease and less anxious when in the presence of a service animal.
At Pediatric Dentistry of Winter Park, our team is committed to offering our patients the best solutions for their needs. We strive to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for each of our patients. Part of that is listening to our patients and finding ways to incorporate their needs into our practice.
We are proud to announce that on September 18th, 2019, we will have therapy dogs in our Winter Park, FL dental office. Service dogs can help anxious patients and special needs patients feel at ease during their dental cleaning and exam.
Schedule A Dental Cleaning and Comprehensive Dental Exam
We recommend that patients should receive biannual dental exams and routine dental cleanings. This allows Dr. Miller to track your child’s dental development and check for signs of complex dental problems, such as tooth decay and gingivitis. Routine dental visits are key to improving your child’s dental health.
If you would like to schedule a dental exam, call (407) 434-0267 or request an appointment online.