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ATKINS was recently spotlighted in this feature in the Washington Post. The article highlights how North Carolina was the first state in America to allow dogs with special training into dental exam rooms. That certification is what separates “service” dogs from “facility” dogs. Whereas service dogs are trained to help one person, a facility dog…

There’s a new team member at Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry. Sweet smiling ATKINS is a rehabilitative facility dog who will be joining us on select days each month. ATKINS is certified to mitigate dental anxiety by providing Animal Assisted Intervention for pediatric dental patients. ATKINS is available by request, for no additional fee, to assist your…

If you’ve ever visited our office, or any dental practice, you’ve most likely noticed some hardworking individuals in the exam rooms operating equipment, helping with procedures, sterilizing instruments, or assisting with office paperwork. These invaluable team members are known as dental assistants. This year, March 7 – 13th is Dental Assistants Recognition Week. During this…

As we’re approaching the end of the year (and the beginning of the holiday season), we want to reflect on what a wonderful year it’s been for Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry. We truly believe it takes a village to ensure that your little one receives the best possible care throughout their childhood, and we take pride…

Grand Opening planned for November 2016! Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry is excited to announce its fifth pediatric dentist office location to open at the Waverly Development in South Charlotte. This new children’s dentist office will be located in Waverly, a master planned development by Crosland Southeast and Childress Klein. The property is conveniently located at the…

SEATTLE — In the surgical wing of the Center for Pediatric Dentistry at Seattle Children’s Hospital, Devon Koester, 2 ½ years old, was resting last month in his mother’s arms as an anesthesiologist held a bubble-gum-scented mask over his face to put him under. The doctors then took X-rays, which showed that 11 of his…

Rhea Haugseth, DMD, of Marietta, GA, took over as president of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) in May of this year. Dr. Haugseth has been practicing almost 35 years and has been a pediatric dentist for 31 years. She attended dental school at the University of Louisville and received her pediatric dental certificate…

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