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GreshamPediatric Dentistry

2150 NE Division St. Ste 201 Gresham, Oregon 97030 Phone (503) 666-9436 www.babymolar.com

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Because Their

Confident Smile Matters

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Gresham Pediatric Dentistry


Studies show that poor oral health care in children can lead to impaired school performance as well as poor social relationships. It’s never too early to keep an eye on your child’s oral development. Promoting health habits at an early age can prevent future dental complications.

Child-friendly Dental Care: All ceramic crowns for kids! Since there is a growing importance of appearance and self-image in young patients, we are pleased to offer an absolutely revolutionary service: all-ceramic crowns for kids! This is a truly esthetic and extremely durable option for your child. Since ceramic crowns have become “the standard” for adults, shouldn’t your child have the same seamless look advantage? Sedation Minimal sedation (using laughing gas) or moderate sedation (using various combinations of medication) are available to help anxious or young children who have difficulty coping with dental appointments.

What Is a Pediatric Dentist?

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ediatric Dentists specialize in treating children from infancy to adolescence. Pediatric dentists are to dentistry � what pediatricians are to internal medicine. Both have received specialized training in recognizing and treating the unique health needs of children.

During such training, they study child psychology, behavioral control, growth and development, as well as the latest techniques in introducing and providing dental services to children.

Typically, pediatric dentists receive two or three additional years of training beyond dental school and may choose to get board certification through the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, which involves a rigorous process of testing and peer evaluation.

Dr. J. Elizabeth Lee is a Harvard trained board-certified pediatric dentist who provides her patients with the highest level of care. Born in Kansas, raised in Philadelphia and Korea, she now finds herself happily transplanted in Oregon with her husband and children.

Facts About Our Doctor

Hospital dentistry For patients with medical conditions or extenuating circumstances we have the ability to treat children at the hospital under general anesthesia. Pedi-partials and more Our expertise extends to pedipartials for tooth replacement, habit breaking appliances and other hard-to-find solutions.

How A Pediatric Office Benefits Children: • Our dental staff works exclusively with children and are specially trained in diagnosing and treating the unique problems of infants, children, adolescents and special needs children. • Our focus is on prevention of dental problems to ensure a lifetime of healthy, beautiful smiles. • Our staff is able to teach healthy dental habits in an

age appropriate manner and are an excellent educational resource for parents. • As a pediatric dental facility, we can provide sedation options to help minimize your child’s anxieties. Our passion is to provide excellence at every level. We are here to discuss your concerns, anticipated results, and available options.


Studies show that poor oral health care in children can lead to impaired school performance as well as poor social relationships. It’s never too early to keep an eye on your child’s oral development. Promoting health habits at an early age can prevent future dental complications.

Child-friendly Dental Care: All ceramic crowns for kids! Since there is a growing importance of appearance and self-image in young patients, we are pleased to offer an absolutely revolutionary service: all-ceramic crowns for kids! This is a truly esthetic and extremely durable option for your child. Since ceramic crowns have become “the standard” for adults, shouldn’t your child have the same seamless look advantage? Sedation Minimal sedation (using laughing gas) or moderate sedation (using various combinations of medication) are available to help anxious or young children who have difficulty coping with dental appointments.

What Is a Pediatric Dentist?

P

ediatric Dentists specialize in treating children from infancy to adolescence. Pediatric dentists are to dentistry � what pediatricians are to internal medicine. Both have received specialized training in recognizing and treating the unique health needs of children.

During such training, they study child psychology, behavioral control, growth and development, as well as the latest techniques in introducing and providing dental services to children.

Typically, pediatric dentists receive two or three additional years of training beyond dental school and may choose to get board certification through the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, which involves a rigorous process of testing and peer evaluation.

Dr. J. Elizabeth Lee is a Harvard trained board-certified pediatric dentist who provides her patients with the highest level of care. Born in Kansas, raised in Philadelphia and Korea, she now finds herself happily transplanted in Oregon with her husband and children.

Facts About Our Doctor

Hospital dentistry For patients with medical conditions or extenuating circumstances we have the ability to treat children at the hospital under general anesthesia. Pedi-partials and more Our expertise extends to pedipartials for tooth replacement, habit breaking appliances and other hard-to-find solutions.

How A Pediatric Office Benefits Children: • Our dental staff works exclusively with children and are specially trained in diagnosing and treating the unique problems of infants, children, adolescents and special needs children. • Our focus is on prevention of dental problems to ensure a lifetime of healthy, beautiful smiles. • Our staff is able to teach healthy dental habits in an

age appropriate manner and are an excellent educational resource for parents. • As a pediatric dental facility, we can provide sedation options to help minimize your child’s anxieties. Our passion is to provide excellence at every level. We are here to discuss your concerns, anticipated results, and available options.


GreshamPediatric Dentistry

2150 NE Division St. Ste 201 Gresham, Oregon 97030 Phone (503) 666-9436 www.babymolar.com

MeetOurStaff Use your smart phone to scan the code and watch a Meet Our Staff video or type in url below: http://goo.gl/0u9Xs

Because Their

Confident Smile Matters

www.babymolar.com

Gresham Pediatric Dentistry

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