A pediatric dentist is dedicated to preserving children’s oral health from infancy through their teen years. These dentists have the experience and qualifications required to care for a child’s teeth, mouth, and gums. Parents should take their children to a Pediatric Dentist at six months, the age at which they begin to get their first baby teeth.
Did you think that orthodontic treatments were only for tweens and teens? Think again. Today, an increasing number of adults are opting for orthodontics—a branch of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of abnormalities or irregularities in teeth and jaws.
"A kind, professional, courteous, and compassionate staff starting at the front desk and ending with the Doctor's themselves. They even go above and beyond what is expected of Doctor's today, by checking on you through phone or e-mail after an appointment if there is reason to be concerned. The waiting room is comfortable and everything is kept quiet. Everyone displayed professional behavior as well as friendly and understanding behavior. They all seem very well educated and knowledgeable, including front desk staff. Well done, Laurel Bush Family Dentistry! It is a pleasure to visit your dentist office. (which is not something I say often about dentists)" - (Google Review)
We recently moved to Bel Air and had to find a new dentist. Very friendly and we were very lucky to have found Dr. Mary Teddy Wray and her team. Highly recommend!!
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"I am very happy with the exceptional service that we have received from everyone we have encountered at this office. The staff is extremely helpful and courteous. Dr. Ty is awesome and has a great chairside manner and should consider comedy on the side! Thank you, Thank you!'
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