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A Special Needs Dentist

headshot of Front Row's pediatric dentist, Dr. Milo

We understand that when a child has special needs, the child also has specific physical or emotional requirements that have to be taken into consideration during the dental visit. When you visit the dentist, you want to find someone who is trained and specializes in caring for patients with special needs so your child can feel safe and as a parent you feel accommodated.

"I naturally gravitated to pediatric dentistry because I have always loved working with and coaching kids."

Dr. Milo working with a child in the community

Front Row Pediatric provides specialized dental care for patients with diverse disabilities. We know there can be challenges during dental visits which may be physical, emotional, developmental, or sensory. Dr. Milo has a profound interest in bringing the best possible quality and care for all his patients and continues to build his reputation saying that 'nothing is more fulfilling than providing care for those families and patients that need it the most'.

Working with special needs patients as a dentist has taught Dr. Milo that everyone can live fuller and healthier lives. Restoring a patients' confidence and providing them with a lifelong smile makes him proud daily. Dr. Milo can't wait to welcome you!

Special Needs Dentistry

All kids are special, but we recognize that some kids have distinctive needs. Front Row's private clinical space allows us to customize the experience for our special-needs kids. With input from parents, who know their children best, we can deliver a best-in-class experience for parents and their kids.

Front Row's office is equipped to accommodate special needs children, allowing us to administer specialized care, for any child's needs, in an environment that's comfortable and anxiety-free.

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We've Trained for You

A team you can trust

Our dentist for children with special needs have advanced training that allows us to interact positively with children with special needs. In addition, we use behavior management solutions and techniques to help you and your child feel safe and relaxed from the moment you walk into our cozy space to the moment you leave.

We're set up for you

A stress-free visit

The office is fully equipped to accommodate special needs children, allowing us to administer specialized care, for any child's needs, in an environment that's comfortable and anxiety-free. The special needs dentist work closely with our patients' parents to develop a personalized dental care plan that meets your child's unique needs, no matter what they are.

Super Offer

School-Age Children Exam And Cleaning

At Front Row, we want to make it easy, stress-free, and affordable for you to start your child with the right Pediatric Dentist. Cleaning and exam packages are now just $50! OR, you can claim our limited-time offer of 2 exams and 2 cleanings for $75-$299/yearly, depending on the child's age.

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Special Needs Dentistry FAQ

What dental services for special needs?

Dental screenings, oral hygiene instruction, fluoride treatments, sealants, crowns, sedation, root canals, extractions, cleanings, and more.

What is special needs dentistry?

Special needs dentistry provides dental care to patients with disabilities, including those with physical, intellectual, or sensory disabilities. These patients often require more attention and care than standard dental patients.

Are pediatric dentists trained in special needs dentistry?

Yes. Pediatric dentists are trained in special needs dentistry, which means they can provide dental care for children with physical, mental, or emotional disabilities.

What are some oral health tips for special needs children?

Some oral health tips for special needs children include brushing and flossing regularly, using fluoridated toothpaste, avoiding sugary drinks, drinking plenty of water, avoiding smoking and chewing tobacco, and getting regular dental checkups.

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