Young Dentistry, June 13, 2016

Young Dentistry was established in 2010 with a goal to create a premier dental healthcare facility in Georgetown. Our focus is on patient care. We treat our patients like close friends and family.

Our facility is barrier-free, wheelchair accessible, on the ground floor, with plenty of parking. From the bright and modern reception area room to the ‘state of the art’ treatment rooms, you’ll find an inviting environment and a warm professional atmosphere. Extending our hours into evenings is our way of helping patients whose busy schedules might not allow appointments during normal business hours.

Our regularly scheduled check ups and cleanings are key to your preventive dental health, however we are also well equipped to take care of more advanced therapies such as root canals, implants and oral surgery. If the need arises for specialist care, we have relationships with terrific doctors and offices in the area. We are happy to coordinate a referral and will work closely with our specialists to ensure you receive the best multi-disciplinary care possible.

Communication is a cornerstone of our patient care. You can be sure of an honest and upfront assessment of your oral health, where your options will be presented with thorough explanations regarding benefits, risks and costs. Questions are encouraged to help you to make the right decision for you. We have the knowledge and experience and we are more than happy to pass it along to you.

Patient comfort is a priority. Each treatment room is equipped with TV’s and monitors to entertain and educate during your visit. If there is any way we can make your visit more pleasant, please feel free to let us know.

We love kids. Our philosophy of prevention means we are creating a generation of cavity-free children. Should the need for fillings arise with our young patients, we have the know-how and techniques to ensure a good experience. Also, youngsters have their very own area complete with video games and other activities.

We have a green dental office. We use paperless charting, electronic claims submissions, and email correspondence to cut down on paper waste. A dry oil-free vacuum unit, amalgam separators, digital x-rays, and in-office recycling are more ways we try to minimize our environmental impact.

Your oral health is our focus and with our help you can feel and look your best.

We look forward to seeing you soon!