Thank you for trusting us to take care of your patients in Los Angeles County that are having difficulty getting to a dental office due to physical/mental disability. These conditions can make it increasingly difficult to be treated in a traditional dental setting. Our portable practice specialize in working with the following populations:
- Physically Disabled
- Intellectually Disabled
- Medically Fragile
- Special Needs
- Patient with High Behaviors
- Agoraphobia Patients
- And more…
Our services are used to break down the traveling and behavioral barriers that so many patients in Los Angeles County have in obtaining the same quality comprehensive dental care that dentists provide to their patients. Maybe you have a patient that has special needs and treating them in a traditional dental office is too sensory overloading and produces high anxiety. Or maybe you have an elderly disabled patient that has let you know he/she no longer is able to get out of the house or has been placed in a care facility. This is where we come in. BEFORE you refer the patient to be put to sleep under IV/GA sedation. Or worse, BEFORE telling them you don’t know what to do for them since they can’t be seen in a dental office, give them our information.
We find every day that when patients receive dental treatment in the comfort of their own environment, they are more cooperative, calm and relaxed. Loved ones are amazed by the touch our doctors have of being able to work with these populations and provide them with safe, high quality comprehensive dental care.
We will take great care of your patient’s dental needs and we will keep you informed throughout their treatment if you would like. And referring dentists, if they get to the point where they can be seen at your office again (health improves, behaviors improve, etc.), we will refer them back to you as their dental home.
So, before you refer that patient to be put to sleep, give them our information and let us work our magic.
Thank you again for your time and for considering our services to take care of the patients you need help with.