All Smiles Pediatric Dentistry

About All Smiles Pediatric Dentistry

The dentist’s office can be a scary place for a child. However, at All Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, children feel comfortable from the moment they walk in the door. While their parents enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi Internet, children enjoy playing the latest PS3 video games in the game room. During examinations and procedures, they can watch family-friendly videos on a ceiling television with their own set of headphones. At all times, Dr. Allen Job and his experienced staff are attentive in keeping them at ease and comfortable. “Our practice is based on education and prevention,” Dr. Job says. “We want to make it interactive for families to get the latest information to promote optimal oral health.” The friendly atmosphere is just one of many features that make All Smiles Pediatric Dentistry unique. Dr. Job, who is a board-certified pediatric dentist, stands out because he offers care for children with special needs, such as cerebral palsy and developmental delays. In addition, he is experienced in treating children who have experienced dental trauma. Dr. Job is also well trained in providing treatment under sedation, if needed. “We encourage you to bring your child for their first dental checkup starting at 12 months of age,” says Dr. Job, who is an assistant professor at the Loma Linda University Department of Pediatric Dentistry. “They’ll get excellent care, right from the start.” When he’s not working, Dr. Job spends significant time traveling to South America, Central America and Africa to treat children in need. You can also find Dr. Job speaking at area schools and colleges about oral health. Dr. Job finds his work extremely rewarding. “It brings me great joy to help children have a positive experience at the dentist and develop a lifelong positive attitude toward their oral health!”

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