Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental

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pediatric dentistry,general dentistry,cosmetic dentistry,oral exam and cleanings,full-mouth restoration,orthodontics,maxillofacial specialists,dental implants,reconstructive surgery
  • 5073 Main St Ste 240

    Spring Hill, TN 37174

    Map & Directions
  • 615-302-4200

About Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental

Hours
Monday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday: 07:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
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My three kids had been going to Snodgrass-King for several years without any noteable problems. My 9 year old child starting having problems when his permanent teeth started coming in. Initially he had 4 teeth removed to make room for his adult teeth. That procedure went ok although I had him scheduled for sedation and they did not sedate him. Instead they gave the nitrous without my knowing of the switch - apparently my choice of sedation was not written in the notes. Although that was disturbing for me, I let it go since my child was ok with it and had been sufficiently numbed and came through the procedure well. About a year later he needed to have two more teeth removed due to more crowding issues. Since he was fine with getting four teeth out before, we had no reservations about getting two more out and even decided the nitrous would be sufficient. We were SO wrong. Things went horribly and since parents are not allowed to be present I had no idea until afterwards. My son was not sufficiently numbed this time and could feel the whole procedure. When they brought him out he had tears running down his face and his eyes were bloodshot from crying. Later when he could talk he said he cried and yelled the whole time they were pulling, but they would not stop and made no effort to ensure he had been fully numbed. I promised my son he would never have to go back there.

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My three kids had been going to Snodgrass-King for several years without any noteable problems. My 9 year old child starting having problems when his permanent teeth started coming in. Initially he had 4 teeth removed to make room for his adult teeth. That procedure went ok although I had him scheduled for sedation and they did not sedate him. Instead they gave the nitrous without my knowing of the switch - apparently my choice of sedation was not written in the notes. Although that was disturbing for me, I let it go since my child was ok with it and had been sufficiently numbed and came through the procedure well. About a year later he needed to have two more teeth removed due to more crowding issues. Since he was fine with getting four teeth out before, we had no reservations about getting two more out and even decided the nitrous would be sufficient. We were SO wrong. Things went horribly and since parents are not allowed to be present I had no idea until afterwards. My son was not sufficiently numbed this time and could feel the whole procedure. When they brought him out he had tears running down his face and his eyes were bloodshot from crying. Later when he could talk he said he cried and yelled the whole time they were pulling, but they would not stop and made no effort to ensure he had been fully numbed. I promised my son he would never have to go back there.

Pros: Fun waiting area for kids if you get there early enough before appt.

Cons: Parents not able to be with child during procedures to ensure quality care.

More about Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental

We are a dental practice offering services for all members of the family. Whether it is pediatric, cosmetic or general dentistry to orthodontics, we can provide care for all ages under one roof!

 

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