18 years ago this was a great place to bring your child. Its gone way down hill since then. I have a 20 year old, a 5 year old, and a 3 year old. My now 20 year received wonderful, attentive service from the hygienist and the dentist. The front desk staff was always friendly.
I've been taking my 5 year old there since he was 3, because they wouldn't see him until he was 3, and it just isn't the same. We feel like we're just another customer and they herd us in and out with little personal contact. The hygienists' are always in a rush and the dentists is only ever in the room for 1 or 2 minutes TOPS. There is always at least a 30 minute wait and sometimes even an hour even when we have an appointment.
I decided to switch my younger children to a local family owned pediatric dentist and the difference has been night and day. Not only are they friendly and personable, but the dentist stayed in the room with us from the very beginning of the appointment to the very end. The WHOLE time! I was amazed. This is someone who truly cares about his little patients. And he said we should have been receiving dental care from 6 months old. A lot can happen in 3 years and I whole heartily believe that Dentistry for Children's policy of not seeing kids until the age of 3 only benefits them because means children will most likely have cavities by that ago.