Did you know that tooth decay is almost entirely preventable? Or that cavities can lead to other health related issues? Our “Did You Know” section has a lot of fun facts about dental health that can help your child achieve better oral health.
Tooth decay is the number one chronic, infectious disease affecting young people in the United States today. Sadly, there are areas of the country that access to dentistry is still limited. Without early, preventative care, these children are more likely to experience oral disease which can lead to pain and infection.
My goal is to provide high quality, efficient dental care for ALL children. My practices are made up of teams of professionals who share this quest. They realize that each patient has his or her own unique needs and work tirelessly to ensure that care is provided in a comfortable and friendly environment.
We are dedicated to fulfilling the dental needs of our communities and look forward to building relationships with families for many years to come.
We are privileged to participate with Federal and State programs such as Medicaid and strive to work together with parents and other healthcare professionals to always do what is in the best interest of “our” children.
~ Paul Elkin DDS
Dr. Elkin is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist. He earned his DDS degree from Columbia University in 1994, and immediately followed up with specialty training at Schneider Children’s Hospital where he served as a Resident and then Chief Resident from 1994-1996. Dr. Elkin has been practicing and teaching Pediatric Dentistry ever since.