"What I enjoy about being a pediatric dentist is providing excellent early oral health care, making a difference in a child's life, and forming good habits that last throughout adulthood."
Blog Posts by Dr. Inga
- Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL, Pediatric Dentistry Certificate, 1997
- Northwestern University Dental School, D.D.S., 1995
- American Dental Association
- Wisconsin Dental Association
- Diplomat of American Board of Pediatric Dentistry
- Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
- Diplomate of Special Care Dentistry
- Diplomate of American Board of Pediatric Dentistry
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Patient comments are gathered from our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey and displayed unedited in their entirety. Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.
Dr. Inga was not personable at all. It seemed as if he wanted us in and out. he was very disengaged and seemed as though he had other things on his mind. He asked us the same questions more than once. He basically scolded my three year old for not brushing well enough. My child was scared of him.
Dr. Inga was very comforting and quick with my daughter.
love how he showed me what kind of work my daughter needs for her teeth
Very friendly and funny!
I am confident this dentist is employed because he does his job well, but he made no effort to connect with me or my child during her appointment. He didnt introduce himself. He didnt explain what he was going to do-the dental assistant/hygienist previously said hed be looking in my childs name & counting her teeth. He just wasnt very personable for a childs dentist.
same as before. very cold demeanor to my son. I asked a question and I dont think he knew which son I was talking about.
Minimal explanation before the appointment started that my child would be laying on top of me for his entire procedure and I was expected to restrain him.
Our daughter is very anxious about the dentist, but both he and the dental assistant were understanding. They offered alternative ideas for cleaning her teeth and things we could do at home.
the dentist at burleigh had the assistance talk to me regarding my son
my husband took my daughter to the dentist and the dentist stated that my daughter needs a tooth pulled and gave no explanation as to why that was necessary. All he said was that it was a baby tooth and should be pulled. No indication of what the problem or issue is that she still has a baby tooth