"What I enjoy about being a pediatric dentist is creating and maintaining healthy smiles while providing positive dental experiences for children."
- Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, TX, Certificate of Specialty in Pediatric Dentistry & M.S. in Oral Biology
- University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, D.D.S.
- American Dental Association
- American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
- Wisconsin Dental Association
- Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry
As a service to our patients we will provide an estimate of costs prior to services rendered. All co-payments or other out-of-pocket expenses will be due at time of service. Dental Associates will submit all claims directly to the patient's insurance company. The insurance company will determine the benefit reimbursement. Any remaining balance is the patient's responsibility.
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.
Very friendly and personable.
We love our Dentist (Mrs. Nikki), wish my son could have her even as an adult!
Dr Smith and her assistants were friendly, caring and personable
Dr. Smith & her assistants always make Ruthy so comfortable and we never feel rushed or like we are in the way. So helpful & amazing. 6. If there was higher, we would choose it.
Dr Smith took time to show Noah how to brush better and watch a video about brushing.
dr Smith has been one of the greatest pediatric dentist I have ever taking my child to. She has great bedside manner. She has a way of making my daughter less anxious
Dr. Smith is a wonderful and kind dentist for children. It takes a special person to work with children and Dr. Smith is that patient and caring kind of person. Kuddos to you!
my son was giving meds to make him go to sleep before surgery and he was not liking it and an hour and half of seeing him go that later she showed up didnt care about it and than he left.
dr.Nikki is great!
I have saying since he started coming to the dentist about him grinding his teeth and was told not to worry about it and to just stop him well it is hard if I dont sleep next to him to necessarily always stop him. Now that he is older and his permanent teeth are in or coming in and she commented again it does concern me because there hasnt been suggestions on what we should do or try, which I feel as the dentist this should be offered, suggested and even earlier than now this year when oh I notice you are grinding your teeth.