Anyone know if Smiles for Children in Catonsville takes the medical assistance program Maryland Healthy Smiles?
I have an appointment for my son with Greenspring Pediatric Dentistry, but some of the feedback I'm getting from parents who understand my son's personality and the type of parent I am leads me to think that I might do better at Smiles for Children.
I would prefer he not be under anasthesia to have dental work at the age of 7, but he is uncooperative...but GPD doesn't seem like they offer laughing gas instead of the whole OR business...I will find out more tomorrow, but want to have my options available to me before I book surgery after consultation with them...
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