Hospital Dentistry in Malvern, PA

Hospital Dentistry in Malvern
Hospital Dentistry in Malvern

What is hospital dentistry?

Hospital dentistry offers cutting-edge treatments in a medical setting for children with special needs or complex medical conditions. A team of compassionate dental specialists works with your child to provide safe and comprehensive care, including restorative and surgical procedures. Hospital dentistry not only accommodates your child’s specific needs, but it also ensures that their oral health thrives for life.

The Benefits of Hospital Dentistry

Comprehensive Care

Your child’s dentist works with your child’s medical team to provide truly comprehensive care that can improve their oral health, quality of life, and overall well-being.

Comforting Care

Hospital dentistry provides a safe, soothing, and controlled environment for your child, no matter their oral health needs.

Expert Care

Your child’s dentist and their medical team specialize in providing personalized care to children with complex needs, such as physical, developmental, or intellectual disabilities.

Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

Rest assured that your child is receiving top-notch, specialized care with our Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist. To be recognized by The American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, doctors must undergo extensive training in the pediatric field in addition to their standard dental degrees.

Expert Referral Partners

When it comes to their oral health, your child deserves the best! That's why we partner with top-notch providers in the area to ensure your little one receives expert care.

Providing Care at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

We’re proud to work with the world-class medical professionals at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to provide kids with the quality dental care they deserve.

The Hospital Dentistry Treatment Process

Evaluation & Planning

Your child’s dentist will first review their medical and dental history, perform a comprehensive oral examination, and develop a customized treatment plan based on your child's unique needs. They will work closely with your child’s medical team to finalize treatment plan details.


Next, your child’s dentist will move forward with the treatment plan. This may include restorative procedures, such as fillings or crowns, surgical procedures, or other specialized treatments that address your child's needs.


The final step in the treatment process is the follow-up care phase. Your child’s dentist will continue to work closely with your child's primary care provider to ensure that their oral health needs are met, and any necessary follow-up care is provided. This may include routine check-ups, preventive care, or additional treatments.

Before & Afters

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Did you know?

Your child’s dentist works closely with medical professionals to provide coordinated and comprehensive care.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us to speak with our team.

When and why is treatment required in a hospital setting?

General anesthesia may be recommended for your child for several reasons. Most commonly, general anesthesia is recommended when a child is very young, very fearful, uncooperative, or has special circumstances that will not allow them to cooperate for needed treatment. Treatment under general anesthesia in a hospital setting may also be required for a child with special needs that require collaboration with other medical specialists and an overnight stay at the hospital. It is our goal to provide safe, excellent care, and to provide a non-traumatic experience for our patients.

How long does it take for my child to recover after a procedure?

The recovery time after your child’s procedure will depend on the specific treatment received and your child's unique needs. Your child’s dentist will provide you and the medical team with detailed postoperative instructions to ensure that your child recovers as quickly and comfortably as possible.

Is it safe for my child to receive dental treatment under sedation or general anesthesia?

Yes. Your child’s dentist is specially trained to provide safe and effective sedation options for children. They will carefully evaluate your child's medical history and other risk factors before determining the appropriate level of sedation for the procedure.

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