LAPEER, Mich., May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Lapeer city dental (www.lapeercitydental.com) announced today that they
Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160523/370808LOGO
Kevin Solt, DDS, on staff at Lapeer City Dental, works through St. Joseph Mercy Hospital to provide customized oral health care for patients who are unable to receive care in a regular dental office setting due to their special needs.
"Special needs patients usually require a more personalized approach to their oral care, and our goal is to provide that care in a setting that offers everything needed to provide treatment in a safe, comfortable, relaxing environment," said Dr. Solt. "We provide a simple consultation in our Lapeer City Dental office in order to assess the patient and what special needs we need to prepare for. If the patient is unable to come to our office, we also offer in-home assessment options. If the patient is able to receive treatment in our office, we usually schedule them the same day. If the patient requires anesthesia, we schedule their care at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, where I provide the dental treatment in conjunction with staff anesthesiologists and regular hospital staff. The patient sleeps peacefully during the procedure and in most cases, we can complete their care in one visit."
About Dr. Solt
Caring for patients with special needs is Dr. Solt's passion. After graduating from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry, Dr. Solt received advanced dental training at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital in Pontiac, MI., including exceptional training with special needs patients and kids. He also received advanced dental treatment techniques from specialists in oral surgery, periodontal surgery, implant treatment, root canals, wisdom teeth, crowns, bridges, and more. Dr. Solt is a published author in the esteemed Oakland Count Dental Society Journal*.
About Lapeer City Dental
In addition to special needs care, Lapeer City Dental provides the community with the finest in general, cosmetic, and family dental care. Better oral health means better overall health, and patients are treated with a whole-health focus in their care.
* Summer 2014 "Improving Dental Success in Surgery through Blood Glucose Monitoring"
Dr. Kevin Solt
To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/lapeer-city-dental-expands-specialized-dental-care-for-patients-with-special-needs-300273705.html
SOURCE Lapeer City Dental
Subscribe to our Free Newsletters!
Immunotherapy is a type of treatment method that works by using certain components of a person's ...
Elderberry and its other plant parts provide an array of health benefits. Know how this fruit helps ...
Increasing weight and obesity are some of the most common health problems today. A smart weight ...View All