On the surface; the practice of Dr. Dallman/Yea looks enticing to both kids and their parents. Beautiful waiting room! Free coffee! Comfy couches! Gas fireplace! Balloons! Prizes! But after bringing my kids to this practice for several years; we are moving on. There is a reason the waiting room looks so enticing - they WANT YOU TO STAY THERE; on the other side of the large sound proof door; and do not want you watching or interfering as they care for your child. If you are willing to go along with whatever these dentists recommend; you will get along fabulously. If you have questions, want to be involved in your childs dental experience, or have a child that does not fit into their normal 'protocol' for how they do things; watch out. Dr. Yea took great offense when I began to ask questions about the treatment plan for my child - she felt I was questioning her professional judgment. I wasn't completely against the treatment plan; I just had questions that I did not feel were anwered. And Dr. Dallman isn't particularly great with kids - seems like he really has to force himself to be friendly. At the end of a check-up exam; when I was ALLOWED in the back to see my child and speak to the dentist; Dr, Dallman and his assistant often would speak in hushed tones to each other - not wanting me to hear what they were saying, pointing at the chart and whispering to each other. When he does speak to parents; it is often in a condescending tone. If you are looking for a pediatric dentist that is professional, knowledgable, great with kids, involves parents in the care, sense of humor....then keep looking.