This pediatric dentist group is really a neat place to take your kid. The whole place is very kid friendly, with attractive murals painted onto the walls in the waiting rooms, and a staff who is committed to children. The only downside to this group is that parents are not allowed in the patient area to be with their kids. This is most likely because the patient area is rather large, with lots of children being seen at once. If they let one parent back, all the kids would probably clamor for theirs, too. As a parent of a special needs child with autism, however, I did not feel comfortable with this set-up. Other kids may be fine, but my child needed a parent with her in that dentist chair. This is why we stopped going to this group. We still highly recommend them to other parents who aren’t concerned about their no-parents-in-the-patient-area policy.