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Scott Freeman Pa - 1 Reviews - 6363 W Emerald St 101, Boise, ID - Dentists Reviews - Phone (208) 576-4556

Scott Freeman Pa

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6363 W Emerald St 101
Boise, ID 83704
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(208) 576-4556
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I was told by another pediatric dentist in Boise (Dr Rod Emory) that I had to take my 4 year old son to the hospital and put him under general anesthesia in order to get his 5 fil...

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Grateful Mother 10/10/2011

I was told by another pediatric dentist in Boise (Dr Rod Emory) that I had to take my 4 year old son to the hospital and put him under general anesthesia in order to get his 5 fillings done, at an additional cost of $3250, because my son wouldn't be able to handle getting the fillings the traditional way. I went to Dr Freeman, and he, over two appointments, very easily completed all 5 fillings on my son with no problems or trauma. Just by taking a little extra time to explain the process to him and providing distractions Dr Freeman was able to save the additional risk and expense, and give my son a positive experience with a dentist. more
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  • My pediatric dental practice is unique in it's approach to treating infants, children and teenagers. In addition, treatment recommendations are individualized for each child based on his or her personality and ability to cooperate at a given age. Starting dental exams at one year of age and each six months after that first visit allows a young child to become familiar with dentistry in a consistent and friendly environment. This allows a rational and objective evaluation of a child's ability to cooperate, should a treatment need arise. These early visits also allow the creation of a parentally involved preventive strategy that can allow a child to grow up free of dental diseases. Regular dental visits allow an ongoing evaluation of a child's growth and development. A child's oral and facial growth pattern is well established by three years of age. When a growth or bite problem exists, interceptive orthodontic procedures can be initiated shortly after the eruption of the first permanent teeth. This coincides with what is typically a period of maximum cooperation in children and can reduce the complexity of later comprehensive orthodontic procedures, as well as shortening treatment time during the more challenging teen years.

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  • Hours:

    Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa
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