Goldstein, David L DMD Pediatric Dentistry
7651 Ashley Park Ct, Orlando, FL 32835
Goldstein, David L DMD Pediatric Dentistry has not yet specified accepted insurance plans.
Additional Specialties: Pedodontist, Kids, Pediatric Dentistry, Dentistry For Children, Youth
7651 Ashley Park Ct
Orlando, FL 32835
Insurance: Delta Dental PPO, Delta Dental Premier
Specialties: Pedodontist, Kids, Pediatric Dentistry, Dentistry For Children, Youth
By Appointment Only: Yes
Appointment Needed: Yes
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Dr. Dave has seen my children for the last 11yrs since they were 2y and 6y. He has always been very soft spoken and conservative on treatment recommended. The office is definitely kid friendly, with a prize tower, toys, movies, gaming machines and decorative art. I never had anything like that as a kid. His staff is just phenomenal! They are wonderful with my big kids and now that I have another little one, they are just as patient and informative with him as the older ones. I really can't imagine going anywhere else!
Dr, David and his staff are terrific and their office feels more like a trip to Disney world than a visit to the dentist (check out the photos on the website!) The look and feel of their office would put the most fearful kids at ease, so I highly recommend checking them out. They seem to be the ONLY kids dentist with Saturday hours, which is really convenient, but I always try and book morning or early afternoon appointments (even if i have to pull them out of school), as they seem to go nice and quick.
My four kids have been seeing Dr. David Goldstein for the past 4 years and just love him and his caring staff. My little girl just had to get her first tooth pulled and she didn't even know that it was taken out!!! He was so gentle she didn't even know she got a shot!! WOW! My other kids have had work done as well and Dr. David is just great at what he does! When I tell my kids its time to see Dr. David they get really excited! I wish they had great Pediatric Dentists when I was growing up! It just makes me soooo happy that my kids love going to the dentist! They also love playing the video games and getting a prize out of the toy machine at the end of their visit!!! We LOVE Dr. David!!!!!!
Well I just read the review from the other parent. I want to say I have never received anything but a loving and caring attitude from the staff at Dr. Goldstein's office. I have three children who have all been with him since their first tooth. My son is 17 and still loves going there. He loved the fact that he could go in with the other kids and play while the hygienist or dentist handled everyone else. My other two children are 11 and 12 year old girls. The big room behind the locked door as referred to in the last review has all types of video games as well as other things to help the children relax. The door is also a glass door that you can see straight through. I have been back in that room on several occasions as well so I have been able to see the setup and know that those kids are well cared for. The atmosphere is so quiet for parents waiting because all the kids are in the back. I also know that when I tell my kids they have a dentist appointment they are excited to go rather than scared to death as I was when I was a child.
I too remember the first time my son went there and finding out that the dr did not allow parents in the back. I was a little nervous but after the more than 16 year relationship I can say this is a first class PEDIATRIC dentist office that caters to its patients.
I guess I thought once my children were ushered behind the two (locked from the inside) doors, they would be cared for in a kind, considerate manner. After leaving the area and going to a new dentist, my children related their stories to me about this office, and I am so disappointed. The children are all cared for in one large room, I thought that would be great, my kids would be together. Well, the dental hygenists just talk to each other, not to the children. When my children were spoken to, it was to say, "I guess you eat a lot of popcorn." What was that suppose to mean? Not one of my children ever had one cavity, not one. Then my youngest child told me that when she had some tears because she was afraid of getting x-rays, they took the x-ray, then told her, "Fine, you're done, stop crying." For a dentist's office that is specifically for children, they weren't compassionate or friendly. I would not reccomend them.