Kid's Choice Dental
9317 113th St E Ste A, Puyallup, WA 98373
Sub-Specialty: Pediatric Dentist
9317 113th St E Suite A
Puyallup, WA 98373
9317 113th St E Ste A
Puyallup, WA 98373
Phone: (253) 604-0598
Phone: (253) 200-5381
Fax: (253) 604-0598
Insurance: Delta Dental PPO, Delta Dental Premier
By Appointment Only: Yes
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Always great customer service at the front desk. Everybody in the back always great and friendly. They seem to be really excited to assist us and answer all our questions and concerns on the job they do. I can tell that they are definitely professionals in this type of field.
June 7, 2017
I would like to thank doctor Polosky, who pulled my child's teeth on my visit on May 26th. She successfully has terrified my child to the point I am having a difficult time to take her back in for removal of two more baby teeth. My child was scheduled to have 4 canine teeth removed, one was very loose. Gas was used to sedate and injections used to deaden the teeth, however, they gave her only a few minutes to allow deadening to take effect.
My child kept telling them her mouth was not numb, she is 8 years old. I suggested they pull the loose tooth first to see how she handled it. My child said she felt the procedure and said it hurt. I was told they could arrange for her to go to Auburn to have her put to sleep to pull the other 3 since she was having a hard time with this procedure. I told the doctor that I did NOT want to make her afraid of dentist and I agreed to have the other 3 teeth pulled under sleeping sedation at the Auburn Office.
The dentist said she wanted to look at the bottom canine, I did not see what kind of tool she had in her hand until it was too late. She proceeded to pull that tooth with my child screaming it hurts, and without my verbal permission. Even though I did sign a release, I told them it depended on how my child did with the procedure if all 4 would be pulled that day.
I was very verbal about not pulling the other 3 teeth without being under sleeping sedation as they suggested. This dentist took it upon herself to go against my refusal and she pulled that tooth. Now my child is afraid to go back, which I had never had any issues prior to this visit and I have been bringing my child to your office since she was a baby. She has had lots of work done on her teeth in the past, with no problems. She had NO right to pull this tooth since I verbally told her and the other nurse present heard my refusal, without my permission. I DID NOT GIVE HER PERMISSION TO CONTINUE.