3x Mom Approved
How often do you get the chance to make a difference in someone’s life? For us, it happens every day…several times a day. Working with children and their parents has given us the opportunity of a lifetime, and we are eternally grateful for it. One might imagine, given the multitude of patients we see, that complacency or a sense of routine sets in. Nope.
Every encounter is a new conversation. Every encounter is a chance to understand better what is important in this healthcare relationship. We believe the Mouth is a Window to the Body. We believe every conversation is a window into what works best, for the individual and within their unique family dynamic.
Heraclitus once said that “no person ever enters the same river twice, for it is not the same river, and it is not the same person.” This holds true for our experience. Children grow into young adults, parents show up differently given the joys and challenges of parenthood. We meet our pediatric patients, parents and families right where they are… in front of us. And to meet this challenge we think we have the best doctors.
For example…Dr. Tran and Lam trained at Tufts. Tufts was recently ranked 3rd in the nation out of all 66 dental schools. This was based on evaluating 60 criteria from data sets released by the U.S. Department of Education in 2017 and 2018. Speaking of family, Dr. Lam and Tran also happen to be married to each other with two lovely children…hence they know just how challenging parenthood can be.
Drs. Lindley and Lee trained through Fellowships at Baylor, Childrens Health and Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, arguably one of the best pediatric dental residency programs in the nation. Both doctors maintain privileges at Children’s Health. Additionally, Dr. Lindley was awarded the Richard C. Pugh Award, given to doctors who score in the top 3% of the nation on their board certification exam. Way to go Dr. Lindley!
Dr. Lee lives in Dallas with his wife and two boys. In addition to being a great pediatric dentist, Dr. Lee served his country as a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army for 12 years. We appreciate your sacrifice and courage Dr. Lee.
Patients are referred from across the state and from fellow pediatric dentists to tackle some of the most challenging cases. Yet, the biggest impact often comes from the simple cleaning appointment where the child finally feels the trust, and then the feeling of relief from the parent that they have found the place.
All relationships are based on trust. Trust is found within the quality of the conversation. Drs. Lindley, Lee, Tran and Lam look forward to that conversation with you.