Boston Children's Hospital is monitoring the developing situation with lead contamination in some Boston Public Schools. Please contact your primary care physician if you have any concerns about your child.
Boston Children’s Hospital está monitoreando la situación de la contaminación por plomo en algunas escuelas públicas de Boston. Por favor, póngase en contacto con su médico primario si usted tiene alguna preocupación acerca de su hijo.
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Please inform the schedulers if you have a referral from your doctor.
If you are being referred or have been seen by another dental provider, we may ask that a treatment referral be sent to us by the previous provider.
If your child has been seen at a different office, please bring the dental X-rays to your appointment.
It is important that your child attend every scheduled appointment. Failure to keep appointments will unnecessarily delay your child's treatment and may jeopardize his or her oral health.
If this is your child's first visit, a parent or guardian is required to attend the appointment to complete the necessary paperwork and to be involved in discussions regarding treatment planning and outcomes.
Each of our specialty clinics include related health links that might be useful when researching your child's condition. In addition, we recommend the following websites for more information:
For follow-up visits, we try to schedule children ages 5 and under in the morning. It is our experience that these children tend to be more cooperative earlier in the day.
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