Cherry Orchard’s Mission
At Cherry Orchard Pediatric Dentistry, our mission is to make you and your family smile. From the very first moment you walk through our doors, we hope your child will learn to love taking care of their oral health and feel safe and comfortable in our care.
Our team builds a relationship with your child at their individual pace, using songs, games, and kid-friendly terminology to create a fun and relaxing experience. We keep you informed about your child’s dental health, treatment recommendations, future appointments, and more, so you know what to expect. We truly take a team approach in everything we do and treat everyone like family.
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Cherry Orchard Pediatric Dentistry strives to be your child’s dental home away from home. Our focus is to build a lasting relationship with your child and to partner with you in maintaining your child’s healthy smile. This relationship begins early in life and continues until your child’s dental needs grow beyond our practice. We believe in the TEAM approach and encourage parental participation in the services we provide.
Our goal is to create a family friendly environment for children to grow physically, emotionally and psychologically during each visit. FUN is often not associated with dentistry; however, at Cherry Orchard Pediatric Dentistry patients should expect a FUN visit every time you walk in our door. We want our patients to be as excited to see us as we are to see them.
Dr. Lisa is proud to be a partner provider for the Give Kids A Smile® (GKAS) program.
Give Kids A Smile launched nationally in 2003 and provides underserved children with free oral health care. Each year approximately 6,500 dentists and 30,000 dental team members volunteer at local GKAS events to provide free oral health education, screenings, preventive and restorative treatment to over 300,000 children.
GKAS events kick off annually on the first Friday in February, which is Give Kids A Smile Day. GKAS events are held throughout the year. To-date, over 6 million underserved children have received free oral health services through the GKAS program.