Youth are physiologically more prone to injuries than adults, due to the fact that children have growth plates. What exactly are growth plates? Growth plates are the soft cartilage near the ends of long bones in the arms and legs. This area is responsible for bone growth in children and is particularly vulnerable to fractures and breaks. These growth plates are directly involved in the growth pattern of our children. As a result, it is important to understand that the act of growing makes some children more awkward, clumsy and accident prone. In addition, growth patterns in young athletes can also decrease flexibility and increases muscle tightness. All of these factors increase a child’s vulnerability to injury.
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Dr. Olson has done 12 upper crowns (2 bridges and 6 individuals) and just recently 9 lower individual crowns for me. He is a "master" craftsman. I was a little skeptical in the beginning, having never had a whole new mouth of teeth. But after my first upper bridge, #12, #13 & #14, I realized that Dr. Olson was a proficient, efficient and consoling dentist. I then could relax knowing that my mouth was in good hands. Lisa, dental assistant, did an excellent job in crafting my lower 9 temps. Kudos to her. In fact, the whole office staff have been extremely cordial and accommodative. I also enjoyed very much working with Terri, treatment coordinator. She kept me well informed of my dental reconstructive procedures, costs and schedules. She's a "keeper"!!
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All of the staff were very friendly and helpful. The hygienist, Marina, gives the most thorough cleaning I've ever had.
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