Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist - Levittown, PA
Why Choosing a Board-Certified
Dental Professional Matters
During your search for a children’s dentist, you may have come across the term “board-certified.” Many people aren’t particularly sure what it means or how it can influence their child’s care. Rest assured, it’s one of the best decisions you can make when choosing a dentist for your child’s long-term oral development. We’ll explain what it means below, so you can have peace of mind that your child is receiving care that is truly unmatched.
What Does Board-Certification Mean?
Board-certification is a voluntary process that dentists go through in order to prove to an accrediting body (in this case the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry or ABPD) their excellence and proficiency in a given field. To become board-certified, Dr. Amar had to complete a written qualifying examination and oral clinical examination on top of his formal dental education and training. In order to maintain their board status, pediatric dentists must be retested on a regular basis by the ABPD.
How Does Board-Certification Help Your Child?
When you choose a board-certified pediatric dentist for your child’s care, you’re not just paying for a title. In fact, you’re ensuring that your child’s dentist is staying up-to-date on the latest techniques, technology and information surrounding everything pediatric dentistry. Furthermore, board-certification shows they are always improving the skills they already have, not solely expanding their knowledge within the field. If you want the most educated diagnosis and informed treatment plan for your child’s oral health and dental concerns, a board-certified pediatric dentist is guaranteed to deliver.