Atascocitas Modern dentistry in Valparaisos is one of several clinics in the state offering a range of health care services for kids.
Its patients range from infants to teenagers, with more than 50 staff.
Its dental teams are among the best in the country, said chief executive and founder Martin Dentistry.
“We treat children’s teeth and gums,” he said.
“And that’s the biggest thing we can do for them.
We do everything from treating dental issues to dental procedures.”‘
We treat kids’ and teeth in many waysThe staff at Atascoca Modern Dentistry in La Jolla are also the top in the city for the most hours spent on children’s dental care.
They’re in charge of the majority of dental procedures for the children in the school system, said Atascos dentist, Daniel Cavanagh.
“I’ve done everything from getting them a toothbrush to giving them fluoride.
And I have a great relationship with them,” he added.
Children in atascocas dentistry have also reported a higher rate of tooth decay, according to a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine in 2016.
Atascocasis has a dental team dedicated to dental care for kids, and it’s a community-run business, said Cavanag.
“They don’t have a monopoly on the service, so there’s competition,” he explained.
But for all its care for children, there’s another side to Atascoas dentists.
As with many dentists, the company is owned by one family.
And its owners are in charge.
According to the state of California, parents who have a controlling interest in a company can buy out the entire dental team at any time, making it a much more valuable asset.
“This is something that we’ve seen happening in many other states, especially in California,” said Dr David Ziegler, a pediatric dentist in San Diego.
The California Supreme Court has also said it will rule on whether a parent or a family member can buy the dentist.
Dr Zieglers son, Daniel Zieglin, is a dentist at Atscocitas.
“The only way to prevent it is to be in charge,” he told ABC News.
Dr Zieglings mother, Marisa Zieglis, who has the legal right to do so, told ABC that it’s not about the money at stake.
“She’s not getting to control what’s going on,” he insisted.
“It’s about making sure that kids are getting the best care possible.”