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Duxbury Children's Dentistry - Pediatric Dental Specialists
 95 Tremont Street, Suite 18, Duxbury, MA 02332 Phone: 781.934.7111 - FAX: 781.934.7125 
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Duxbury Children's Dentistry serves children with all sorts of pediatric dentistry needs. Our patients are from towns all over the South Shore of Boston, including Abington, Cedarville, Duxbury, Hanson, Hingham, Hull, Kingston, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Sagamore Beach, Sandwich, and Scituate.

See what our patients have to say about us!


Z.R. did great during a filling with Dr. Joy.


Patient Tyler This is Tyler...one of our patients at Duxbury Children's Dentistry. He has successfully recovered from leukemia.



Patient Allie At 3 months old Allie was diagnosed with Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus. EEE is the most serious mosquito-borne virus. It affects the nervous system and often causes severe complications and even death. Allie was the only infant to ever survive this deadly disease. EEE has left her with damage to her brain resulting in motor disabilities, vision impairment and significant developmental delays. Allie continues to need vigorous therapies and treatments. Please open your hearts and help support this beautiful little girl and her loving family. All proceeds will help with financial costs toward Allie’s recovery. Donate to "The Allie Fund."


Patients Hannah and Samantha Hannah and Samantha were born at 28 weeks. Their early arrival was attributed to selective intrauterine growth restriction. Samantha's umbilical cord was only marginally attached and unable to provide her with the nourishment she needed for optimal growth. At 26 weeks, Samantha's umbilical flow reversed, which is often a very ominous sign.

Two weeks later Hannah arrived, first weighing 2 pounds, 15 ounces. Samantha weighed a mere 1 pound, 7 ounces. Hannah spent 2 months in the Tufts NICU where she and her sister were both put on ventilators, fought off infections, and underwent surgeries. Samantha's stay lasted nearly four-and-a-half months.

Today, they are thriving. Samantha still has a feeding tube but they both defied the odds and are doing great!



Ryan and Charlie were diagnosed with Duchenne MD.

Please visit the Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy web site to learn more about leading the fight to end Duchenne MD.


Caroline

Tim

Will
 
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