For over 30 Years, Robert Morgan – or Dr. Bob, as his patients call him, has treated his patients as if they were his own children. Families in his practice have his home telephone number, and they can call or page him anytime day or night. Dr. Morgan and his wife Brenda have four children and they understand how important it is to be able to reach children’s doctors.
Dr. Morgan, a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist (and balloon animal wizard), likes to see his patients by their first birthday. Starting young allows him to simplify or eliminate many problems associated with young children’s dental care. “It’s an education of the parent as well as the child,” he says. “We get them started on the road to a healthy, happy dental life… something that goes way beyond clean teeth.”
Dr. Robert Morgan, a native Dallasite, graduated from Jesuit College Preparatory School, received his Bachelors from Texas A&M University; his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Baylor College of Dentistry, and a Masters from Baylor University; Dr. Morgan completed a residency in Pediatric Dentistry at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas where he served as Chief Dental Resident, Dr. Morgan, who has two private practices in the Dallas area (one in Richardson and one in Irving), also holds a faculty position at Baylor College of Dentistry.
Anxiety-Free Dental Visits
Our specialists work to make the dental office a fun place. “We try to make our offices somewhere kids want to come,” says Dr. Morgan. “We have video games, toys & a full-time employee to read or color with the children.” In the chair, kids benefit from Dr. Morgan’s low-stress approach. Check-ups and routine procedures are handled in a low-key, non-traumatic way. If a major procedure is required, it is often scheduled at Children’s Medical Center and performed under anesthesia. “We can handle the dental treatment while the child is asleep,” Dr. Morgan says. “They wake up in their parent’s arms, feeling safe and secure.”
Life Long Care
Dr. Morgan believes in surrounding himself with exceptional people. When he refers patients to other dentists he is equally meticulous. “I expect the same quality of care from the orthodontists, oral surgeons, and dentists to whom I refer. My parents know that I will oversee their children’s care even when performed by others, it is the continuation of treating them as my own.”