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The Morrow, Lai & Kitterman Podcast – Episode 1
My name is Clay Clark. I’m joined here with the good doctor, Mark Morrow. Dr. Morrow, how are you doing, sir?
Pretty good today. How are you?
I’m doing well. I’m excited to talk to the Tulsa pediatric dentist of choice for so many. We have you inside the box that rocks. My understanding is you just returned from Vegas, is this correct?
Yes. You know, dentists have to do so many hours of continuing education every three years, and so I did my penalty laps in Las Vegas this year.
Nice. Well, Dr. Morrow educate me about the history of Morrow, Lai and Kitterman Pediatric Dentistry.
Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman is actually the oldest pediatric dental practice in Tulsa County. Dr. Edward Smith, one of the first three pediatric dentists in the state of Oklahoma, initially established his practice on the corner of 31st and Harvard back in around 1951. Dr. Smith retired in 1988 and I purchased the practice from him at that time and kept the practice open on the corner of 31st and Harvard.
Now, how old were you when you purchased this Tulsa pediatric dental practice from the good Dr. Smith?
I was fortunate to only be 30 at the time.
Really? So you were a young man who was the Tulsa Children’s dentist at the young age of 30?
Yes. I decided early on that I wanted to go to dental school. Throughout dental school, I kept falling back on trying to decide what I really wanted to do. I decided that being a pediatric dentist or children’s dentist was where I wanted to go.
Well, tell me more about the history of Morrow, Lai and Kitterman Pediatric Dentistry. Well, I continued working by myself at the office that I bought from Dr. Smith until 1991. There were two Ranch Acres buildings on the corner of 31st and Harvard, both on the west side of Harvard, one on the south and one on the north. I started off in the south one, which was the one-story ranch acres building. Well, it had a little bit of a problem with that stuff called asbestos and unfortunately, the other building did too. So they got the two-story building cleaned out of asbestos and they moved me over there. They tore the one-story ranch acres building down. I moved over across the street in 1991.
So 1991, you moved your Tulsa pediatric dentistry over to the new location.
Yeah. That still has continued to be a pediatric dentist or children’s dentist office on that corner since 1951. We are still continuing that trend until just recently.
Tell me more about this story, my incredible Tulsa dentist friend.
Well, I was chugging along for multiple years there. I had bought the practice in 1988 and was the pediatric dentist on that corner until about 2000. I guess you could call it my midlife crisis or burnout or whatever. I got kind of tired of working by myself and I decided that I needed to find someone to come in and work with me to help me or become a partner.
Now. Why not just go out there and buy a convertible or a Harley as opposed to getting a partner to help you run your Tulsa pediatric dentistry?
Well, my wife and I went to a practice management seminar in the late nineties that talked about practice transition, you know, taking a partner or an associate to work for you or whatever. In the first 10 minutes, the speaker said “you take an associate, which is an employee dentist, to make money, but you get a partner to make your life easier”. My wife was sitting in the room at the time, looked at me and we knew I needed to get a partner.
So it was clear to you. You had your epiphany, and you decided, you know, what, in order to grow Morrow Pediatric Dentistry, I’m going to have to get someone named Lai and I’m going to have to get a Kitterman to grow this thing. So, Dr. April Lai became your partner, is that correct?
Yeah, she joined my practice in 2002 and we were still in the original space that we had up in the two-story building, but it was kind of tiny, so we moved down the hall into a much larger space. We grew into that space, and then doctor Kerry Kitterman joined us in April of 2006, and that’s when we became known as Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman.
Officially, online we are Morrow, Lai and Kitterman Tulsa Children’s Dentistry Pediatric dentistry, or MLKdentistry.com.
Now, this practice has now been in existence for a remarkable 68 years. Is that correct? Yes.
Wow. And you look like you’re still 27. You must be drinking all that fish oil there. So tell me about this great sale of 2009 and how this helped your Tulsa pediatric dentistry to reach more Tulsa children’s dentistry patients.
Well, corner real estate in Tulsa, believe it or not, is a hot commodity. The owner of the building took advantage of that hot commodity and then tried to offer us the sale of a 17,000 square foot building, but we were only using 3,000 square feet. So, financially it just wasn’t going to pay off. We knew we had to move soon. Fortunately, our landlord gave us plenty of time to look for property and we are able to find our existing location at 2930 South Pittsburgh in Tulsa where we created our new Morrow, Lai and Kitterman Tulsa Pediatric Dentist Office.
Are you actually credited now as being the founder of Morrow, Lai and Kitterman Tulsa Pediatric Dentistry? Or do you consider Dr. April one of the founders of Morrow, Lai and Kitterman Pediatric Dentistry?
Both Dr. Lai and I are the founders of Morrow, Lai and Kitterman Pediatric Dentistry, Tulsa Children’s Dentistry.
Tell me about your background with going to school, where you earned your credentials and how you became the Tulsa Dentist that we know about today.
Well, you know, dental school is just four years, but if you want to be a specialist, you have to continue on after dental school and go through a residency of some sort. Pediatric dentistry is one of those residencies. I graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1983 from dental school, but at that time they did not, and they still do not, have a pediatric dental residency. So I had to look elsewhere. I chose to attend Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas. I started there in 1983 and I continued all the way through 1985.
Are you a big Baylor fan? Do you have a lot of Baylor accouterments and Baylor swag or are you all OSU all the time?
I’m all OSU all the time. The only time that I was ever on the Baylor campus, before attending football games here in the last 10 years or so, was to deliver my master’s thesis. I was on the Baylor campus for about 90 minutes.
Tell me more about this transition here as you got your second location, your new location. How long did it take you to build out that building?
We started actually looking to build probably in late 2008. Land space is a precious commodity in midtown and it was hard to find a property that we could build a large enough office that would suit three pediatric dentists in the middle of Tulsa. And it took us a while to find the property that we are on.
How did you find Dr. April Lai to be your Tulsa pediatric dentistry partner? I mean, how did you decide that she was the right fit to team up with you?
It’s kind of a weird, funny little story. I knew her husband, Dr. Joe Lai, a Tulsa orthodontist, ever since he came into town he joined the orthodontic practice that I went to as a child and they became Kirkpatrick and Lai Orthodontics. Well, Dr. Lai was raised in Oklahoma City, and she graduated from Putnam City high school and attended Oklahoma State and majored in microbiology, just like I did. She also attended the University of Oklahoma and graduated in 1999. She did three years of pediatric dental residency in Denver. And then towards the end of that time at her residency, we were at a, I guess that you could call it a poker game. And Doctor Joe Lai, an orthodontist in the Tulsa area, told me about his fiance. I knew he was dating somebody, but I didn’t know he was dating a girl that was in a pediatric dental residency. Once I realized that she may be interested in becoming another Tulsa Pediatric Dentist, I told Joe that I needed to talk with her fiance and the next time she was in town, she will need to come over and visit me. She popped in on a Friday and we talked for about 20 minutes and the rest is history. We became partners in July 2003.
You guys signed your partnership papers, thus creating Morrow, Lai and Kitterman pediatric dentistry, which all the kids out there in Tulsa should be visiting. Tulsa has a lot of great pediatric dentists, but I think what makes you one of the best pediatric dentists in Tulsa is you guys really have a great partnership, but if you go into the lobby of your place, for all of the total listeners out there, what kind of great things can they find? Why do the kids of Tulsa love your pediatric dentistry so much?
Well, we built a facility from the ground up, so we’re able to design anything that we thought would be beneficial into that facility. Being a pediatric dentist, you see children, infants, children, and adolescents. So we could see kids up to 18, 19, and even 20. Wow. So you kind of have to have decor that can fit everybody.
Tell me about your associate and teammate, Tulsa pediatric dentist, Dr. Kerry Kitterman.
Well, Doctor Kitterman joined us in 2006. She too went to the University of Oklahoma. After she attended the University of Oklahoma, she got to go and do her residency exactly where the Master’s golf tournament is really in Augusta, Georgia. She actually lived about a block and a half away from the Master’s golf course and she had to leave her rented house every week of Masters. They would rent her house out to some stranger to come to sleep in her bed and eat out her dishes. The landowner would get a lot of money for that. Well, when she got out of her residence, she came over to Oklahoma and started working as a staff pediatric dentist with the Creek Indian Nation in Okmulgee to fulfill an Indian Health Service requirement for a scholarship that she got with them. After staying with them to fulfill our commitment to work for them, she sought out what she felt was the best and strongest Tulsa pediatric dental practice in the area, and it naturally, it happened to be us. She decided to, after the trial interview, she filled in for us a couple of days and thought that the joining Morrow, Lai and soon to be Kitterman pediatric dental practice was in her best interest.
How long has she been a teammate there at Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman Tulsa pediatric dentistry?
Well, right now she’s finished 13 years, so she’s one heck of a Tulsa dentist. Yes. She’s, she’s been working for us and we’re really happy to have her with us. Of the pediatric dentists in Tulsa, one could say she’s in the top percentage there.
Can you give us a little more overview or information of your Tulsa pediatric dentistry and the look in a little more detail about your practice?
The easiest way to describe where our office is located within Tulsa is to say we are right north of Stanley’s funeral home, which is our biggest defining landmark.
You don’t get a lot of referrals from them.
A lot of people know we’re Stanley’s Funeral Home is. Okay. So we’re at 2930 South Pittsburg in Tulsa. That is 2930 South Pittsburg Avenue in Tulsa. Our phone number is (918) 742-9810. There are listeners out there that go, I kind of don’t know where Stanley’s is and I’m trying hard to picture this area. Could you tell us about other things that are within maybe a mile?
Well, our office is located on Pittsburg Avenue, which is approximately midway between Harvard and Yale on 31st street. And at New Haven Avenue, which is a stoplight, there is also the Tulsa education service center. And along that street is, it was Eisenhower school. So people who know where Eisenhower school was or where the Tulsa education service center is, can easily find Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman Tulsa pediatric dentists or Tulsa Children’s Dentists. We’re just right around the corner.
Now in comparison to other Tulsa pediatric dentists, how convenient is it to get to Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman Tulsa pediatric dentistry?
Well, we’re fortunate because right now we are the only pediatric dentists in what we conveniently call midtown Tulsa. We have easy access to both the Broken Arrow Expressway and I-44 or the Skelly bypass. If you can draw a line between Skelly and you know how the Broken Arrow comes in, we’re right dead in the middle of it. Give or take probably five minutes either way, and you’re at either expressway.
Now, you guys at Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman are a great Tulsa pediatric dentistry office. I mean you guys have around a thousand or approaching a thousand reviews on Google. I think as of today, you have well over 990 reviews on Google. You’ve been doing this for a long time, but you’re not the only pediatric dentist in Tulsa. So I’d really love if you could share with our listeners with me about Dr. Ryan Roberts and his wonderful Tulsa pediatric dentistry practice.
Well, Dr. Roberts has his own practice and it’s called On The Cusp Pediatric Dentistry, and right now it is the second most rated pediatric dentist office in Tulsa County. However, the office is in Bixby.
So if you want to go to Bixby, that’s where you’d want to go. If you’re looking for a Bixby pediatric dentist, that’s where you have to head. But if you’re looking for Tulsa pediatric dentist, you guys are Tulsa focused.
Yes, we are. Okay. He started that office in late 2010. Dr. Roberts grew up in Manford. He graduated from Bishop Kelly High School and attended and he also wrestled for Oklahoma State University (go Cowboys) so that tells us that he’s a good man right there. Yes, he is. His educational history is exactly like Dr. Lai’s and myself, going to Oklahoma State University and later to University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry and he and I both attended the same pediatric dental program, however, in different decades at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas. Have you ever wrestled Dr. Ryan Roberts? No. And I don’t think I would do it because I think he could probably put me in figure four or something.
He’s, he’s a tough guy. You never want to mess with a former college wrestler.
After graduation, he immediately started the remodeling of his office space for his practice in Bixby school district on South Memorial Drive.
Now, does he have any other pediatric dentists that are working with him?
Yeah, he has a couple working for him right now. The first one’s Dr. Ashley Orynich. She’s originally from Florida and went to dental school and pediatric dental residency up north somewhere. She then came to Tulsa after also attending Baylor College of Dentistry pediatric dental residency. We kind of tend to have that, that big tie in with Tulsa pediatric dentists, or Tulsa Children’s dentists. They liked to go to Baylor College of Dentistry. They like bears. She joined On the Cusp Pediatric Dentistry in 2014.
Tell me more about this, about this practice here. We’ve got Dr. Ryan Roberts, we’ve got Dr. Ashley, and then who’s the next doctor they have? Who’s the third pediatric dentist with him and Dr. Orynich?
Her name is Dr. Chelsea Taliaferro. She was raised in Ardmore and also attended Oklahoma State University for an undergraduate degree. She went to dental school somewhere up northeast and that’s where she varies a little bit. But again, she also went to Baylor College of Dentistry, pediatric dental residency in Dallas, Texas.
You know, tell me more about this practice.
Well, the office right now is the second most rated pediatric dental office or Children’s dentist office in Tulsa County according to Google. They’re conveniently located in a big shopping area in Bixby and they have three pediatric dentists working for them.
Now, I’ve all sorts of great things about doctors, Fox and Broermann. How do you, am I saying that right? Is it Berman? Bowerman, how do I say that?
I’ve heard some great things about doctors, Fox and Broermann. What can you tell me about their exceptional Tulsa pediatric dental practice?
Well, doctors, Fox and Broermann are a married couple. They are actually the third most rated pediatric dentists, pediatric dentists office or Tulsa Children’s dental office in Tulsa County. The practice originally started with Dr. Jerry Smith back in the late sixties or early seventies. It is located in the Kelly building, a medical building, on the fourth floor in South Tulsa. A little history on Dr. Smith, he was born and raised in Texas and he was actually in the third pediatric dental residency class of, you guessed it, Baylor College in Dallas.
Why does Baylor have such a lockdown?
Well, the thing with Baylor right now is that they have anywhere from 11 to 16 residents joining them each year in a residency class. They also help the US military train pediatric dentists to work within their system. They’re turning out quite a few pediatric dentists or Children’s dentist for the southwest and they have a very, very strong clinical program that is actually run by my pediatric dental classmate, Dr. Alton McWhorter.
Tell me more about Fox and Broermann.
So doctor Smith’s established his practice in the late sixties and early seventies and remained in practice here in Tulsa until he retired a few years ago. Since Dr. Smith and I attended the same residency program, we have great respect for each other and when we consider each other friends. Dr. Sarah Fox joined Dr. Smith after her residency in Ohio back in 2006 or 2007. She completed the purchase to the practice and is now working with her husband, Dr. Jeff Broermann. Doctor Broermann is a general dentist from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry that he completed a one-year fellowship in pediatric dentistry in Ohio.
Now tell me about their location, where can you find these guys?
Well, they’re conveniently located on the fourth floor of the Kelly medical building, at the Saint Francis Medical Center complex in South Tulsa. They are also a continuation practice like ours is – they haven’t been in existence for the 68 years that we have been in business but they have been in existence for almost 50 years, which is quite a feat. I know they are the one of the few in practicing husband-wife combinations in Tulsa and in Oklahoma.There are a few more husband and wife practicing couple here in town, but I know that they are few and far between.
Well, tell me about your thoughts about Dr. Keithline’s group practice and near the crosstown expressway.
Well, it’s Dr. Keithline is another pediatric dentist or another children’s dentist here in Tulsa. He has a practice that’s called the Tulsa Pediatric Dental Group or PDG. Right now it’s the fourth most rated pediatric dental office in Tulsa County. Dr. Charles Keithline started the practice back in the mid-seventies. His office is located at 602 South Utica in Tulsa. Knowing Dr. Keithline, well, he was raised in Tulsa. He attended Memorial High School and after attending dental school and his residency in Georgia, he came back to Tulsa to establish this practice. I believe he has another pediatric dentist or two working with him, but I have not had the opportunity to meet them.
Okay, and they’ve been in business for a long time, right?
Yeah, that’s a coming up on 40 years right now. Another thing is they’re conveniently located near the Crosstown expressway, which is near Admiral Boulevard. He built his new office a few years ago to be ecologically conscious and they are the very first LEED certified healthcare facility in Tulsa.
What does that mean?
It has to do with energy efficiency. You know, they put it in an all LED lights. They put extra insulation during their building practices, so that everything that they put in there, they’re building was put there to conserve energy in the future.
Well, tell me more about the Tulsa metropolitan pediatric dentistry landscape. I mean there are so many great pediatric dentists, so many children’s dentists out there. I’d love for you to share about another Tulsa pediatric dentist.
Well, since Broken Arrow is in our area. We have another pediatric dentist who has been working a long time and his name id Dr. James Owens. Everybody knows him as Jim Owens. He’s been practicing as a pediatric dentist in Broken Arrow since around 1980. He was born and attended college in Iowa and then graduated from the University of Iowa College of Dentistry and their pediatric dental residency in around 1979. Dr. Owen has six adult children and one of them, Sam, who is a general dentist, is practicing with him in Broken Arrow. At the time when I was doing my research for this podcast, I discovered that another pediatric dentist that I know, Dr. Gary Fisher, may now be practicing with him.
So, there’s always a changing landscape and the world of Tulsa pediatric dentistry. Let’s talk a little bit here about Dr. James Steyer with the All Smiles pediatric dentistry in South Tulsa. What do you know about him and his pediatric dental dentistry practice?
Well, Dr. Steyer is another Tulsa pediatric dentist or Tulsa Children’s dentist. His office is located at 10127 South Yale Avenue, which is right across the street from Jenks Southeast Elementary school in South Tulsa. Dr. Steiner did grow up in Tulsa area, and naturally, attended Oklahoma State University for his undergraduate studies and the University of Oklahoma for his dental degree. He did vary a little bit and he went up to somewhere in the northeast to do his pediatric dental residency and came back to start working in Tulsa around 1998 or 1999.
And they’re located in South Tulsa. They offer sedation and general anesthesia, and there they’re across the street from the Jenks Southeast Elementary School. Now I know that, uh, you all know each other and, and every, you pretty much know every pediatric dentist in the Tulsa area. Can you tell me about the other Tulsa pediatric dentists that we haven’t covered so far?
Well, we have a couple, Dr. Grant Garrity. He is one of the few, if not only pediatric dentists, in town that is the son of a dentist. His Dad is currently a dentist in Henrietta. Doctor Garrity is also located in the Warren Clinic area, but he, instead of being in the high rise, Kelly Belding, he’s over on the west side in the lower rise building. He is in the Warren Clinics on west side of Yale. I think he went to University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry and I don’t know much else about him or his practice. Over the years, through meetings and whatnot, we have not crossed paths very often.
Well, I can tell what I do know, I do know his name is Dr. Grant Garrity. That’s one thing. I know he’s a great dentist. He’s a great pediatric dentist. Now let’s talk about Dr. Gary Fisher again. Dr. Gary Fisher, yet another Tulsa pediatric dentist.
Dr. Fisher, I kind of know a little bit better. He was a couple of years ahead of me at the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry. But an interesting tidbit was, you know, he grew up in the Eufaula area. He went to Kansas State University and actually played baseball. So, I hand it to him for continuing his sport into college – I still I wish that I had a better offer to swim in college. Baseball is also a sport I wish I stayed longer with, other than sticking with swimming. After going to the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry for his dental degree, he did his pediatric dental residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center where he studied under a dear friend that has since passed away, Dr. John Simon. And as I said earlier, he may now be working with Doctor Jim Owens, the pediatric dentist who is currently in Broken Arrow.
Well, as we’re given the great people out there in Tulsa and overview of all of the Tulsa Children’s dentists, all the pediatric dentists you could possibly find in Tulsa. Let’s move on to our next pediatric dentists and who are we going to discuss next?
One other thing about Dr. Fisher. Back in the 80s, mid-eighties, Oral Roberts University had a dental school. Did you know that?
I did know that because I went to Oral Roberts University for a couple of years and my wife graduated from Oral Roberts University, so I was aware of the former glory of the Oral Roberts University. They had the city of faith tower where that was very well known. A lot of people from all over the world would travel for medical treatment there. I have an aunt who graduated from college and became a nurse and attended their medical school in some capacity. So I do know of them, the glory of the former Oral Roberts University dental school.
One of my friends, Dr. Preston Hicks, was both a pediatric dentist and orthodontist back in the mid-eighties. Dr. Hicks approached the American Academy of Pediatric dentists, which is the National Organization that we Tulsa area pediatric dentists or Tulsa Area Children’s dentists all belong to. He talked to them about setting up a special, I won’t call it a true orthodontic residency for pediatric dentists, but it was an enhanced, orthodontic program that included seeing actual live patients at the Oral Roberts Dental school on Saturdays and Sundays. This program was only in existence for a year or two, and Dr. Fisher is one of the very few guys that attended and graduated from this program.
Well, it’s probably why he’s such a good, Tulsa pediatric dentist.
He is a very good Tulsa pediatric dentist or Children’s dentist.
Well, let’s talk about some of these other great Tulsa pediatric dentists because we’re in Tulsa. There are so many people out there looking for a pediatric dentist, and who are we to not mention as many Tulsa children’s as possible on this great show.
Since this is a good overall directory of all the pediatric dentist in Tulsa, we cannot forget Dr. Johnny Starkey. His address is 4404 West Houston Street in Broken Arrow. Now, Dr. Starkey has been in town for over 10 years. After completing all of his dental studies at the Louisiana State University School of Dentistry, he also completed his pediatric dental studies at LSU. It’s kind of unusual for somebody to stay at the same school for all their post-college, dental, school, and residency. But I had to hand it to Dr. Starkey because he found a place he liked and kept on with his education there.
Well, he’s a prudent and measured guy cause he kept it consistent.
He must like Louisiana a lot. So his office is quite a distance for midtown, and since he didn’t attend college or dental school within the state, I haven’t even met Dr. Stark.
Come on. We have got to make that happen.
But I do hear that he does great work for his patients in the Broken Arrow, Union, and Bixby school districts because he is in South Tulsa.
Well, let’s talk about our final Tulsa pediatric dentist that we’re going to cover here on the Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman pediatric dentistry podcast. Tell us about the Jenks pediatric dentists.
Well, this is a brand, brand new practice, that just opened up this month. You know, we are currently speaking from this lovely broadcast booth in Jenks America. While I was driving around lovely Jenks America, I noticed this office location, that is basically in Reasor’s parking lot. So I did a little investigation and the practice is called called Jenks Pediatric Dental and the new pediatric dentist in town is named Dr. Tyler Owens, who is a board certified pediatric dentist. He moved from Utah. He is not a relation to Dr. Jim Owens. So I think there’s, there needs to be some delineation between those two practices. But this Dr. Owens went to Brigham Young University and received a biology degree from there.
Now, you have worked with some really good, clients and good patients over the years. What should all of the listeners out there look for when they’re looking for a pediatric dentist?
Well, everybody parent and patient has their own little thing that they want to experience from their Tulsa Pediatric dentist office but I feel that you want to feel comfortable at the Tulsa pediatric dental practice you choose. You’ve got to look at the differences between the offices and, and we feel at Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman Tulsa pediatric dentistry or Tulsa children’s dentistry that we offer quite a few different things. First, is our easy access to both the Broken Arrow Expressway in I-44 or the Skelly bypass.
Easy access is one unique differentiating factor for your pediatric dentistry and Tulsa. What else you got there?
We, the combined experience between Dr. April Lai, Dr. Kerry Kitterman and myself adds up to over 70 years of combined dental experiences.
You don’t call that age. He calls that combined dental experiences.
All three of us are board certified pediatric dentists. We feel that through our experience and through our education, we do offer the very, very best of pediatric dental services or Tulsa Children’s dental services to the children within the area of Tulsa County.
I can just say this objectively as we wrap up today’s podcast, you are the highest and most rated Tulsa pediatric dentistry. You can find them. If you Google right now, if you type in Tulsa pediatric dentistry or Tulsa children’s dentistry or anything you want to type in and you’ll see Morrow, Lai, and Kitterman up there with how many reviews as of today, my friend?
Right now we’re getting close to 1000.
Close to a thousand. Yes. All right. Well back to you sir.
Well, another thing that we feel that we excel in is we offer the best value of all Tulsa pediatric dentists with our new offer that is called “Free until three.” We do not like to treat decay, believe it or not. We would rather see a practice full of children without any dental decay. We determined over the last three or four years that the way to do that is to reach our patients as early as we can. We were trying to figure out something that would benefit our child patients, benefit our parents and, and then also grow our practice. We came up with an offer that’s called “Free until three.” It’s valued at $120 each and every time that this offers utilized. Anybody under the age, any patient under the age of three can come into our office for free. At that visit, you’ll get to talk to one of our three our dentists. Our dentist will examine the child, making sure that all oral features are in good condition and there’s no decay. They will talk about toothbrushing, talk about diet, and talk about habits that can cause problems. Then we will apply topical fluoride varnish. This offer is so unique to our practice, and we feel so strongly about this, that we actually trademarked “Free until three” usage in dentistry.
So, “Free until three” promotion, it’s more than just a promotion. You’ve trademarked this. This is a revolutionary differentiator. If you’re out there and you have a child under the age of three or up until the age of three, right? Then you can come in and you can get a free examination and a free consultation that is free until the age of three.
Now, if the child does have decay, the treatment is on our regular fee schedule, but as for our exams and our consultations, they’re all free.
You are a proactive Tulsa pediatric dentist and I appreciate you for allowing me to harass you today. If you’re out there and you are looking for a pediatric dentist that you can know, that you can trust, you can feel confident about checkout, Morrow, Lai and Kitterman Tulsa children’s dentistry. Again. You can call them today at (918) 742-9810 that’s (918) 742-9810 Dr. Morrow, hope you have a great day, my friend.
I appreciate it. Take care.