Anderson Pediatric Dentistry Expands Office Hours

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Anderson Pediatric Dentistry is offering new office hours to accommodate more early morning and late afternoon appointment requests.

Anderson Pediatric Dentistry, PA now has more office hours for appointments in the early morning and late afternoon.

The move opens up enough time to see an additional 50 patients per month during those hours.

The office is now open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. It is closed on Thursday, and Dr. Kathleen Monn is in the operating room most Fridays.

Anderson Pediatric has also expanded its dental team, welcoming Kendra, its newest member. Kendra graduated from Greenville Technical College in Greenville, S.C. with her Expanded Function Dental Assistant Certificate in August 2012. In South Carolina, , such dental assistants are permitted to take impressions for study models, place and remove socket dressing, and cement temporary crowns or bridges, among other things. Their work is still performed under the direct supervision of a licensed dentist. Some of their other duties include placement and shaping of amalgam, and other restorative products. To practice as an EFDA in South Carolina, one must graduate from a Commission of Dental Accreditation accredited program, or complete two years of continuous full-time employment as a chairside dental assistant.

For more information, call 864-760-1440 or visit

About the Company:

Anderson Pediatric Dentistry, PA provides dentistry for children. Dr. Kathleen Monn is an experienced dentist for kids with a Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. In addition to the four years of dental school training, Dr. Monn has two years of specialty training. During this training, she gained the knowledge necessary to treat the issues unique to infants, children and adolescents, including those with special healthcare needs. Dr. Monn has learned the different approaches in dealing with behavior, guiding dental growth and avoiding dental problems in children from infancy through the teenage years. For more information, visit Anderson Pediatric Dentistry's website at

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