Hinsdale, IL, December 22, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- When young patients visit Brush Pediatric Dentistry during the month of December, they'll notice a new addition to the colorful patient rooms and dental equipment: Brush Pediatric Dentistry is now home to a mischievous elf named "Toothpick."
Based on a popular Christmas storybook, a cute plush elf at Brush Pediatric Dentistry is said to have spontaneously invaded the dental practice. Dr. Miranda Albert, pediatric dentist at Brush, explains to patients that she found Toothpick perched on a dental light one morning, and he told her he would keep an eye on the children by day and visit Santa at night. Although little ones can be apprehensive about visiting the dentist, their eyes light up when they learn that Dr. Albert has a special elf visitor from the North Pole.
The idea of using an elf to provide a fun dental experience arises from a Christmas tradition Dr. Albert used to practice, where she would tell her patients that "Santa Cameras" in her office were reporting back to the North Pole. Dr. Albert believes that Toothpick does a good job of helping children feel at ease in the dental chair. The Brush staff love to tell stories they created about Toothpick to entertain patients; for example, one popular characteristic Toothpick possesses is his ability to "fly" on toy helicopters in the office.
Dr. Albert, pediatric dentist in Hinsdale, IL, welcomes new and regular patients alike to visit Toothpick and receive a dental examination. To schedule an appointment at Brush Pediatric Dentistry, visit http://www.BrushforKids.com or call Dr. Albert at (630) 504-2223. To view pictures of Toothpick, visit and "Like" the Brush Pediatric Dentistry Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brush-Pediatric-Dentistry/209596042409793.
About Dr. Miranda Albert, DDS, MS
Dr. Miranda Albert is a board certified pediatric dentist and earned her dental degree at the University of Michigan. She completed a two-year residency in pediatric dentistry before she earned a Master of Oral Sciences degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where her research focus was infant oral healthcare. After completing her training at UIC, Dr. Albert became the director of a dental clinic located on the south side of Chicago, helping children with limited access to dental care. She has been practicing pediatric dentistry since 2004 and opened her own practice in 2011. Dr. Albert recently moved to the area and had her second child about one year before Brush opened its doors. At Brush Pediatric Dentistry, Dr. Albert offers comfortable dental care for young patients, specializing in prevention, early detection, infant and emergency care, and calming dentistry.