Bray, DMD and Young, DMD

Bray, DMD and Young, DMD - Pediatric dentist in Statesboro, GA
2 Coach Lee Hl Blvd, Statesboro, GA 30458
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Monday8:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday8:30am - 5:30pm
Wednesday8:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday8:30am - 5:30pm
Friday8:30am - 5:30pm
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A family-oriented practice has been their goal from the beginning. They desire to be the primary dental care providers for every member of a family from birth through their golden years. However, there is no requirement that every family member be a part of the practice.

Both Dr. Bray and Dr. Young accept referrals from other dentists for specific services or limited periods of time. Dr. Young frequently cares for only the children in a family when the parents are established with another dentist. Those children generally transfer to their parents dentist at an appropriate time.

Our expected outcome is to establish and maintain good dental health for the entire family. Dr. Young has gifts and passion for dealing with children that is truly amazing. Dr. Bray enjoys the variety of general practice and helping his patients achieve dental health.

Bray, DMD and Young, DMD - Pediatric dentist in Statesboro, GABray, DMD and Young, DMD - Pediatric dentist in Statesboro, GA

Dr. Sally Young has always enjoyed taking care of children. From her early days of babysitting in her hometown of Fort Valley, Georgia, she knew she wanted to pursue a career than would enable her to do that. Having set her sights on healthcare, she earned a degree in biology from Wesleyan College and was accepted to the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, where she received her doctorate in dentistry in 1984. Dr. Young fulfilled the requirements for being a pediatric dental specialist at MCG in 1986 then joined Dr. Bray in practice in Statesboro. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentists.At home, Dr. Young enjoys cooking, sewing, and taking care of her family, including a growing number of grandchildren. She is a fan of Georgia Southern football and is an active member of Trinity Presbyterian Church where she has taught Toddlers and Twos in Sunday School for many years.Dr. Young strives to care for young patients in a way that is encouraging, friendly, and fun. She believes that educating parents and helping children feel comfortable in a dental office can lead to a lifetime of positive dental experiences. She is privileged to treat some of the children of her former patients.

Dr. Cecil Bray grew up in Thomaston, Georgia, but has now lived in Statesboro for most of his life. He graduated summa cum laude from Georgia Southern in 1979. His doctorate in dental medicine was conferred by MCG in 1983, and he completed his general practice residency in 1984 at the VA hospitals in Augusta. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Georgia Dental Association, and the Southeastern District Dental Society.Growing up in a small town in middle Georgia instilled in Dr. Bray a set of values that many still cherish: love for God, love for family, and a strong work ethic. He has been involved in church activities all of his life. He learned commitment to hard work and excellence from his parents, teachers, and employers. Dr. Bray has a longstanding hobby of gardening, and he enjoys his new and growing role of being a grandparent.

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We hope that you agree with our belief that regular preventative dental care visits are a sound investment in your childs health. Once we complete treatment of current dental needs, we will schedule periodic dental cleanings and examinations for your child. The time between visits will vary according to the childs individual needs and the quality and consistency of home care provided by the parent and the child.

Dental decay that has spread to the core of a primary tooth requires treatment with a medicated filling. Without such treatment, dental infection can develop, which can affect a childs health as well as the health of the permanent teeth.

If your child is age 3 or over, we ask that you remain in the reception room and allow your child to accompany our skilled team members through the dental visit. It is our goal to make this a pleasant experience. Please try not to be concerned if your child exhibits some separation anxiety. This is normal and usually diminishes quickly if not encouraged.

Dr. Young and her team enjoy telling children about good dental care and pleasant visits to the dentists office. We have puppets and models that allow us to demonstrate proper brushing and flossing techniques. We usually talk to 3 and 4 year olds, but we can provide take-home information for younger ones as well.

We see so many young children with cavities, often requiring treatment or loss of teeth at a very early age, that we welcome an opportunity to educate children, their parents, and their caregivers as to the importance of regular dental visits and appropriate feeding practices and home care.

Our office works with most traditional fee for service dental insurance plans. We will try to maximize your benefits within the limits of the law, but please understand that your insurance is a contract between you (or your employer) and the insurance company. All patients are financially responsible for their account. We ask for payment of any applicable deductibles and co-payments and for non-covered services at time of service unless other arrangements have been made in advance.

It usually takes 3 to 6 weeks for benefits to be paid. If after 60 days the insurance company has not paid, we expect the patient to pay the balance on the account while we continue to seek settlement. It may be necessary for the patient to contact the employer or the insurance company to expedite payment.

No insurance policy covers all dental costs. Some companies pay fixed allowances while others pay a percentage of the charges. Many routine services are subject to limits not in keeping with the needs of many patients or are not covered at all.

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Rating 4.3 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

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John McKenna
2 years ago
Our family has been going to Dr. Bray for over 25 years. He and his staff are friendly and feel more like family than caregivers. Great dental care!


Luke Richard
5 years ago
I wish I could give a lower rating. My wife has been taking our children to Dr Young for the past 5 years. Obviously kids are pretty easy and there were no complaints until I got home from travel and saw that my sons tooth was broken down to the gum line. This is after he had his cleaning/check up about 1 month ago. My 8 year old son has autism and is non verbal so you really have to key in when things are wrong because he has a very high threshold for pain. I had my wife take him back to the dentist specifically to have this tooth examined. Dr Young supposedly inspected his tooth and said that he was fine because it was a baby tooth. Less than three weeks later my son had to have an emergency extraction. This woman is incompetent and if she was unable to properly inspect his tooth due to my sons disability she should have stepped up and admitted her short comings. I wish I could upload pictures to show just how damaged his tooth was.


Luke Richard
5 years ago
I wish I could give a lower rating. My wife has been taking our children to Dr Young for the past 5 years. Obviously kids are pretty easy and there were no complaints until I got home from travel and saw that my sons tooth was broken down to the gum line. This is after he had his cleaning/check up about 1 month ago. My 8 year old son has autism and is non verbal so you really have to key in when things are wrong because he has a very high threshold for pain. I had my wife take him back to the dentist specifically to have this tooth examined. Dr Young supposedly inspected his tooth and said that he was fine because it was a baby tooth. Less than three weeks later my son had to have an emergency extraction. This woman is incompetent and if she was unable to properly inspect his tooth due to my sons disability she should have stepped up and admitted her short comings. I wish I could upload pictures to show just how damaged his tooth was.


Lizzie Deloach
7 years ago
Love them. I have been going to them since I was little and they always treat you with respect and care!


Lizzie Deloach
7 years ago
Love them. I have been going to them since I was little and they always treat you with respect and care!


Amber Robenolt
10 years ago
The staff as a whole is fantastic! Very friendly from the first time I called all the way out the door after my first appointment. Dr. Bray is friendly and knowledgeable. What I liked most about their office is that they worked around my very busy, very short availability and got me in right away. I had a chipped tooth and called last minute and they fit me in for the very next morning. I've been to other dentist in the area that make you wait a month to even get your fillings done. Awesome Staff!!!


Amber Robenolt
11 years ago
The staff as a whole is fantastic! Very friendly from the first time I called all the way out the door after my first appointment. Dr. Bray is friendly and knowledgeable. What I liked most about their office is that they worked around my very busy, very short availability and got me in right away. I had a chipped tooth and called last minute and they fit me in for the very next morning. I've been to other dentist in the area that make you wait a month to even get your fillings done. Awesome Staff!!!


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