Dr. Rozas knew as a kid that she wanted to be a dentist. After all, she visited her local one often in her younger years. Throughout her childhood, she had three sets of braces, a wisdom teeth extraction, and several cavities. She even had her front teeth pulled when she was three! Still, those experiences taught her the importance of oral health and dental hygiene. From there, she decided that she would do what her dentist had done for other kids.
After getting her degree in Biomedical Science at Texas A&M University, Dr. Rozas began her dental studies in earnest. She ultimately earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Texas School of Dentistry in Houston. At the same time, her pediatric dental residency was done in Houston’s UT/Herman Hospital. She later got her certification in Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS).
Of course, her dental achievements didn’t stop once school ended. Today, Dr. Rozas is also a member of the American Dental Association and the Texas Dental Association. Furthermore, she’s the current co-chairman of the Greater Dallas Pediatric Dental Society. The good doctor counts herself a Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, too.
Dr. Rozas likes to spend time with her family when she’s not in the office. That group includes her husband of thirty years, her college-aged son, and her high-schooler daughter. Together, they tend to enjoy sports like snow skiing and surfing, as well as Dallas Mavericks basketball games.
Dr. Compton discovered her passion for dentistry in adolescence. At that time, she received orthodontic care that significantly boosted her quality of life. She has loved her orthodontist ever since, taking an active interest in what the dental field could do. In learning more about the latter, she then considered it a possible career. The rest, as they say, is history – Dr. Compton was drawn to pediatric dentistry in dental school, as it dovetailed with her love of children.
Once she earned an undergrad degree at Oklahoma State University, Dr. Compton pursued her dental education. That started with her Doctor of Dental Medicine from the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health. Later, she finished her Pediatric Dentistry Residency at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. Dr. Compton even took the time to get a master’s in public health.
As she’s practiced professionally, Dr. Compton has earned further accolades. For instance, she’s now PALS certified and a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Similarly, her affiliations include membership in the American Dental Association and the Texas Dental Association. Dr. Compton is also a Greater Dallas Pediatric Dental Study Club member.
Though raised in Oklahoma, Dr. Compton now lives in Dallas with her two terrific daughters – Sylvie and Lucia. When she isn’t busy at the office, you’ll find her volunteering with their local Girl Scout troop. Otherwise, her hobbies include sewing, reading, working out, and trying new restaurants.
Wonderful dental experience for my children. We drive from Frisco because we wouldn't want to see anyone else. Dr. Rozas & her staff are the best!
Our board-certified pediatric dentists are proud to use their education, experience, and training to help patients with everything from essential preventive care to urgent emergency dentistry. If you’d like to learn more about our treatment options, you can always give us a call directly. Or, you can click on the images below to learn more!
Simply put, we never want the cost to be the only thing standing in the way of your child getting the preventive, restorative, or emergency care they need. That’s why we offer two financial solutions: dental insurance and flexible financing. We will review each of these in-depth during your child’s appointment, and we’d be more than happy to answer any questions you have at that time. However, if you’re interested in learning more about these options beforehand, you can also click on the icons to learn a bit more.
Taking President George Bush Turnpike to Sandy Lake Road, you’ll find our pediatric dental office at 632 E Sandy Lake Road in Coppell, TX. Since we’re less than 10 miles away from Las Colinas we’re never far – whether your little one needs a routine checkup, lip and tongue tie treatment, or something in between. You’ll know you’re close to our office when you see the Shell gas station and Donut Place. However, if you have any trouble finding us, you can always give us a call too!
Would you like to learn more about children’s dentistry? Good news: we’re here to help however we can! If you have a specific question on your mind, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team directly by calling or submitting a contact form on our website. If you simply want to learn more on the topic, then you can read on to learn the answers to FAQs.
As you may already know, becoming a pediatric dentist requires years and years of formal education as well as countless hours of ongoing training. That all starts with a bachelor’s degree, which is typically in a major that’s heavy in science and math. Then, the aspiring dentist must be accepted to one of 67 accredited dental schools in the U.S. After three years of classroom and hands-on training, they must study pediatric dentistry specifically. Of course, their educational journey never truly ends. Dr. Rozas, for example, is now Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and a Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. If you’d like to learn more about our pediatric dentists near Las Colinas , you can read their bios!
Today, more than 50% of dental school students are female. Furthermore, about 33% of all practicing dentists are female as well! So, if your child prefers a female pediatric dentist, there’s a good chance that there is a provider in your area.
If you’re in or around the Las Colinas area, you’ll be happy to hear that both of our dentists are female. Furthermore, many of our support team members – from our treatment coordinators to our dental assistants – are female. You can learn all about their educational backgrounds and journeys to our office right here !
If your child has knocked out a tooth, one of their restorations is loose, or they are experiencing any abnormal dental symptoms, we strongly recommend calling us right away. That way, we can learn all about their situation, schedule a time for them to come in for treatment, and guide you through what to do until you both arrive at our office.
Note: if your child has dislocated their jaw, is having trouble breathing, or is bleeding uncontrollably, then head to the ER right away so they can get the medical attention they need. After they’ve been treated and discharged, you can bring them in for a same-day appointment with one of our pediatric dentists.
It’s common for parents to be concerned about the cost of their child’s care. If that’s the case for you, please know that our team is here to make navigating the financial side of their treatment stress-free. Plus, there are multiple ways you can make their treatment more affordable, including dental insurance and flexible financing.