hellosmile Practice Management Group (helloPMG) operates and manages pediatric, pediatric dental and orthodontic practices.
Our offices in NYC are located in Queens, Bronx, and Brooklyn. We also provide preventive dental services for the NYS OCFS Juvenile Detention Center in Brooklyn and dental surgery services at The New York Mount Sinai Saint Luke’s Hospital.
hellosmile Innovation Lab is pioneering a new category for children’s health and happiness by using design, technology, and collaboration. We create products, services, and experiences for kids to live healthier and happier lives. The LAB was launched 2012 born out of asking the question:
How might we collaborate with innovators, students, architects, entrepreneurs, schools, and business leaders to transform our current pediatric healthcare system from a sick-care model into a model for community wellness?
hellolearn was launched through our innovation lab in 2013 with the aim to support the millions of doctors and allied health care workers towards creating a healthier world. hellolearn’s mission is to leverage innovative collaboration and digital learning technologies to promote preventive health measures and behavioral change towards healthier and happier decisions.
Our mission is to provide all children access to compassionate, high quality and affordable healthcare in a well designed setting.
by recruiting and developing a workforce that is committed to their health and happiness such that they can move, touch, and inspire others to embody health & happiness.
by providing high-quality, well-designed pediatric oral health services that are accessible to all children and focus on prevention.
by providing resources, information, and events focused on health and wellness, and the importance of oral health in maintaining overall health.
hellosmile is the trusted brand families turn to when thinking about the health and happiness of their children.
hellosmile will empower and inspire
parents to raise the healthiest generation of children by creating a new paradigm for health. Tapping into new digital mediums, human centered design, and technology.
Children are born healthy our job is to keep it that way through health promotion, disease prevention, and early therapeutic approaches.
Imaginations shared creates collaboration, collaboration creates community, and community inspires social change.
The therapeutic value of laughter is fully embraced at our facilities by our members, and in our community.
Capitalism is seeing a shift as significant and as large as the industrial revolution. We are living amidst an Entrepreneurial Renaissance. This fundamental shift in the way we go about and think about business is a trend that transcends all verticals and sectors. We need a brand that does the same.
It is not always possible to keep your word, but it is always possible to honor it.
Everything is a gift. The good and the bad.
We are all teachers and students. Together everybody achieves more.
Our way to say hello is with a smile, eye contact, and introducing ourselves.
We treat every child as if they’re our own.
A warm goodbye, with clearly defined next steps.
For the first time in history we are raising a generation of children that are expected to have shorter and/or unhealthier lives than their parents. Preventable chronic diseases are spreading at an epidemic rate among children with no traces of stopping. Tooth decay in children is by far the most prevalent of chronic diseases that not only disproportionately affects children in poverty, but is also most easily preventable when compared to other common chronic conditions such as asthma, obesity, or diabetes. We are working to create a model for integrative pediatric health with an emphasis on optimal oral health that serves as the foundation for optimal general health.
The U.S. Census Bureau released their updated data from the 2012 American Community Survey and it once again showed child poverty to be increasing in New York City.Learn more »
Children born into poverty are automatically conditioned to have their default choices be unhealthy.Learn more »
90% of parents feed their children ages 2-12 fast food at least once a week in NYC and those same kids watch an average of 4000 unhealthy food-related ads every year
-Kaiser FoundationLearn more »
1 in 3 children in America are Obese. -Kaiser FoundationLearn more »
30% of children born in NYC are eligible for Medicaid. -Kaiser FoundationLearn more »
The Greatest shortcoming in healthcare is that we have the diagnosis wrong. We need to take a step back to see what we are treating so that we can get to the ROOT cause.Learn more »