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Our Pediatric Care
Everything a growing smile needs.
From smile development exams to cavity treatment and prevention, we clean your child’s teeth — and do a whole lot more.
Every step of the way.
As an Infant
First teeth. First visits. And those all important first dental habits. We create a warm, welcoming introduction to dentistry that sets up a lifetime of great oral health.
As a Child
Great smiles don’t happen by accident. They come from regular care and proactive bite and smile correction — which we’ll take care of for your child, of course.
As a Teen
They’ve gotta be cool, and nothing says cool like a great smile. Whether it’s Invisalign, braces, whitening, or even veneers, teenage smiles are well cared-for here.
We haven’t forgotten about you.
We provide complete family care. For the parents. For the grandparents. And someday, just maybe, for the grandkids too.
What we do.
Our Patient Promise
Like really gentle.
A bad early experience can turn a person away from dentistry for life. So we promise to do everything we can to make your child’s experience great — every single time.
- Shorter visits (30-40 minutes)
- Breaks whenever they want
- Optional sedation treatment
- Upbeat, positive attitudes
Is dental anxiety already a struggle?
Tell us about your child and we’ll show you how we’ll rebuild their trust towards dentistry.
Knowledge is prevention.
In pediatric dentistry, what happens at home is as important as what happens here. We make education – for parents and kids – one of our biggest priorities.
- How to floss and brush properly
- What to eat and what to avoid
- Health signs to watch out for
A relaxed experience for them.
And a convenient one for you.
Wondering about children’s dentistry?
Check out our FAQs!
What age should a child go to the dentist?
If your child is between the ages of 2 and 3 (or older), they should begin seeing the dentist regularly to make sure their teeth are clean and their smile is developing in a normal, healthy way.
How often should a child get dental checkups?
Like with adults, most children should get a dental checkup every 6 months. If there’s an area of concern that needs a bit more attention, or a child has trouble with consistently brushing and flossing their teeth, then they might need checkups more often.
How is children’s dentistry different from “regular” dentistry?
A child’s mouth is still developing, so it needs to be monitored and cared for in a way that’s different from an adult mouth. A child is also still learning about how dentistry works, why it matters, and – most importantly – how they feel about it, so providing patient and gentle early experiences is so important for building healthy habits.
Does my dental coverage also include my kids?
Many dental plans do include coverage for family members, but not all. If you’re not sure, you can check with your provider directly or talk to us and we’ll help you figure out what coverage you’re entitled to.
Great oral health starts early.
Give your child everything they need to feel great about the dentist — and their smile.