There is much more involved in the developing dental care of children, so much so, that pediatric dentists require an additional 2-3 years of education for training on pediatric medical conditions, the overall growth and development process, childhood psychology, and other minor orthodontic procedures. Before teeth emerge special care should be taken to clean the gums from sugary substances. And by the age of one year, your child should have their first dental checkup to discuss cleaning of the teeth, check development, and talk with you about your child’s oral care. We want to walk you through the needs for healthy kids teeth and mouths every step of the way.

Preventive Pediatric Dental Care


  • Infant Oral Health Consultation and Evaluation
  • Cavity Prevention Education
  • Oral Health Examination
  • Orthodontic Evaluation
  • Dental Cleaning and Fluoride Treatments
  • Digital X-rays
  • Sealants (BPA Free)
  • Sports Mouthguards

Pediatric Dental Treatments


  • Tooth-colored Fillings (Composite Resin Restorations; BPA Free)
  • Extractions
  • Root Canals (primary teeth)
  • Crowns (primary teeth)
  • Space Maintainers
  • Habit Appliances
  • Teeth Whitening (teenage patients)
  • Minor Orthodontics

Additional Pediatric Dental Services


  • Dental Care for Children with Special Medical Needs
  • Dentistry with Nitrous Oxide
  • Dentistry under Oral Conscious Sedation

Dental Topics

Tooth Development

Discover the importance of your child's first set of teeth and how to keep them healthy.
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Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Read the causes and how to prevent baby bottle tooth decay for your baby.
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Thumb Sucking

Normal step of the growth process, it could become an issue if not addressed properly.
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What are sealants and how do dentists use them to protect your child's teeth.|
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Discuss with your pediatric dentist a recommended orthodontic assessment for your child.
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Dental Emergencies

As a parent, you can learn how to quickly act on dental emergencies before the dentist visit.
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