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Start off on the right tooth. Our board-certified pediatric dentists can help your young ones build a foundation of good dental habits that will last a lifetime.

  • Early Education

    Early Education

    Our doctors teach your child how to take care of their smile. Early habits such as correct brushing, flossing, and diet, set a strong oral health foundation for life. Baby teeth begin to grow around 6 months, so the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends a trip to the dentist before your child’s first birthday.

  • Regular check-ups

    Regular check-ups

    AAPD recommends that kids and teens see a pediatric dentist every six months to for regular checkups including an exam, cleaning, fluoride treatment, and occasional x-rays to prevent cavities and other problems.

  • Sealants


    Tooth-colored sealants fill pits and grooves in your child’s teeth to prevent sugars and food from getting trapped, and have been proven to be very effective in preventing cavities.

  • Fillings


    We use tooth-colored fillings, which require less preparation than metal fillings and are much more natural-looking.

  • Dental Anxiety

    Dental Anxiety

    Our board-certified pediatric dentists have years of special training in easing dental anxiety. From in-ceiling TVs to relaxation rooms, our offices are specially designed to create a positive experience for your child.

  • Crowns


    These are used to cover teeth that are too badly damaged or decayed to be restored with a filling. We use either tooth-colored or stainless steel, depending on the situation.

  • Cosmetic dentistry

    Cosmetic dentistry

    There are many factors that can affect the whiteness and shape of your child's teeth. No matter the cause, bright, healthy teeth can mean improved self-confidence, so we work to make theirs the best they can be.

  • Sedation dentistry

    Sedation dentistry

    Appointments are a breeze for even the most anxiety-prone patients thanks to sedation. We use a range from minimal to general anesthesia to help you kick back and relax during any procedure.

  • Smile development

    Smile development

    Our doctors are trained to spot any signs of teeth that aren't coming in straight or in alignment with other teeth. A great smile is more than cosmetic — it impacts chewing, diet, and healthy gums.

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