Pediatric Dentistry

Call Us 623.537.6000
  • Monday-Friday
  • 8am-5pm

Our pediatrics area is designed to help your children feel comfortable while visiting the dentist, no matter their age.  Our faculty and student doctors remain attentive to each patient and parent during each visit, whether it be for an exam, cleaning, fillings, or other dental treatment. We also help educate parents and patients on preventing tooth decay and maintaining baby teeth until they naturally come out. . . as well as taking care of grown up teeth when they come in.

We welcome new parents with their babies to discuss infant oral care, and we will continue to monitor the children’s dental progression, making recommendations as needed.

Because children change on a daily basis, our examinations must be thorough and appointments take a little longer…but our family-oriented waiting area keeps children occupied—both the patient and his or her brothers and sisters.

Orthodontic care is also available, and since some children can benefit from early orthodontic intervention before all their adult teeth are in, an orthodontic screening by age 7 is advised.

Take A Closer Look

   A Closer Look Video

Oral Surgery

   A Closer Look Video

Pediatric Dentistry

   A Closer Look Video

Specialty Dental Services

   A Closer Look Video

What to Expect

What Makes Our Pediatric Dental Care Unique?

  • With the addition of new dental laser technology, we can o en treat cavities without using a drill or anesthesia.
  • Each child’s dental chair is equipped with a video monitor to ease anxiety.
  • Our supervising pediatric dentist is board certified and has 15 years of pediatric dental care experience.
  • Nitrous Oxide is available for those children with manageable dental anxiety.
  • Both general and specialty dental care are available in one convenient location.

Did You Know?

  • Almost 50% of children experience tooth decay by age five/kindergarten.
  • About 51 million hours of school are missed each year due to dental problems.
  • Children between the ages of five and 17 years are five times more likely to have tooth decay than asthma, hay fever, or chronic bronchitis.
  • For every dollar spent on preventing dental disease, an estimated $8 to $50 can be saved in restorative and emergency treatment.
  • Tooth decay is preventable.

Our team can coach you and your children on daily dental home care and lifestyle modi cations to prevent dental disease.

Get To Know OurDoctors

Explore Now