PEDiatric Dentistry

Our team provides thorough, individulized care for each patient, creating spefic treatment plans and educating both kids and parents on good dental health. 




Our compassionate team is trained in providing expert care to children with special needs. 



SEDAtion & Hospital Dentistry

Sedation and hospital dentistry can be a good option for children with dental anxiety, large treatment plans, and/or special needs. 



Pediatric Dentistry

Preventative Care 

  • Cleanings & Exams
  • Fluoride
  • X-Rays
  • Space Maintainers
  • Sealants

Restorative Dentistry 

  • Extractions
  • Fillings
  • Crowns
  • Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF)

Sedation & Hospital Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry vs. Hospital Dentistry 

  • Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)- Nitrous Oxide is a commonly used, safe, and effective conscious sedation technique used to help patients feel relaxed and relieve dental anxiety. Nitrous Oxide is combined with oxygen and is administered through a small mask before the dental procedure begins. The patient will continue to breathe on their own and by fully responsive throughout the procedure. After the procedure is finished, the Nitrous Oxide is turned off and regular oxygen is delivered through the mask for several minutes. The effects of Nitrous Oxide wear off in a matter of minutes and children are able to get back to their normal routine. They can eat and drink as normal before their appointment.
  • Conscious Oral Sedation- Conscious oral sedation is completed in the dental office. Patients should remain awake and responsive, but normally feel relaxed and drowsy. Prior to the patient's sedation visit, the patient cannot have anything to eat or drink after midnight the night before the appointment. After the visit, the patient cannot go to school or daycare, but will need to go home and be supervised for the remainder of the day with restricted activities.
  • Outpatient General Anesthesia- Hospital dentistry allows us to provide comprehensive dental care on patients with medical conditions, developmental limitations, high anxiety, special needs, and long treatment plans.