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Pediatric Dental Specialists

Who We Treat

At Front Row Pediatric Dentistry our specialty is unique from traditional dentists in that we are specifically trained in children's dental care. This means you can trust us to offer best-in-class care and treatment for infants, toddlers, school-age children, tweens, and teens. From their very first tooth, your child is our priority.

As pediatric dentists we have a passion for caring for the children in our community, teaching them about oral care and hygiene, providing pediatric dental services, and making sure they always have a beautiful, healthy smile.

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One-of-a-kind Pediatric Dentistry

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Super Offer

Cleaning and Exam Offer

At Front Row, we want to make it as easy, stress-free, and affordable for you to start your child with the right Pediatric Dentist. For children 2 and over, individual appointments start at just $100. OR you can claim our limited-time offer of 3 exams and cleanings for the low price of $200.

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Common Questions

Family Dental FAQs

What causes cavities in children?

Did you know that cavities are caused by bacteria hanging out in our mouths? Bacteria love to feast particularly on the sugars we consume, and then they produce acid that slowly wears down our tooth enamel. Kids are more prone to cavities because they adore sugary treats and drink, and this includes juice! So, it's essential to help our little ones brush their teeth regularly and cut back on those sugary goodies to keep those cavities at bay.

When should I take a toddler to the dentist?

As parents, we always want what's best for our children, including caring for their dental health. So, it's natural to wonder when the ideal time is to introduce them to the dentist. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, it's recommended to schedule their first dental visit within six months of their first tooth popping up or by their first birthday. It may seem early, but these early visits are crucial in keeping their pearly whites in tip-top shape. By starting early, we can catch any potential dental issues but also we discuss nutrition and proper care for our smallest and first teeth before they have a chance to become more significant problems. So, let's give our toddlers a head start on their dental journey and set them up for a lifetime of healthy habits and smiles!

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