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Pediatric Dentistry

You want the best for your kids and family. We get it. We have families of our own.

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That’s why, when you choose our pediatric dental office, you’re getting the same care that we’d give our own families.

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Gentle, thorough dental care is our goal for all patients.

We spend time with each of our young patients so they feel cared for and comfortable. Our pediatric dentists are skilled and experienced to provide the extra care for special needs patients. 

We are confident that you will be happy at our office. We look forward to meeting you and your family!

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Gentle teeth cleanings

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, along with our dentists, recommend the first dental visit by his/her first birthday. Our pediatric dentists offer kid’s checkups, cleanings and evaluations to promote healthy teeth and gums.

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Low radiation digital X-rays 

Digital X-rays use up to 90% less radiation than traditional X-rays, exposing your child to less radiation. X-rays are an important diagnostic tool and are typically needed every few appointments.

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Oral sedation

Children’s oral sedation can help reduce anxiety and produce a sense of calm. We also offer nitrous oxide, which is commonly referred to as laughing gas. Rest assured, your child will be in safe, caring hands at our office.

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Fluoride treatments

Fluoride helps protect your child’s teeth from tooth decay and promotes a lifetime of healthy smiles.

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Dental sealants 

Dental sealants protect your child’s teeth from germs that cause cavities. They are typically placed on the chewing part of the tooth in the hard-to-reach grooves.

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Tooth-colored fillings

Fillings restore a child’s tooth that has become damaged from tooth decay (cavities). Our fillings are tooth colored so they’ll blend in with your child’s natural smile.

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Dental crowns

Heavily damaged or decayed teeth may need a dental crown to restore strength to the tooth. They are sometimes referred to as “caps” and are only used when absolutely necessary.

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If you live in or near Hoover, Alabama and need a pediatric dentist, call our office today. 

At the consultation appointment, our dentists will talk to you about all recommended options to care for your child’s healthy smile. 

We look forward to meeting you and your family!