Category: Pediatric Dentistry

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

The safety of our families, our team and our community are of utmost importance to us. We have been monitoring the COVID- 19 pandemic guidelines closely. At this time the American Dental Association, along with the Florida Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry have recommended that all non-emergency treatment be postponed. It is with a heavy heart that we announce our office closure until April 15th, 2020 unless otherwise advised by the ADA, AAPD, FDA, and CDC. We are working on rescheduling patients that are impacted by this closure. Continue reading

Helping Kids Overcome the Fear of the Dentist


It’s normal for children to be nervous or scared of new experiences. It can be intimidating for a stranger to put unfamiliar equipment in their mouth. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t do anything about it. Some people carry this fear into adulthood. That’s why… Continue reading

The Basics of Teeth Brushing


Good oral health begins with clean teeth.

From Fear to Smiles!

We understand that visiting the dentist it can be a scary experience for a child. Our goal is to make every patient feel comfortable in our office. Thank you Ellie for sharing your experience!

Are thumb sucking and pacifier habits harmful for a child’s teeth?

It’s completely normal for babies and young children to suck their thumb, fingers or pacifier. Sucking is a natural reflex that provides security and contentment and is a way for young babies to learn about their world. Some even begin sucking on their fingers before… Continue reading

Another Happy Patient!

Another happy patient

We love hearing about your experience. “I brought my grandson in for his cleaning today for the first time and was impressed with the professionalism of the staff.

Introducing Dr. Allison Johnston

Please help us in welcoming our new associate Dr. Allison Johnston!

FREE mouthguard for all local youth athletes!

Did you know we offer FREE mouthguards for all local youth sports programs? FYI…baseball, basketball & soccer cause the most dental injuries! Stop by the office today to get yours! Feel free to share with your team or association! (One per player per season, new… Continue reading