Parents play an important role in their children’s dental health. They need to reinforce good oral hygiene habits such as brushing and flossing at home with their children. However, the most important impact on your children will come from observing your own good habits. Lead by example and demonstrate how important your children’s teeth are to their overall health and continuing quality of life. Optimal dental health translates to a healthier child in general and impacts their future habits and livelihood.

Self-pay rates only $49!!!

Includes; dental exam, x-rays, fluoride and cleaning! All children receive a toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss and other oral hygiene goodies! 

Discounted rates for uninsured. No child is turned away due to inability to pay!

Brushing and Flossing
Begin using toothpaste to brush your child’s teeth when he (or she) is 2 years old. Young children tend to swallow toothpaste when brushing, rather than spitting it out. Introduce fluoride toothpaste when your child is old enough not to swallow it. As soon as two teeth touch each other, floss between them once a day. You can use regular floss or special plastic floss holders.

Dental Visit
New parents often ask, “When should my child first see a dentist?” Your child should see a dentist by his or her first birthday.

All patients in the School Smiles program receive a free toothbrush, toothpaste and other oral hygiene goodies at their appointment!