What To Expect
Kids are at the center of all we do at Children’s Dental Health. As a leading, regional provider of pediatric dental care, our team provides comprehensive oral health care from tots to teens. Our goal is for children, including those with special needs, to develop and maintain a positive association with dental care early on in their lives, so they may establish positive habits as they grow. We do everything we can to create a pleasant and supportive environment for each child, starting with their very first dentist visit.
Our offices are staffed with a dedicated dental team of experts, trained specifically to work with children. In addition, each office is designed with kids in mind, complete with video games, books, toys, and family movies for a relaxing environment. We provide fun sunglasses to shield little eyes from our bright dental lights, as well as prizes, character toothbrushes, and goodie bags after a successful visit.
We’re in your neighborhood.
Children’s Dental Health has 20 convenient locations. We are continuing to expand to provide children even better access to quality dental care, closer to home.
We’re recognized for quality.
Children’s Dental Health is proud to receive recognition for our ongoing commitment to quality pediatric dental care from community publications such as The Daily Local Newspaper, Philadelphia Life Magazine, Main Line Today, and Suburban Life Magazine.
Children’s Dental Health continues to receive raving testimonials for our patient-centered experience. Parents love our same-day appointments, especially if your child has a dental emergency; our designated quiet room for first-time patients; and the staff’s approach to dental care. We make dental care fun for kids, which makes it easier for parents to keep their children engaged in healthy habits.
We’re pediatrician recommended.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has taken a strong position to promote the awareness of dental health as part of an overall health concern in children. The pediatric and dental community determined that tooth decay is the number one chronic, infectious disease affecting children in the United States, but largely preventable. We have come together to raise awareness of early check-ups and the importance of oral health care at a young age.
Serving Lots of Happy Patients
"Amazing staff! They walked my 3 year old through what they were going to do and let him see the tools before they even started! Both my kids actually enjoyed going to…" Read More
"I was dreading having to take my anxious 6 year old to have two of her teeth extracted, but much to my surprise it went very well thanks to the patience and…" Read More
"I take my 3 kids here (7,5, & 2) I have zero complaints!! The staff is friendly, the place is super kid friendly, very clean and they are very easy to schedule…" Read More