Welcome To Our Office

Our office is a place where children feel at home and start their journey for a lifetime of good oral health. The dental needs of young children are very specific and they have special emotional requirements as well. Our practice has the experience and compassion to tend to both aspects. We build trust and confidence with our patients as well as educate parents and caregivers-a combination that leads to favorable results.

In addition to receiving comprehensive oral care at Little People’s Dental, your child will enjoy the comfortable, child-friendly environment. The countryside mural will invite your child back to “Grandma’s home” as they explore our playhouse barn and slide. The clean and inviting operatories are complete with state-of-the-art equipment, inviting decor, and ceiling TVs to add to your child’s comfort.

It’s not only the cozy environment that keeps families coming back to LITTLE PEOPLE’S DENTAL, it’s also the people they meet. Our staff is committed to creating a positive, preventive dental home for your child! It is our objective to provide quality, personalized pediatric dental experiences to as many children as possible.

What is a Pediatric Dentist?

Pediatric dentists deal exclusively with infants, children, adolescents, and individuals with special healthcare needs; and have advanced training in the particulars of pediatric dental issues. They could be viewed as the pediatricians of dentistry. After dental school, they receive two to three years of additional training including: child growth and development, anesthesia, and pharmacology. Their focus and additional training is on children and their unique needs.

At Little People’s Dental we are dedicated to the long-term oral health of your child. We accomplish this goal by involving children and getting them excited about the care of their teeth. We educate parents about oral hygiene techniques, diet recommendations, and the processes that they can do at home to help children obtain optimal oral health. Lastly, we gently treat any dental disease that may occur and work to prevent new disease from occurring.