Looking for dentistry services for children in the Indianapolis area?
If you are seeking quality dentistry services for your children in the Indianapolis area, contact the team at Washington Street Dentistry. Dr. Church and his team are committed to providing our youngest patients with preventative and general dentistry solutions that are age-appropriate.
Pediatric Dentistry services
Pediatric dentistry services are specifically targeted for children. We make the dentist’s office a fun, warm and welcoming environment.
How do we do that?
- We focus on your child. This starts in our waiting room, where your child can find toys and other items to make them feel comfortable.
- We speak in age-appropriate terms. Other than oral health, our biggest goal is to keep your child from fearing the dentist.
- We follow the Tell, Show, Do approach to dental services. This is especially helpful if a child needs to have a cavity filled. We can put your child at ease by eliminating “unknowns.
CALL OUR OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
New Patients: (317) 333-6788
Existing Patients: (317) 890-4455
Pediatric Dental Services
We place a huge emphasis on prevention. From an early age, we will work with your child on proper oral hygiene and nutrition at home. We even have a Cavity-Free Guarantee Program designed to benefit our youngest patients by encouraging proper habits and regular dental visits. Children should visit twice each year for a gentle cleaning and examination.
In addition to general and preventative services, we offer restorative solutions, emergency dental care, surgical dentistry, and orthodontic alternatives like Invisalign.
Accepting new families!
At Washington Street Dentistry, we are always excited to welcome new families and patients into our facility. If you are in the Indianapolis area and are interested in learning more about our pediatric dentistry services, please call us today to schedule your consultation. We’re happy to show you more about our focus on children and how we can partner with your family to ensure lifelong oral health.
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