Waiting Room Play Room

Our waiting room is equipped with games and toys to keep your children busy and happy while they wait.

Happy Patients and Parents

Our patients and their parents are always happy to come see us for a friendly inspection and cleaning.

Quick Efficient Service

We understand that waiting may be hard for little ones, so we ensure our service is done quickly and efficiently.

Kid-Friendly & State of The Art Facilities


We have friendly and accomodating staff to ensure your visit is comfortable and fun!

Mini Smiles believes in a team approach to preventive care, and we encourage parents to take an active role in their child’s dental health care. Because we are parents too, we understand that you may have concerns about your child’s oral health needs. We are dedicated to working with parents to provide education based on prevention-focused dental care.

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Our Services

We offer many important services for our special needs and pediatric patients.

Age One Dental Service

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, a child’s first checkup should occur by age 1. At this important visit, we will check the baby teeth for early cavities,[read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] show you how to care for a young child’s mouth properly, go over your child’s developmental milestones, and discuss the importance of good oral hygiene.[/read]

Preventive Dentistry

Preventive dentistry is the area of dentistry that focuses on those procedures and life practices that help people to prevent the beginning or progression of oral disease. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]It includes at-home dental care performed by patients, as well as dental care and education by professional dental staff in the office setting.[/read]


Fillings are used to seal a small hole (cavity) in your tooth that is caused by decay. This simple, painless procedure prevents decay bacteria from spreading further into your  [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]tooth, and possibly infecting the root canal. Both metal fillings and tooth-colored fillings are available. Learn more about ______

The first step to a dental filling is to make sure that your child is comfortable throughout the entire procedure. Some cavities are small enough that local anesthesia is not necessary. However, if numbing is required, the dentist will administer local anesthesia. Once numb, the dentist will remove the portion of the tooth that was damaged by decay. When all the decay is removed the tooth will be filled with the appropriate filling material.[/read]


Dental sealants are thin plastic coatings that are applied to the grooves on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth to protect them from tooth decay. Most tooth decay in children and teens occur on these surfaces. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] Sealants protect the chewing surfaces from tooth decay by keeping germs and food particles out of these grooves. Applying sealants does not require drilling or removing tooth structure. The process is short and easy. After the tooth is cleaned, a special gel is placed on the chewing surface for a few seconds. The tooth is then washed off and dried. Then, the sealant is painted on the tooth. A light is then shined on the tooth to harden the sealant. It takes about 20 seconds for the sealant to form a protective shield.  [/read]

Treating Specially Challenged Children

Proper dental care is just as important for children with special needs as it is for any child. Yet it’s sometimes more difficult for kids with special needs to get optimal care. We can help, with appropriate procedures and extra personal attention in the office.


Cosmetic bonding uses tooth-colored materials to replace missing tooth structure or hide minor defects like chips, discoloration, or irregular spacing. It’s a great option for children and teens, who often need [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] to wait for their teeth to mature before choosing a more permanent restoration. [/read]


Crowns are coverings placed over damaged teeth to strengthen them and allow them to look and function normally again. Metal crowns are sometimes recommended as a temporary solution for damaged baby teeth [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] until the permanent teeth come in.

When a tooth’s structure has been compromised due to injury or severe decay, a dental crown often is necessary. Crowns protect and support the remaining tooth structure after decay has been removed or after a pulpotomy has been performed. [/read]

Fluoride Treatments

Fluoridated water has been called one of the most significant health achievements of the 20th century — but not every child gets enough fluoride. That’s one reason why a topical fluoride supplement, applied here [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] in the dental office, may be recommended for your child. Learn more about Fluoride & Your Child.

Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay by making the tooth more resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria and sugars in the mouth. It also reverses early decay. In children under 6 years of age, fluoride becomes incorporated into the development of permanent teeth, making it difficult for acids to demineralize the teeth. [/read]

Space Maintainers

If your child loses a baby tooth prematurely, a “space maintainer” may be needed to hold the space open until the permanent tooth comes in to fill it. This appliance will help your child’s bite develop properly —[read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]and hopefully avoid the need for braces later on. Learn more about Space Maintainers.[/read]


An extraction is the removal of a tooth. A tooth may need to be extracted for a number of different reasons such as extensive decay, infections, crowding, and in cases when baby teeth fail to fall out on their own. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] until the permanent teeth come in.[/read]


Besides being painful, a child’s sports-related dental injury can mean time lost from school and work, plus substantial cost. A properly fitted, comfortable mouthguard, worn at practice and games, can greatly reduce[read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] the likelihood of serious dental injury. Learn more about Mouthguards for Children. [/read]

General Sedation

In isolated cases, it is best to complete extensive dental treatment under general anesthesia. The general sedation will be performed in a hospital setting under the supervision of an anesthesiologist.

Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry can be of great benefit to children and teenagers who would otherwise be anxious and fearful during dental treatment. With local anesthetics and sedative medications, it’s possible for your child to have [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] a dental experience that’s free of anxiety and pain. Learn more about Sedation Dentistry. [/read]

Nitrous Oxide

Also known as laughing gas. Laughing gas is used to help anxious patients feel more at ease during their treatment.

Oral Sedation

Oral sedation is performed by administering a medication that relaxes the patient but leaves them in a state in which they can respond to the dentist. It is commonly used during extensive dental procedures, or to enable children[read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”] to be compliant while undergoing dental treatment. Children under oral sedation remain awake throughout the procedure and will be monitored the entire time by the dentist and two dental assistants. [/read]

Emergency Dental Treatment

If you have a life-threatening or severe injury, call 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room. We can treat a variety of traumatic dental injuries, including teeth that have been chipped, moved, or knocked out entirely. Please call our office for assistance.

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