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Pediatric Dental Services in Lake Stevens and Snohomish

Whether it is preventative nutritional education or routine cleaning, there are plenty of ways to help your child maintain healthy teeth and gums. Learn more about our dental services to keep your child’s smile bright!

When Should I Take My Child to the Dentist?

Children’s teeth start to emerge when they are around six months old. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that parents take their little one for a dental check-up every six months from when their teeth start to peek through or by their first birthday.

A young child needs to have a stable and consistent dental environment, so when they come to visit, they see the same friendly faces and don’t feel overwhelmed. We are a family-centered dental practice, and we are dedicated to delivering the best dental experience possible. Let us be your child’s dental home!

Dental Services That Keep Kids Healthy

Preventative check-ins and regular dental cleanings are crucial for children. We offer comprehensive pediatric dental services, so your kiddo develops a wonderful and healthy smile. Learn more about our variety of services below. 


Pediatric/General Dentistry

Our pediatric dentists’ commitment to maintaining oral health and hygiene for young children is our main focus. The mouth constantly grows and changes during various childhood stages, so we want to deliver regular check-ins to make sure everything checks out for your child’s teeth, gums, and nutrition. Learn more about our pediatric dental services and schedule an appointment online!



We offer an array of pediatric dental treatments for children already experiencing sugar buggies (cavities) or other dental boo-boos. From dental sealants that help prevent tooth decay to dental fluoride that protects tooth enamel, we offer comprehensive dental treatments to keep your child’s teeth at their best!


Behavior Management

Some children may have anxiety about the dentist. Other kiddos might have special needs that require special accommodations. We offer various comfortable solutions, including anesthesia and sedation, to create a positive and pain-free experience for your little ones. Learn more about our approach to behavior management and contact us if you have any special requests to make your next dental visit a success!


Nutritional Education

We provide awesome nutritional education for children and parents to learn more about all the yummy foods choices that can help develop healthy teeth and gums. It is a non-judgmental environment, and we will make sure to tailor a plan that fits your little one’s dietary preferences (without totally removing fun treats and sweets). Learn more about our nutritional education program and why nutrition is so important for your child’s health. 


Preventative Dentistry

Treatment and injury prevention is crucial for your little buddy. We help plan for any unforeseen accidents from scraped knees and childhood mishaps by outfitting your little athlete with equipment to protect their teeth, mouth, jaw, and face. Bring us your star athlete and learn how to keep their teeth in good shape on and off the field. 


Emergency Dental Visits

Sometimes your child requires immediate care for ouchies like toothaches, broken or knocked-out teeth, and any other tooth boo-boo. When your little one experiences a major tooth injury while playing sports, adventuring, or anything else, give us a call right away. Get a same-day emergency appointment for your child. 

Our Childrens’ Dental Services Are All You Need From 0-18

We specialize in complete pediatric dental services for all ages of children. It’s our passion. Whether your little one is an infant, toddler, young adolescent, or a teen, we’d love to help them access the dental care they need to develop a healthy smile. Schedule your initial appointment online, give us a call, or send us a text. We hope to see you soon!

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