Call: (910) 791-7380
  Call: (910) 791-7380
Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry
Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry
  Call: (910) 791-7380
  • Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry

    Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry

    Our top priority is helping your child achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile.

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  • First BirthdayDental Care

    First Birthday
    Dental Care

    We recommend that your child's first visit should occur at 12 months of age. This enables us to evaluate potential problems and to promote proper oral hygiene! Read More
  • Teen Zone

    Teen Zone

    Designed to keep dentistry fun for our pre-teen and teen-age patients, the Teen Zone is decorated to look more like a surf shop than a dental office.Teens can enjoy TVs and Xboxes, as well as up-to-date, hip music on the sound system.

    Make your appointment now for our Teen Zone!
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Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry

At Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry, our top priority is helping your child achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile. We are committed to providing our patients with the highest standard of dental care in a pleasant and comfortable environment. We believe in the importance of patient education and will work with your child individually to ensure they understand how to practice good oral hygiene from home.

Our friendly and experienced pediatric dentistry staff love working with kids of all ages. We look forward to meeting your child and helping them learn how fun dentistry can be!

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Emergency Help

  • Knocked Out Permanent Tooth +

    If a permanent tooth is knocked out, rinse it gently, but DO NOT touch the root. If possible, reinsert the tooth in the socket. If this is not possible, keep the tooth moist (place in milk if possible) and call our office at (910) 791-7380 immediately. The first 30-60 minutes are critical to saving the tooth.
  • Knocked Out Baby Tooth +

    If a baby tooth is knocked out, do not replace it. Primary or baby teeth are not generally replaced into the socket, however prompt care by one of our pediatric dentists is recommended.
  • Broken Tooth +

    Rinse dirt from injured area with warm water. Place cold compresses over the face in the area of the injury. Locate and save any broken tooth fragments. Immediate dental attention by one of our pediatric dentists is necessary.
  • Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lip or Cheek +

    Clean the area of the affected tooth thoroughly. Rinse the mouth vigorously with warm water or use dental floss to dislodge impacted food or debris. DO NOT place aspirin on the gum or on aching tooth. If your child's face is swollen, apply a cold compresses. Prompt care by one of our pediatric dentists is recommended!
  • Toothache +

    Clean the area of the affected tooth thoroughly. Rinse the mouth vigorously with warm water or use dental floss to dislodge impacted food or debris. DO NOT place aspirin on the gum or on aching tooth. If your child's face is swollen, apply a cold compresses. Prompt care by one of our pediatric dentists is recommended!
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Teen Zone

Geared Specifically for Teens

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Emergency Help

  • Knocked Out Permanent Tooth +

    If a permanent tooth is knocked out, rinse it gently, but DO NOT touch the root. If possible, reinsert the tooth in the socket. If this is not possible, keep the tooth moist (place in milk if possible) and call our office at (910) 791-7380 immediately. The first 30-60 minutes are critical to saving the tooth.
  • Knocked Out Baby Tooth +

    If a baby tooth is knocked out, do not replace it. Primary or baby teeth are not generally replaced into the socket, however prompt care by one of our pediatric dentists is recommended.
  • Broken Tooth +

    Rinse dirt from injured area with warm water. Place cold compresses over the face in the area of the injury. Locate and save any broken tooth fragments. Immediate dental attention by one of our pediatric dentists is necessary.
  • Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lip or Cheek +

    Clean the area of the affected tooth thoroughly. Rinse the mouth vigorously with warm water or use dental floss to dislodge impacted food or debris. DO NOT place aspirin on the gum or on aching tooth. If your child's face is swollen, apply a cold compresses. Prompt care by one of our pediatric dentists is recommended!
  • Toothache +

    Clean the area of the affected tooth thoroughly. Rinse the mouth vigorously with warm water or use dental floss to dislodge impacted food or debris. DO NOT place aspirin on the gum or on aching tooth. If your child's face is swollen, apply a cold compresses. Prompt care by one of our pediatric dentists is recommended!
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Wilmington Parent Family Favorite

Wilmington Parent

Voted Family Favorite 2015!

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Baby Oral Health Program

Free Oral Health Exams

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