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Your child’s smile is as unique as their fingerprint, so we tailor every dental visit to their specific needs and preferences. At Willow Pediatric Dentistry, we make the process fun, entertaining, and informative. Over time, we hope to get to know every family that enters our office and develop a genuine partnership with you as a parent. These trees and fingerprints represent our growing patient family, and we can’t wait to welcome you to our office!
As we make our ways back into the world, and our new normal, we understand that cleanliness and sanitation are on everyone’s minds. Our top priority is to ensure the health, safety, and comfort of each patient and team member who walks through our doors. We’ve always adhered to the sanitation and infection prevention standards set forth by OSHA, the ADA, and the CDC. Our practice is also taking extra steps to ensure that social distancing regulations are respected within our office. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our procedures, don’t hesitate to call us at 949-966-0669
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It is always our goal to ensure every family that walks through the doors has a stellar visit. We truly value what our patients have to say and would love if you took a moment to hear from them yourself.
At Willow Pediatric Dentistry, we believe that every child deserves to smile, so we proudly give back to the Jessie Rees Foundation. This is a nonprofit that supports families with children fighting cancer. The Foundations programs are designed to cure bad days, bring unforgettable memories to families, and offer a network of helpful resources throughout their journey in battling cancer.
We facilitate monthly Joy Drives at our office to collect toys. During your visit, you can color and write a greeting card for a patient in need. For every new patient at Willow Pediatric Dentistry, we will donate a pair of socks or a beanie to the Jessie Rees Foundation.
Rooting For Healthy Smiles!
Preventive care includes a gentle, thorough cleaning and a comprehensive exam. During these appointments, we’ll also answer all of your questions about your child’s dental health and offer honest, judgment-free advice.Preventive Care
Cavities are common, especially in young children. Fillings can restore your child’s smile and protect their tooth structure after a cavity, and dental crowns can help repair teeth that have been more severely damaged.Restorative Care
If your little one has a painful wisdom tooth, severe decay, or a recent oral injury, we offer gentle extractions when restorative care is not sufficient. We’ll only recommend an extraction when it is beneficial for your child’s health.Extractions