At the office of Little Smiles of Levittown, we treat children from infancy through adolescence and are especially sensitive to addressing the oral healthcare needs of children with special needs. Our professional team is knowledgeable in all aspects of child growth and development, behavior management, and dental health, as well as methods of anesthesia and sedation. With advanced training and experience in the field of pediatric dentistry, we’re well equipped to address the dental needs of children of all ages.
If your child has special needs and you’re searching for quality dental care in a warm, nurturing, and relaxing environment, our office welcomes the opportunity to help your child maintain optimal oral health.
Not only are many individuals with special needs more susceptible to tooth decay and dental disease, but visits to the dentist can also be a challenge. Routine dental checkups, as well as undergoing preventive or restorative care, often pose unique difficulties for children with chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional conditions.
As a skilled and compassionate provider of care, our office understands how challenging it may be for a child with special needs to sit for and tolerate dental care. We work patiently with your child to ensure their comfort and earn their trust. By approaching care with expertise and kindness, we strive to make each patient feel comfortable and every visit a positive experience.
With several years of advanced specialty training, our pediatric dentist provides personalized dental services to treat children with conditions such as:
If you’re seeking a pediatric and special needs dentist who can provide the highest quality of skilled and compassionate care for your children, give us a call today. We look forward to welcoming your family into ours!
Our goal is to help every patient experience the benefits of good oral health and a beautiful smile. We value the trust you have placed in our office and strive to provide solutions that meet your dental needs and expectations of care.