Grand Prairie Pediatric Dentist

Caring for your children’s teeth is what we do best at South Texas Dental. We love kids and enjoy taking care of your child’s dental needs from the time the first tooth arrives. Our pediatric dentists receive two to three years of extra education and training specializing in children’s dental care. This gives them the greater knowledge over general dentists to help care for children’s oral health, while making kids feel comfortable. Kids feel at ease when they receive their dental care here. If you are looking for a quality pediatric dentist in Grand Prairie, look no further than South Texas Dental.

Your children’s teeth are important to their health. Not only is a beautiful smile good for their self-confidence and esteem as they grow older, it is important for overall health. Poor oral care can lead to decay, infection and gum disease that are linked to serious health problems like diabetes and stroke. In addition, those pearly whites are needed for excellent speech patterns and healthy eating. Get your kids started on a healthy path by making sure their dental care is a top priority.

Dental Care for Kids

Budgets can be tight when you have a growing family, but dental care is a necessity. At South Texas Dental, we help make it affordable for you and your children to get the dental care you need. Preventive checkups and cleanings are the best way to keep dental costs low. We accept most dental plans, including CHIP and Medicaid, which cover most preventive treatments. Your children deserve a healthy smile and we can make it work with your budget at South Texas Dental.

When you want affordable dental care for your kids in Grand Prairie, contact our child-friendly team at South Texas Dental. Your kids will love our children’s play area and parents are always allowed to join their children while they receive their dental care. Contact us today to schedule your child’s first examination.

We Accept  
  •  Medicaid
  •  CHIP
  •  Most Insurance
  •  Cash
  •  Credit Cards
  •  CareCredit