Optimum Dental Care

We’re committed to being leaders in our community in representing the special oral healthcare of children.

Designed for Children

Kids shouldn’t hate going to the dentist, so we create a pleasant, supportive environment— for your children and you.

Have Questions?

Learn more about dental care for your child. From general information to a specific age group, we can help.

Five Locations, One Top-Notch Dental Service

Come in and take a tour of our comfortable offices.
Our friendly staff would love to meet you, and show you why we want you to consider us
the “Dental Home” for your child—a place you can rely on
for your family’s dental and orthodontic needs.
If you have any questions, please call (704) 377-3687 for assistance.

Cotswold

charlotte pediatric midtown location

DAVIDSON

Davidson Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry Office

UNIVERSITY

University location for Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry

GASTONIA

Waiting Area of our Charlotte Pediatric Dentistry office in Gastonia.

Waverly

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