Pediatric Dental Associates on Allegheny Avenue is excited to serve the city of Philadelphia and the local neighborhoods of Port Richmond, Kensington, North Kensington, Fishtown, Bridesburg, Juniata Park, Frankford, and Harrowgate.
Our pediatric dentists, Dr. Michael Rosenbaum, Dr. Sharon K. Hamilton, Dr. Ashley Lebak, Dr. Noah Quinn, Dr. Kim Thomas, Dr. Paul Bahn, and Dr. Alegria D’Agostino are specifically trained to treat children and help them practice healthy habits at a young age. Our doctors and clinical team are committed to providing quality pediatric dental care for children from their toddler years on through their teenage years.
About Our Pediatric Dental Office on Allegheny Avenue
Come on in and take a 3D Tour of our Allegheny office! From the moment you walk in the door, our goal is to provide an interactive experience for all of our kiddos so they look forward to coming to the dentist for years to come. Our Allegheny office is very spacious and features a unique park theme so parents can sit back and relax while their child begins their dental adventure. Our office keeps our patients entertained with kid’s movies, a special coloring room, games, and more. Click below to take a look around our office before your child’s appointment!
How to Get to Our Allegheny Avenue Dental Office for Children
You’ll find our office off of East Allegheny Ave and Tulip Street on the second floor of the Commonwealth medical building. We provide specialized dentistry for kids in a convenient location in the heart of Philly. Our pediatric dental office is located at the intersection of Allegheny Avenue and Tulip Street in the Port Richmond neighborhood of Philadelphia. We are conveniently located along Septa Bus Routes 60 and 25, with nearby stations including Allegheny Avenue & Aramingo Avenue. The Market-Frankford Line – Allegheny Station is just a 13-minute walk from our office. You can schedule your child’s appointment at our Allegheny office here.
What to Expect at Your Child’s Dental Appointment
When the doctor is ready to see your child, they’ll be taken back to our open hygiene area. Our dental assistants or hygienists will perform a thorough cleaning and flossing to eliminate any plaque that has built up and look for any signs of tooth decay. Our doctors will then inspect your child’s mouth for cavities and consult with you if any further treatment is recommended or necessary. You can read more about what to expect at your child’s dental checkup here.
Dental Health Resources for Neighboring Communities and School Districts
We’re always looking for opportunities to help our patients form healthy habits at a young age! Our pediatric dental team loves to get involved in our community by visiting kids in surrounding schools, daycares, headstart programs, or attending local community events. Our team visits children within the Philadelphia School District, Philadelphia Charter Schools, Parochial Schools and more. We provide tailored oral health presentations that detail proper tooth brushing techniques, tooth-healthy foods, nutritional tips, and more. If you’re an educator or parent who would like us to visit your school or event, you can request an Oral Health Presentation at your school, daycare, or community center here or by emailing email@example.com.