Pediatric Dental Associates is excited to serve the community of Northeast Philadelphia. Our doctors, Dr. Erin McGrath, Dr. Sharon K. Hamilton, Dr. Ashley Lebak, Dr. Noah Quinn, and Dr. Kim Thomas, are specifically trained to treat children as pediatric dentists and help them practice healthy habits at a young age. Our team is committed to providing quality pediatric dental care for children from their toddler years on through their teenage years.
About Our Pediatric Dental Office in Northeast Philly
Healthy smiles start here! From the moment you step foot into the office, 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 Northeast Philadelphia office has a kid-friendly, colorful atmosphere that keeps our patients entertained before going in for their appointment.
Is your child a bit nervous about visiting the dentist? You can request a tour of our Northeast Philly office by sending an email to email@example.com prior to coming in for their first appointment. This will help your little one get to know our doctor and staff, calm their nerves, and make their dental visit go even more smoothly. You can schedule your child’s appointment at our Northeast Philadelphia office here.
How to Get to Our Pediatric Dental Office
You’ll find Pediatric Dental Associates of Northeast Philadelphia on the lower level next door to the Sunoco Gas Station and across the street from the Hessert Chevrolet. Our Northeast Philly office is conveniently located along Septa Bus Routes 1, 14, and 20 at Roosevelt Boulevard and Levick Street or Route 58 at the corner of Bustleton Avenue and Levick Street, all just within one minute walk from our office. Bus Routes 50 and 58 are also accessible within walking distance of our office. Our parking area is located directly off of Bustleton and our building is ADA accessible.
What to Expect at Your Child’s 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 team loves to get involved in our community by visiting kids in surrounding school districts or attending local community events. If you’re an educator or parent who would like us to visit your school or event, you can request an Oral Health presentation here or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.