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Welcome to the resource zone. At Dentistry 4 Kids we want our website to be utilized as a tool for new and existing families, so the experience is second to none. This website is constantly being updated - whether with content or technology - to ensure we provide the most timely information to everyone. It is optimized to work on your cell phone, just as well as it is on an iPad or computer. Feel free to browse around to learn about dental health care, to make an appointment for an exam, or to get in touch with us for an answer to a question. You are even able to access and download our online forms for New Patients to make your first visit more pleasurable. Thank you for visiting us here. We hope you find everything you need, and if you do not, please give us a call at, 909.613.1144 or Click Here to contact us, and one of our team members will be happy to help you.

 

New Patients
Making the decision for where you should bring your child for dental care is not always an easy proposition. In most communities there are many options, including whether to visit a family dentist or pediatric specialist. At Dentistry 4 Kids we do out best to make that decision as easy as possible. We encourage you to take advantage of our complimentary exam and consultation at any of our locations.

Patient Forms
To save time and make your visit more efficient, please complete the necessary forms in advance.

Payment Options

At Dentistry 4 Kids we offer several convenient options for payment of services, including financing, insurance, cash, check or credit card. Please, contact your local office to obtain more information about the best method for you and your family. 

As a courtesy we accept most insurances, all major credit cards, and can set you up for
automatic payments from a U.S. checking account to save you time.

Emergencies
In the event of an emergency that may be life threatening, immediately “DIAL 911”, or proceed to your local emergency room or urgent care facility.

If you encounter a dental emergency that is not life threatening, here a few tips for managing the crisis until you are able to visit your dentist:

     1. Remain calm and attempt to stop any bleeding.

2. Protect the area where the trauma has occurred.

     3. Refrain from taking aspirin or ibuprofen, as they may worsen the bleeding.

4. Take acetaminophen for any pain.

Call your local office for an Emergency appointment to seek immediate attention.