Winning Smiles Pediatric Dental Care

We’ve worked hard to create a space that’s welcoming, relaxing, and most of all, fun, for you and your child.  In fact, we like to think of it more as a dental “home” than a dental “office.”  The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry defines a dental home as an “ongoing […]

We’ve worked hard to create a space that’s welcoming, relaxing, and most of all, fun, for you and your child.  In fact, we like to think of it more as a dental “home” than a dental “office.”  The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry defines a dental home as an “ongoing relationship between the dentist and the patient, inclusive of all aspects of oral health care delivered in a comprehensive, continuously accessible, coordinated, and family-centered way.”  From the caring and knowledgeable dentist and staff, to the child, parent and eco-friendly equipment and furnishings, we’ve done our best to make you feel like family in a place that will become your child’s dental home for years to come.  Our mission is to provide the kids of Pittsburgh with high quality dental education and treatment needed to grow into happy, healthy adults. 

Take a look around.  Learn more about our unique ability to connect with and provide top notch dental care to children of all ages.  Check out our wide range of services and how we make them as comfortable as possible.  Meet Dr. Erin and browse the gallery to find out how we, along with Artemis Environmental, a local “green” construction and design company, have thoughtfully planned and built (from scratch!) a comfortable, healthy and safe space for you, your kids and our planet. 

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