Pediatric Dental Services in Franklin, TN
Making kids smile during and after the dentist.
Pediatric Dentistry and Special Needs
Our children's dentist in Franklin, TN delivers personalized care.
Pediatric dentistry is a specialty area focused on helping children maintain a healthy, beautiful smile. Young patients can learn about their dental health and how to build good habits, while parents can easily stay informed and involved throughout the process.
At Franklin Children’s Dentistry in Franklin, TN, we work exclusively with children and special needs patients to create a stress-free visit each time.
What We Offer
Check out our pediatric dental services.
Let’s prevent minor dental problems from turning into major ones. Franklin Children’s Dentistry in Franklin, TN offers modern dental services for kids and patients with disabilities.
These include cleanings, exams, prevention, BPA-free and metal-free fillings, sedation, and more.
Our full list of services for kids includes:
Special Needs Dentistry
Fluoride Treatments (optional)
White fillings (metal-free and BPA-free)
White Crowns (front and back teeth)
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Franklin Children’s Dentistry offers preventive, restorative, and sedation dentistry for kids.
Gentle cleanings reach the tough, tight spots your kiddo might miss while brushing. Our team also takes the time to explain how to best care for your child’s teeth and gums to prevent cavities and periodontal disease.
Our office utilizes metal-free and BPA-free white fillings. We also offer white crowns for the front and back teeth. Additionally, we offer sealants to help protect permanent molars in kids.
Our practice offers fluoride varnish to help strengthen teeth after cleanings. Fluoride treatments are optional though if you prefer to be fluoride-free. Let us know and we can recommend fluoride-free alternatives!
For restorative procedures, we offer nitrous oxide and sedation dentistry for kids. We also work with Nashville Office-Based Anesthesia (NOBA) dental anesthesiologists to provide in-office general anesthesia if more complex treatment is required.