What Sets Us Apart?

It’s a place of comfort, a place of friendship, a place you want to be. That’s how Drs. Ellis, Green and Jenkins have designed this practice – a fun, inviting environment for children and adults alike. Here, you’ll find your family’s dental care home.

What Sets Us Apart!

Here at Drs. Ellis, Green, and Jenkins, we are committed to providing the highest quality dental care available in a fun, child-friendly environment. We emphasize prevention and treatment techniques to ensure that our patients receive the foundation for a lifetime of good oral health. Our goal is to develop a generation of children who do not fear the dentist, but who actually enjoy going to the dentist! We truly love working with children, take great pride in the way we practice dentistry, and have worked to establish an excellent reputation in the community.

Each of our pediatric dentists has been acknowledged by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and has earned the title of Diplomate. This board certification is the most prestigious of credentials within the field of pediatric dentistry and is earned and maintained only by those dedicated to providing exceptional patient care through voluntary commitment and lifelong learning.

Game Room & Movie Room

We want to make coming to our practice fun! Therefore, we have provided our patients with a game room, complete with vintage arcade games. And, don’t forget our movie room, where patients can kick back on a comfy sofa, relax, and watch a favorite movie!

First Visit by Age One

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that children begin seeing a pediatric dentist either when they get their first tooth or by the age of one. On average, children will get their first tooth between 6-12 months of age.

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Expectant Moms

There is new research suggesting a link between gum disease and pregnant women and premature, low birth weight in babies. According to research by the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, there are more premature babies born every year linked to gum disease than there are to smoking and alcohol combined.

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