638 N. Independence Blvd.
Romeoville, IL 60446
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Romeoville Dental Center Umang Patel, DDS | Nina Arora, DDS | Kara Passolt-Kung DMD
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Gentle Children’s Dentistry in Romeoville, IL

Providing family dentistry means offering services for every member of your family—from the youngest to the oldest. We practice children’s dentistry with a compassionate outlook and a careful touch. Whether they’re doing a great job maintaining their oral health or they need a little bit of guidance, we’re here to lead them down the journey toward a healthy smile. Schedule your child’s visit with Romeoville Dental Center today!

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Our Approach

Your child’s first impression of our office can make a huge difference in their oral care for the rest of their lives. Our goal is to establish a healthy, fun-filled relationship with them so they not only look forward to visiting us but taking care of their smile as well. We believe that kids’ dentistry should combine a unique balance of education and reward so they feel empowered to take ownership of their oral health. We understand that no two children are exactly alike and we’re committed to meeting their individual needs.

Services We Offer

From routine cleanings to cavity fillings to putting your teenager in braces, we’ve got services to cover all of your bases. Our children’s dentistry services include but are not limited to:

  • Routine Cleanings
  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Dental Sealants
  • Oral Cancer Screenings
  • Custom Mouthguards
  • Tooth-Colored Fillings
  • Traditional & Clear Orthodontics

Your Child’s First Visit

During your child’s first visit with us, we’ll go the extra mile to ensure they’re comfortable from start to finish. If it’s your child’s first trip to the dentist, we’ll be sure you know exactly what to expect at their appointment and go over what their dental care will look like throughout the next few stages of their childhood. Your child should visit the dentist by the time they’re one year old or after their first tooth erupts—whichever comes first.

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