Lawrence A. Schiff, D.M.D.
Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry

Jill M. Zurek, D.D.S.
Dentistry for Children and Adolescents

Richard Titlebaum, D.M.D.
Root Canal Specialist

Jonathan A. Waasdorp, D.D.S
Periodontics and Implant Dentistry

Jill Moniz, D.M.D.
Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry

Bobbi Rose

Wishing our amazing patient Bobbi Rose a Happy 100th Birthday!

Washington Pediatric Dentistry

Did you know that each year children will miss an average of 52 million hours of school because of oral health problems? Additionally, about 12.5 million days each year are also lost due to restricted activity from dental symptoms. Ingraining good oral hygiene practices and habits in children during childhood is every good parent's responsibility and it's something we take seriously as Fort Washington pediatric dentistry specialists.

The Schiff Dental Group has been providing all kinds of Ft. Washington pediatric dental services to teenagers, children and infants in the surrounding areas for years now. Because of our experience and love of children we have gained a reputation as one of the leading Fort Washington pediatric dentist offices. Our pediatric dentists don't just clean your child's teeth and check them out for cavities. When you visit our Ft. Washington pediatric dental practice your child will also receive an education on how to build and maintain proper oral hygiene habits like: • How and when to properly brush their teeth
• How to gently yet thoroughly floss their teeth
• What kinds of things can hurt or weaken their teeth
• And much more

Pediatric Dentist in Fort Washington, PA

Proper oral hygiene and oral care should begin at infancy, your child should have their first dentist visit by the age of 1. Neglecting to teach your child about proper oral health or not bringing them to the dentist's office regularly will not only hurt your child's smile, it can also lead to heart problems down the road when they enter adulthood. As a leading Fort Washington pediatric dental center we are experienced in handling a variety of pediatric dental issues including: • Making impressions for spacers and retainers
• Crowns
• Regular teeth cleaning
• X-rays if needed
• Keeping a comprehensive record of your child's medical and dental histories
• Sealing teeth
• Root canals
• And a whole lot more

We understand that children can sometimes be scared or uneasy when it comes to visiting the dentist. We won't use any scary words when answering their questions and we will always treat your child gently and with respect. At our Fort Washington pediatric dental practice we know that pediatric dental care can be fun! Does your child need pediatric dental work? Give us a call! Our Ft. Washington pediatric dental specialists are standing by. 215.233.1163