Your Baby's First Visit
As recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentists, children should go the dentist by age 1 or the age of the first tooth growth, whichever comes first.
Welcome to Easton Pediatric Dentistry!
Our office has been providing exceptional care since 2006.
We are a family-oriented specialty pediatric dental practice that provides care for children, adolescents and persons with developmental and physical disabilities.
Our dental team prides itself in following all of our patients through dental and personal maturation. Trust is an important issue with children and their parents.
We have a long-standing team that our families have grown to trust and love.
Every member of our team has chosen to work in the pediatric field due to our
love for children.
Charlene Pirner, DMD
Dr. Charlene Pirner received a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of California at Los Angeles, a Doctorate of Dental Medicine at Boston University School of Dental Medicine and a Certificate in Advanced Graduate Studies in Pediatric Dentistry at Boston University School of Dental Medicine. Currently, Dr. Pirner is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Massachusetts Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Dental Association, and the Massachusetts Dental Society.
A pediatric dentist is a dentist for pediatric patients, similiar to a pediatrician. A pediatric dentist has received an extra 2-3 years of specialized training beyond dental school. A pediatric dentist provides all aspect of dentistry to the pediatric and special needs population.
Why Choose a Pediatric Dentist?
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How to Keep Your Child's Teeth Healthy During the Candy Holidays!
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