Family Dentist in Fort Wayne, IN
If you’re searching for a family dentist who can meet all of your family’s needs in one convenient location, look no further than Sycamore Hills Dentistry. Our compassionate team is skilled in adjusting our treatments to fit the needs of each unique patient—big or small. Here, we don’t believe in cookie-cutter dentistry. Instead, we handcraft our treatments to each individual to help them maintain optimal oral health. Schedule your visit with our Fort Wayne family dentist today!
Care for the Entire Family
We understand that getting each family member to the dentist in an orderly fashion can be a struggle. That’s why we offer a variety of scheduling conveniences to keep your family’s dental care under one roof. Whether you’re searching for a routine cleaning, your child’s first dentist appointment, or a full-mouth makeover with porcelain veneers, we’ve got you covered.
Our conveniences include:
- Comprehensive Family Care
- Family Block Scheduling
- Extended Hours on Wednesdays
- Children’s Play Area
We strive to provide affordable dentistry for a variety of budgetary needs. We happily accept insurance and we offer our exclusive advantage program for those who are uninsured. Additionally, we’re offering a new patient special for a $95 exam, X-rays, and cleaning. If you would like to set up a payment plan, we offer in-house financing and accept CareCredit® and MoreMastercard®. Whatever your budgetary needs may be, we’re committed to helping you fit quality dental care into them.
Family Dentistry FAQs
When should I bring my child to the dentist?
You should bring your child in for their first dentist appointment by the time they’re one year old or when their first tooth erupts—whichever comes first.
Do you offer family blocks for appointments?
Absolutely! We’re all about making your visit as convenient as possible. Oftentimes, scheduling your family’s appointments at the same time can ease dental anxieties for nervous kiddos.
When should we begin using toothpaste?
You can begin using a very small amount of pediatric toothpaste after the first tooth erupts. Refrain from using a fluoridated toothpaste until around the age of three.