301 N Harrison St, Princeton, NJ 08540

      (609) 454-0766

Pediatric Dental Care

We Love Seeing Children

Parents know their child’s early experiences at the dentist will have a profound influence on their feelings toward dentists later in life. The kind and patient team at Dental Care Princeton strives to makes children’s’ office visits enjoyable, shaping a positive future of dental health. Our staff understands that it’s important to move at a pace each child is comfortable with, easing nerves for children — and their parents. That is why Dental Care Princeton is families favorite dentist in Princeton New Jersey.

kids1Visits to the dentist can be fun!

At Dental Care Princeton, we’ve made it a priority to ensure your child’s visit is positive — and have even designed a unique kids play area complete with PlayStation video games to enhance their time in the office. From our warm and supportive environment, to the gentle staff, teddy bears, HDTVs in the exam rooms and even prizes!. We make sure your child remembers their experience with a smile.

When should my child first visit a dentist?

kids3Children should begin regular dental visits around their first birthday, according to recommendations from the AAPD (American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry). Starting healthy dental habits at a young age will help detect and treat any issues early and even help avoid later problems.

How frequently should my child visit the dentist?


It’s recommended that your child make regular visits to the dentist every 6 months to detect and lower the risk of cavities and regulate your child’s preventive care. The benefits to regular visits for children are many, including detecting dental problems and removing plaque which can cause bad breath and even gum infection.