My First Visit

At the first visit in our office, a pediatric dental exam will be completed in a safe, comfortable and relaxed manner. A dental exam is composed of a thorough evaluation of all hard (teeth) and soft tissues (gums) for the detection of cavities and oral health conditions. Diagnostic aids such as x-rays may be needed to help with this visual examination. Using kid-friendly terminology at all times, Dr. Chris will assess your child’s overall oral health as well as monitor your child’s growth and skeletal development. Our goal is to provide the best experience possible!

Financing & Insurance

Financing options

Peak Pediatric Dentistry Financing Option

We gladly accept major credit cards, checks, cash, and PPO Insurance. Additionally we offer Care Credit financing for convenience.

Care Credit

Patient Insurance Accepted

At Peak Pediatric Dentistry, we are contracted and accept the following dental insurance plans.

PPO INSURANCE PLANS

• AETNA

• AMERITAS

• ANTHEM/UNICARE PPO 100/200/300

• ANTHEM BCBS /UNICARE / WELLPOINT

• ASSURANT PPO‐DHA

• CIGNA‐(CORE/PLUS/DSA)

• DELTA DENTAL PPO

• DELTA PREMIERE (GENERAL DENTIST REQUIRED TO ENROLL IN PPO AS WELL)

• DENTEGRA

• GEHA/CONNECTION DENTAL (90 DAY PROCESSING)

• GUARDIAN

• HUMANA

• METLIFE

• PRINCIPAL

• UNITED CONCORDIA ‐ NATIONAL ADVANTAGE

• UNITED HEALTHCARE (PPO, PPO2)

DISCOUNT PLANS

• AMERIPLAN

• AVIA

• CARE PLATINUM POS

• CARE POS

• CARE 500

• HIP VIP

• HIP PRIME

• DDS

• UNI‐CARE 100

• UNI‐CARE 200

If you cannot find your plan on this list, please call our office for additional information

Patient Forms

Referral Form

Tooth Snack Guide

Trauma Guide

New Patient Paperwork

Membership

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Why Are Babies Advised To See a Dentist?

Why Are Babies Advised To See a Dentist?

10/26/2022

Taking your baby to the dentist seems like it may be not necessary, but taking them is actually important. Most parents wonder what the correct age is to take their baby to the dentist. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentists recommends parents seek out a dentist for their child by the age of one years old, or when they notice the first tooth erupting.

Why Are Babies Advised To See a Dentist?

Why Are Babies Advised To See a Dentist?

10/26/2022

Taking your baby to the dentist seems like it may be not necessary, but taking them is actually important. Most parents wonder what the correct age is to take their baby to the dentist. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentists recommends parents seek out a dentist for their child by the age of one years old, or when they notice the first tooth erupting.

Can Fruit Juice Cause Tooth Decay?

Can Fruit Juice Cause Tooth Decay?

10/26/2022

Fruit juice is thought of as a healthy way to give children the vitamins they need. Juice is packed with sugar and acids that can cause damage to your child’s teeth. Teaching a child good eating and drinking habits is important, so they do not expect to have juice all of the time. Choosing water over juice is best and saving juice for special occasions can help. We are always giving our patients advice regarding how to take care of their teeth and mouth at a young age. Our staff is trained to give recommendations on diet and what foods to avoid in order to keep your child’s teeth cavity free. 

What Is the Correct Age To Take Away a Child’s Pacifier?

What Is the Correct Age To Take Away a Child’s Pacifier?

10/26/2022

Pacifiers offer comfort and help to reduce stress in infants. Many parents wonder when it is appropriate to wean their child off the pacifier. If a pacifier is not taken away at a certain age it can cause serious issues with a child’s teeth, mouth, and jaw. At Dentist X, we support our patients and parents and know weaning a child from the pacifier is hard. As much as the pacifier is needed in the early stages of life, it is just as important to take it away, so your child does not develop any issues in the future.