Lindsey Kramer

Meet Dr. Katy Kramer, our new dentist

Dentistry for Children is excited to announce that Dr. Katy Kramer will be joining our team in January 2023! What makes this announcement even more exciting, is Dr. Katy is Dr. Mitch’s sister. “I am eager to introduce our patients and their families to Dr. Katy. Her strength in clinical care, coupled with her enthusiasm

Selecting Dental Tools for a Healthy Smile

  Primary teeth, also referred to as baby teeth, play an important role in your child’s overall development and oral health. Primary teeth are important for both chewing and speaking, as well as a place holder for permanent teeth to come. If a tooth becomes missing too early in a child’s development, it can affect

Meet Isabel, Our Dental Assistant

  When thinking of someone who works with children and what qualities make them best suited for the job, Isabel has them all! She is patient, caring, kind-hearted, a good listener, and so much more! Dentistry for Children is so fortunate to have Isabel for both her expertise chairside and her endearing personality. Isabel came

Guard Your Smile, Facial Protection Month

  The weather is finally warming up and we’re all eager to get outside and play. How fitting then, that April is National Facial Protection Month?  Whether you find yourself engaging in full contact sports like football and hockey or you enjoy softball and skateboarding, they all present potential dangers for dental trauma and concussion.


UPDATED: 05-11-2020 FORMS: COVID-19 Patient Disclosure Form COVID-19 Acknowledgment of Risk Form UPDATED PROTOCOL: The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed everyone’s lives from education and work to grocery shopping and errands.  Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits