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#1Court Street Smiles
(347) 652-2181
293 Court St Brooklyn, NY 11231 b/t Douglass St & Degraw St
Cobble Hill
#4Keith F Silverman, DMD
(212) 877-5370
40 W 86th St New York, NY 10024 b/t W Central Park & Columbus Ave
Upper West Side
#6Quentin Smile Dental Services
(718) 339-8852
2148 Ocean Ave Ste 401 Brooklyn, NY 11229 b/t Kings Hwy & Quentin Rd
Midwood
#9Sky Dental
(212) 600-1996
111 Broadway Ste 1304 New York, NY 10006 b/t Thames St & Pine St
Financial District
#11Pediatric Dentists NYC, PC
(212) 995-8888
505 Laguardia Pl L-4 New York, NY 10012 b/t Houston St & Bleecker St
Greenwich Village
#12Marcia Grossman, DMD
(212) 472-7849
525 W End Ave Ste 1G New York, NY 10024 b/t 85th St & 86th St
Upper West Side
#14Modern Dentistry
(718) 339-6000
1997 Ocean Ave Brooklyn, NY 11230 b/t Avenue P & Avenue O
Midwood
#15W Dental
(212) 939-9399
706 St Nicholas Ave New York, NY 10031 b/t 145th St & 146th St
Harlem
#17Central Pediatric Dentistry
(718) 567-9000
757 60th St Ste 601 Brooklyn, NY 11220 b/t 7th Ave & 8th Ave
Borough Park
#18Yellow Bear Pediatric Dentistry
(718) 418-0824
331 Knickerbocker Ave Ste 3B Brooklyn, NY 11237 b/t Dekalb Ave & Hart St
Bushwick
#20Smile-Savers Pediatric Dentistry
(718) 708-6755
2100 Bartow Ave Ste 246 Bronx, NY 10475
Co-op City

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Pediatric Dentistry is a branch of dentistry dealing with the treatment and taking care of teeth and oral tissues of infants, children, and young adults.

So the Pediatric Dentist is a highly qualified professional who specializes in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental problems of infants, children, and young adults. Pediatric Dentists also specialize in the treatment of special needs patients. The pediatric dental care and treatment demand precise techniques completed rapidly and calmly from Pediatric Dentists.

It's important to remember about taking care of dental health from an early age. The teeth problem causes the growth of dangerous bacteria in the oral cavity, which leads to the reduction of children’s immunity level and promotes tooth decay.