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Experienced Pediatric Dentistry You Can Trust

Over the years, Dr. Neil Dean has helped thousands of children achieve the strong, healthy smiles they deserve along with the confidence that comes with them! A dedicated clinician and loving father, he understands that each child has very unique oral health needs. He always personalizes his approach to ensure his patients get exactly what they need in the most comfortable and efficient way possible.

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Experienced Orthodontist
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Dr. Kim Rogers grew up just 30 minutes from our office, and now she’s thrilled to be using her education and training to help growing smiles thrive! She attended The University of Texas at Austin before earning her dental doctorate at the Texas A&M University – Baylor College of Dentistry (where she graduated on the Dean’s Honor List!). She was then selected for one of the top orthodontic residency programs, completed her master’s degree in oral biology, and earned her certificate in orthodontics. Today, she is a board-certified Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontists as well!

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Why Choose a Board-Certified
Pediatric Dentist?

Right after graduating from dental school, Dr. Dean completed a multi-year residency that involved rigorous training specifically dedicated to treating patients aged 18 and under. With him, you can trust that your child’s smile is in the hands of a true expert.

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What Others Are Saying

"Dr. Dean is a kind doctor who truly cares about his patient’s needs. The administrative staff and dental staff both provide good customer service and they are very kid-friendly. Best of all, each visit has been finished in a timely manner. Very pleased!"

Jenna R., Flower Mound, TX

"Dr. Neil Dean and his team did go above and beyond to help me to get in both of my girls. This office is amazing, they listen to you, they are willing to help you, and Dr. Dean is an awesome doctor who is really nice with kids and does a great job every time we go. Highly recommended!"

Janna S., Flower Mound, TX

"This office has taken care of my disabled son for many years now. Dr. Dean is so patient with him. I always recommend this office when I’m asked where I take my children. The staff is always professional and attentive."

Salina R., Flower Mound, TX
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Flexible Payment Options

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Our pediatric dental office near Highland Village is happy to work with dental insurance and is in-network with most popular PPO plans. We will verify benefits and file claims on your behalf.

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No Dental Insurance?
No Worries!

We try to make caring for your children's teeth affordable for folks without dental insurance. We offer discounted fees for our cash patients.

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When it comes to paying for your child's care, it's good to have options. Our team can help you explore methods of payment, discounts, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s upcoming visit? We are always happy to provide you with the information you need regarding dental care. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we are asked about children’s dental care near Lantana. If you don’t see what you’re looking for below, give us a call to reach out! One of our team members would be happy to help.

How do I get emergency dental care for my child?

If your child has a life-threatening dental emergency, you should call 911 right away. However, if the issue is not life-threatening, their dentist can help! The first step in getting emergency dental care is to give us a call. This way, one of our team members can help. In most cases, your child should be able to get a same-day appointment, and we will always do everything we can to see your child as soon as possible. Dental emergencies often indicate more serious dental issues. If your child isn’t attending regular cleanings and checkups , this is a good time to get back on track.

What do you do if you can't afford a pediatric dentist?

Generally speaking, it isn’t dentistry that is expensive. It is when oral health is neglected. The best way to keep your child’s dental care affordable is by preventing issues from occurring in the first place. This means maintaining an excellent dental hygiene routine with brushing and flossing as well as attending regular cleanings and checkups. Dental insurance is a great tool to help make dental care more affordable. Most of the time, preventive treatments, like cleanings and checkups, and entirely covered by your provider. At KidSmiles, we offer a Dental Savings Plan to help families without dental insurance save on dental treatments. Low-interest financing is also available for uninsured patients. Give us a call to learn more.

What level of education is required to be a dentist?

All dentists in the United States must have received either a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS) degree from one of the 67 accredited dental schools in the United States. To get accepted into dental school, one requires a bachelor’s degree. Dental school takes three years with a combination of classroom and hands-on learning. Dentists can continue their education by earning 1 of 12 specializations recognized by the American Dental Association, including Pediatric Dentistry. These require an additional three or more years of training. To keep their license, dentists must complete a certain number of continuing education hours a year.

How much does a dental check-up & cleaning cost in Flower Mound?

The cost of a dental cleaning and checkup can vary on geography and other factors, including your child’s dental health. A checkup and cleaning should begin with a patient health history and a discussion of any concerns. It should also include a thorough exam completed by the pediatric dentist , a professional cleaning, X-rays, and checking for any abnormalities. The average in markets throughout the United States is between $200 and $350. If you have dental insurance, the cost is negotiated by the insurance company and pediatric dentist.