Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontist in Nesconset, NY

Nesconset NY Pediatric Dentist
62 Lake Ave., Suite A
Nesconset, NY 11767
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Monday | 9:30 am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday | 9:30 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday | 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday | 9:30 am - 7:00 pm
Friday | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday | 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday | Closed

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Our office is conveniently located in Nesconset, NY, a short drive from Smithtown, Centereach, Dix Hills, and Stony Brook. Call us today to schedule your appointment!

While Adelberg Montalvan Orthodontics acquired both Northport Harbor Orthodontics and Village of the Branch Orthodontics, we will be closing the Village of the Branch location (314 East Main Street, Smithtown) and patients will be seen in our Nesconset Location by Dr. Amanda. 

About Our Pediatric Dental & Orthodontic Services

Adelberg Montalvan is a Nesconset pediatric dental practice that provides gentle care tailored to the needs of children. Our services include:

Pediatric Dental Emergencies – We’re the best option for pediatric dental emergencies in Nesconset thanks to our extended hours. If our office is closed, you’ll be able to call and talk to one of our doctors, not an answering service.

Holistic Dentistry – Our holistic approach to pediatric dentistry places an emphasis on preventive care because we believe that your child’s overall wellness and dental health are closely linked.

Invisalign – Our practice offers Invisalign and Invisalign Teen in Nesconset. With Invisalign, patients can achieve the beautiful smiles they’ve always wanted without drawing attention to their teeth in the process.

Opalescence Teeth Whitening – Opalescence teeth whitening is recommended for older children and teens because it’s a gentle option that doesn’t harm the tooth enamel or cause sensitivity. 

Custom Mouth Guards – All children who play sports should have a custom mouthguard to protect their teeth and jaws from injury.

Pediatric Laser Dentistry – Laser dentistry gives us the ability to provide children with a more comfortable experience in the dentist’s chair. Thanks to laser technology, we can treat cavities without shots and perform frenectomies with little bleeding.

Frenectomy – Frenectomies can be used to correct infant tongue tie and lip tie in order to improve feeding and speech. Because we use advanced CO2 soft tissue lasers for frenectomies, the procedure is fast and simple. We perform infant frenectomies or tie releases for infants to aid in breastfeeding.

Pediatric Orthodontics – Our practice offers a variety of orthodontic treatment options, including early treatment, metal braces, Radiance Clear Braces, and Invisalign.

Pediatric Dental Trauma – As part of our pediatric emergency dental services, we provide prompt treatment for patients who have suffered dental trauma after an accident, fall, or blow to the head.

Preventive Dentistry – Preventive care is the most important service we provide at Adelberg Montalvan. Our goal is to keep your child smiling bright with treatments that preserve the health of their teeth.

Sedation Dentistry – With pediatric laser dentistry, dental sedation is rarely needed, but if your child is still feeling anxious about their procedure, we can discuss options for sedation. We use an anesthesiologist team for in office sedatives.

Special Needs Dentistry – Pediatric dentists also have training in treating patients with special needs. We provide gentle, compassionate care to take the stress out of dental visits for you and your child.

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Nesconset Pediatric Dental Practice

What is the difference between a dentist and a pediatric dentist?

Pediatric dentists and general dentists each attend dental school, but after graduating, pediatric dentists continue their education with two to three additional years of training focusing on the needs of pediatric patients. Our pediatric dentists are also board certified.

Should my child see a pediatric dentist?

Just like your child likely sees a pediatrician for their healthcare, it’s important for them to see a pediatric dentist for their dental care. We have advanced training which gives us more knowledge and experience in treating children’s teeth; we also offer a more welcoming experience for children so they look forward to coming to our office.

What age should a toddler go to the dentist?

The American Dental Association (ADA) and American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommend that children start seeing the dentist by their first birthday or within six months of getting their first tooth, whichever comes first.

How often should a child see a dentist?

Children should see the dentist every six months for a dental cleaning and comprehensive oral exam.

Our patients say it best…

Wonderful pediatric friendly dental and orthodontist staff. All the front staff ate so helpful and accomodating. Over 10 years of coming to this practice and all the dentists are so caring with my children.PL, Nesconset, NY
Been at the practice for years but had an emergency yesterday on a holiday. Got a doctor on the phone right away who made me feel better and they were able to see my son early the next morning. Great feeling to know that the doctor’s are always there to help, even after hours!!DC, Nesconset, NY