Why Choose Smiles 4 Keeps Pediatric Dentistry + Braces?

With over 45 years in business, we’ve designED a practice entirely focused on pediatric care.

CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

Our Smile Centers provide high-quality services to our young patients in Northeast PA. With over 45 years in business, we’ve designed an office entirely focused on our pediatric care.

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INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY

We use all the latest equipment that allows us to treat children of all ages in the safest environment possible. We use in-office sedation to avoid hospitalization and most of our treatments are usually completed in one visit.

Dental Services Provided

PATIENT FINANCING

We have a variety of payment and financing options to help you pay for the dental care that your child or children need.

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Lunch Box Notes

What’s better than a healthy lunch to promote learning and good oral health? A lunch packed with positive, affirming notes to remind your child that he or she is loved and supported. Smiles 4 Keeps created fun, printable lunch notes to drop into lunch boxes when you want to add a little something to make their day. Simply download, print and cut!

Activity Sheets (Hojas de Actividades)

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. Help promote the benefits of good oral health to your children with these fun downloadable activity sheets!

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at our Smile Centers in Bartonsville, Hazleton, Scranton and Wilkes-Barre.

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Painful Tooth Eruption: What to do If Your Child’s New Tooth Hurts

Baby teeth are also called primary teeth or deciduous teeth. The process when a child’s baby tooth goes through the gums and becomes visible above the gum line is called tooth eruption.

This process occurs when the child is just a little baby, and it continues through childhood and the teenage years. Each one of us will have two sets of teeth in life: baby teeth and permanent teeth.

A Few of the Best Sugar Substitutes for Your Child’s Teeth

Kids seriously love sugar. From cereals to candies, sugary beverages, and more — kids are bombarded with sweetness. And it’s easy for them to get addicted. But as you may know, sugar is definitely not good for your child’s teeth. In fact, according to research published in the journal BMC Public Health, sugars are the […]

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Maybe your kids love candy a little bit too much, or they don’t take care of their teeth regularly, despite your best efforts. Cavities can be annoying, painful, and embarrassing for kids; not to mention how expensive they can be for you to fix. But there are things you, as parents, can do to protect […]