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Office Updates

Our offices are currently open with full scope of patient care. For the safety of our patients and staff, we have implemented some modifications to our systems and procedures. During your reminder call, you will be asked some screening questions before confirming your appointment. Upon your arrival, please call or text us to check-in from your car, and you will be provided with further instruction at that time. Please note that in order to limit the number of people in our building, we ask that only one parent accompany the patient at this time.

We are committed to continuing to monitor the situation and serve you in the best way we can. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines and will provide additional updates as more information is available. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time.

At Kid’s Dentistry of North Georgia, we understand that children have very different needs when it comes to dental visits and that a positive experience at the dentist sets the stage for a lifetime of healthy teeth and big smiles. That’s why our pediatric dental office is dedicated to treating children in an encouraging and fun-filled atmosphere where a trip to the dentist is worry-free. Come experience it for yourself and call us to set up your first appointment today.

What to Expect During Your First Visit

Ryan M. Vaughn, DMD

For Dr. Ryan M. Vaughn, opening a pediatric dentistry practice has been the fulfillment of a lifelong dream…

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Emily P. Simon, DMD

Kid’s Dentistry of North Georgia is excited to welcome our new associate, Dr. Emily Simon. Dr. Simon loves giving children a reason to smile by striving to provide a fun, safe, and relaxed experience at the dental office…

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Why Pediatric Dentistry?

Our pediatric dentists, Dr. Vaughn and Dr. Simon, are highly trained and have completed a rigorous two years of residency in pediatric dentistry beyond dental school. This residency focuses on all aspects of infant, child, and adolescent growth and development, equipping pediatric dentists to deal with everything from common childhood diseases to life-saving techniques. Dr. Vaughn and Dr. Simon know how to advise children and their families in preventative care so kids develop good dental habits at a young age that will affect their health and confidence for life.

The pediatric dental experience is designed to make going to the dentist fun and worry-free so kids learn to be comfortable coming to the dentist. While oral care should begin at home just before the first tooth appears, we encourage the first visit to the dental office to take place within six months of its appearance. Dental examinations starting at an early age have shown to decrease the patient’s risk for developing cavities.

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