Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry for Houston Area Residents

Flexible Payment Options and Dental Insurance

Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentists are dedicated to watching over and taking care of children’s oral health from infancy up to their teen years.

They are equipped with the qualifications and experience needed to care for children’s teeth, gums, and mouth throughout the various stages of childhood.

Going To the Dentist Should NOT Be Frightening

Many people have a genuine fear of the dentist. This is more than likely the effect of some less than desirable experiences at the dentist office when they were children. That is one reason, choosing the right dentist to start our children’s “dental life” off with could be an important decision you make today about your child’s future health and well being.

All pediatric dentist are not created equal. Some are better than others when it comes to relating to children and how they are introduced to certain dental procedures. It’s not about toys, games, cartoons and bright colors in the waiting rooms… It’s about what happens in the dentist’s chair!

Why is An Early & Pleasant Dental Experience Important?

Children start to get their baby teeth within 6 months after birth. When they reach the age of 6 or 7, they will start to lose their first set of teeth or baby teeth. Those will eventually be replaced by the secondary or permanent teeth. Proper dental care is of utmost importance during this stage because without it, children can possibly face oral decay and disease, which can lead to a lifetime of pain and complications.

Recently, early childhood dental caries, which is an infectious disease, has become 5 times more common than asthma and is now 7 times more common than hay fever. By any measure this is an issue to keep a watchful eye for your young children. Those most affected are children between 6 months to 6 years. Treatment for dental caries in children is rather straightforward, but it gets more and more costly and has longer term consequences on permanent teeth if left untreated.

Types of Services We Provide:

 Pediatric dentists provide the following treatments, which comprise the comprehensive health care of children:

Oral Health Exams for Infants

Oral health exams for infants, which include assessing the risk for caries in both the mother and the child.

Preventive Dental Care

Preventive dental care, which includes dental cleaning and fluoride treatments. On top of that, nutrition and diet recommendations are given as well.

Repair and Fillings

Repairing tooth defects and filling cavities.

Gum Disease Treatment

Treating gum diseases and conditions such as short frenulae, mucoceles, and pediatric periodontal disease.

Habit Counseling

Habit counseling such as thumb sucking and the use of pacifiers.

Assessments and Treatments

Early assessments and treatments in order to align and straighten teeth. Correction of improper bites can be done as well.

Dental Injury Treatments

Treating dental injuries such as displaced, knocked out, or fractured teeth.


Diagnosing oral conditions that are associated with certain diseases such as congenital heart defects, diabetes, hay fever, ADHD, and asthma.

Pediatric Dentistry

Bring your children in to see us and Dr. Goel. To “Schedule an Appointment”, or call (281) 446-9157.

"How do you describe something that is so superior to anyone else that you have ever experienced. There are no words to describe the skill of Dr. Bollman. She is the best!! I will leave it at that"


New Family Dentistry Patient

"I’ve been a patient of Dr. Gregory for the past 6 months and it has been a very pleasant experience. She and her staff are wonderful and have made me feel very comfortable. They are always very upbeat! Dr. Gregory did an excellent job of explaining the procedure that would be performed and it went very well – almost pain-free! I highly recommend her."

From a Patient Who Had Laser Gum Treatment

"I was happy to find Dr. Gregory after a previous bad experience. I was very nervous and she put me at ease about the procedure and made a follow-up call that evening to be sure all was well. I will feel very comfortable recommending her to all my friends."

From a Patient Who Had Gummy Smile Reduction

Book An Appointment 

Call: (281)446-9157

19502 McKay Blvd. Suite 202 Humble, TX,

Working Hours

Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.