Childrens Dental Group

Childrens Dental Group

Making a difference

in the lives of our patients every day.

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Pediatric Dental Group

Creating bright futures

and helping them reach for the stars.

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Kids Dental Office

Our unique approach

helps build positive impressions.

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Welcome!

Welcome to Childrens Dental Group! With offices in Oxnard, Camarillo, Thousand Oaks, and Simi Valley, our pediatric dentists and orthodontists provide a fun, kid-friendly environment with warm, caring doctors and staff. We ensure every visit is a positive and comfortable experience for our young patients, preparing them for a lifetime of healthy smiles!

Smiles that Sparkle

The earlier the dental visit, the better the chances of preventing problems. Our pediatric dentists and orthodontists are specialists trained to work with children. Our team works with the parents as well, educating them on the importance of strong, healthy teeth that will help your child chew easily, speak clearly and feel good about his/her appearance.

Plan a Visit

Conveniently located throughout Ventura County, you can visit an office of your choice. Each Childrens Dental Group office has its own website, sharing information on the pediatric dentists, orthodontists and helpful staff. Plus, you can take a visual tour of all our spaceship offices, before your appointment; all to ensure the comfort and ease of your child’s dental health.

We Accept Several Insurance Plans!

News

Good Oral Health for Babies

August 3, 2017

Baby teeth, also known as primary teeth, are just as important as permanent teeth. The primary teeth help your child speak and chew. They also act as placeholders for the permanent teeth. Good oral health is important and should start as soon as solid food is introduced. Here are some…

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Tooth Decay

July 31, 2017

How early can my child get a cavity? According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research nearly 28% of children ages 2 to 5 develop at least one cavity and 42% of children age 2 to 11 develop at least one cavity in their primary teeth. Cavities can be serious and…

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Ensuring Good Oral Health in your Child

May 31, 2017

Tooth decay is one of the most common conditions of children in the United States. Untreated tooth decay can cause infections and pain, which can lead to problems with eating, speaking, playing and learning. The good news is tooth decay is preventable. Teaching your child proper oral hygiene…

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Tooth Trauma

May 31, 2017

Your child fell on the playground and knocked out a tooth? What do you do? Trauma to the oral region is very common, being 5% of all injuries. In preschool 18% of children’s injuries occur in the oral region. Why are children so prone to oral injuries? The majority of oral injuries occur…

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