4720 Camp Robinson RD Ste B - North Little Rock, AR

Our Mission Statement

We achieve exceptional smiles by creating a fun and unique atmosphere that fosters lasting relationships with our patients based on mutual trust, customer excellence and the best care possible.

General Dentistry

Although our expertise is in transforming smiles, we pride ourselves on providing high quality general and family dental care. Regular check-ups and visits to our hygienist are key to our preventative plan to help and keep your teeth and gums healthy for a strong foundation. We treat all aspects of general dentistry from simple fillings, to a scale and polish and tooth extractions using the finest materials and the latest technology.

Types of Services

  • Dental hygiene
  • Periodontal
  • Endodontic (root canal)
  • Oral Surgery
  • Orthodontics (Braces)
  • Crowns and bridges
  • Restorative services
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Laser bleaching
  • Vizilite Plus, oral cancer screening
  • Snap on Smile®
  • Invisalign®
  • TAP Appliance®

First Visit

From the moment you call us to book your first appointment to going home with your new smile we promise to ensure that every step of your experience is as relaxing, comfortable and stress-free as possible. Our approach is very much patient-centric, as we promise to listen to your needs and concerns first and then provide you with the treatment to meet your requirements.

For those who are visiting us as first-time patients, please bring a copy of your current medical history as well as your insurance card to streamline the new patient orientation process.


Your Child's First Dental Visit

Your child's first dental visit should be scheduled between the age of 2 and 3. We recommend having a positive conversation with your child to prepare them for their dental visit. Our staff is trained to make both you and your child as comfortable as possible during dental visits.

Cleanings and Care for your Child's Teeth

Children should visit the dentist every six months for an exam, cleaning, x-rays, and fluoride treatment. To make sure they are brushing properly, supervise children under eight while they brush. Flossing is another important part of good dental hygiene and should be done once daily; however, young children may need assistance with this. Children under the age of three should not use toothpastes with fluoride unless they are able to expectorate (spit).

A healthy well-balanced diet is important to healthy teeth. Make sure the amount of sugar in your child’s diet is limited, as too much can put your child at higher risk for tooth decay. This includes foods and juices that are high in carbohydrates and sugar.

Importance of Primary Teeth

Primary teeth (baby teeth) serve several critical purposes including helping your child develop proper speech, chewing, and holding the proper space for the permanent teeth and guiding them into place. This is why it is very important that primary teeth are cared for properly and are allowed to remain in place until they are lost naturally.

Dental x-rays

Dental X-rays are safe for your child. We use lead aprons and high-speed films to protect your child from radiation exposure. In fact, exposure to radiation received in a dental exam is extremely small. X-rays detect decay, erupting teeth, missing teeth, pathology, and much more. We follow The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommendation that children have dental x-rays every six months.

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) when inhaled has a calming effect. This is a very safe, non addictive way to calm patients, prior to certain dental procedures. Patients remain fully conscious and keep all natural reflexes when breathing nitrous oxide, then it is quickly eliminated by the body. Once the patient gets up from the chair he/she should feel back to normal. Nitrous oxide may not be effective for a child that has severe anxiety or nasal congestion. Be sure to let the doctor know if your child has any respiratory conditions or difficulty breathing through their nose prior to the use of nitrous oxide for dental procedures.


Broken Tooth

Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean the area. Use cold compresses on the area to keep any swelling down. Call your dentist immediately.

Cracked Tooth

Call your dentist to schedule an appointment immediately.

Jaw – Possibly Broken

Apply cold compresses to control swelling. Go to a hospital emergency room immediately.

Knocked out Tooth

Hold the tooth by the crown and rinse off the root of the tooth in water if it's dirty. Do not scrub it or remove any attached tissue fragments. If possible, gently insert and hold the tooth in its socket. If that isn't possible, put the tooth in a cup of milk and get to the dentist as quickly as possible. Remember to take the tooth with you!


Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean it out. Gently use dental floss or an interdental cleaner to ensure that there is no other food or other debris caught between the teeth. Never put aspirin or any other painkiller against the gums near the aching tooth because it may burn the bum tissue. If the pain persists, contact your dentist.