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About us

What you should know

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), American Dental Association (ADA), and American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) all recommend establishing a “Dental Home” for your child by one year of age.  Children who have a dental home are more likely to receive appropriate preventive and routine oral health care.

Richmond Dentistry for Children provides diagnostic, preventive, and restorative dental care for infants, children, adolescents, and patients with special needs using some of today’s most advanced dental technology, equipment, and materials.

Our Process

Child’s First Visit

Your child’s first visit with Richmond Dentistry for Children can be pleasant and uneventful. Our goal is to introduce the child and parents to the dental practice and team. While with us, we will expose you to the dental environment and establish a baseline to follow as your child ages. Our process places emphasis on the developmental assessment of your child’s oral health. Choosing a pediatric dentist for your child is important, as tooth decay or developmental disturbances can be managed better if we start early.


  • Complete medical history
  • Note clinical dental caries
  • Hard and soft tissue irregularities
  • Dental hygiene
  • Enamel decalcification, hypoplasia
  • Dietary staining

Caries Risk Assessment

  • Bottle or breast fed at night on demand
  • Decalcification/caries present
  • Brushing and oral home care
  • Snacks and sugary foods assessment

Diet Counseling for Infants

  • No juice or milk in bed
  • Avoid too many sugary drinks and sodas
  • Encourage variety and a balanced diet
  • Establish a snack time
  • Low-sugar snacks
  • Fluorides – varnish, topical and systemic

Oral Home Care for Infants

  • Brush teeth, gums, and tongue after feeding or at least 2x daily, morning and night
  • A small, soft toothbrush
  • Pea size amount of toothpaste with fluoride


What our patients say

Rana Graham-Montaque

Dr. Adams is amazing. He’s been a staple in the community and goes above and beyond to take care is his patients. Dr. Allen is a wonderful addition and has the same enthusiasm with his patients.

Sara Donaldson

I gave Richmond Dentistry for Children a 5-Star rating on Google.

Michael Lease

I gave Richmond Dentistry for Children a 5-Star rating on Google.