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Welcome to Cobblestone Kids Pediatric Dentistry

Your First Visit

It is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Academy of Pediatrics that an infant should be seen by a dentist by the age of 1 or within 6 months after his or her first tooth comes in.

Preparing your child for his or her first dental visit is encouraged. For young children there are excellent books that describe who the dentist is and why we go. The internet also has a wide range of educational games and hands-on projects related to dentistry.

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Dr. George Thomas Lynch
Dr. Katharine Woehling
Dr. Sara Gholam
Dr. Rachel Thomas

Pediatric Dentist in Philadephia

Our highly experienced pediatric dentists in Philadelphia make going to the dentist fun for kids and easier for parents! Find out what makes us unique, or book your child’s appointment today.


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Creating a Positive Experience for the Whole Family!


At Cobblestone Kids Pediatric Dentistry, we understand that going to the dentist can be an intimidating experience for young children and a harrowing one for their parents. That is why we are committed to doing everything we can to make sure your child has the best time possible. Our team consists of some of the top pediatric dentists in Philadelphia, so you know you are setting your child up for a lifetime of superior dental health. Learn more about the great, kid-friendly services we offer!




We offer comprehensive dental exams for patients as young as six months. Whether it is the check on your baby’s first tooth or a routine visit for an older child, we provide a thorough examination of your child’s teeth, gums, and jaw alignment to determine if any additional care is needed.

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Cleaning & Fluoride Treatment


After your child’s examination, our highly trained dental technicians will thoroughly clean his or her teeth to protect against cavities. You can even opt for a fluoride treatment for additional protection!

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Prevent cavities on your child’s molars with our clear sealants. We simply brush them on your child’s molars to provide long-lasting protection on your child’s chewing surfaces! Sealants are a great first step in the prevention of life-long dental issues!

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Resin Fillings


Resin fillings are tooth-colored fillings designed to fill cavities quickly and safely. These filings are designed to protect your child’s teeth against further damage and dry quickly, making the application process a breeze!

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Stainless Steel Crowns


Sometimes, despite your best efforts, extensive decay occurs. If your child’s tooth has decayed beyond the ability of a filling to repair the damage, we may suggest stainless steel crowns for superior protection. If the damaged tooth is at the front of the mouth, we apply a tooth-colored resin facing so your child’s teeth will still look great!

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Nerve Treatment


Your dentist might recommend nerve treatments or pulpotomy if decay has spread to your child’s nerves. While we hope to prevent this through preventative care, this procedure can help minimize pain in the damaged nerve while protecting it from further damage.

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There are many reasons why your pediatric dentist might recommend an extraction. Young children are in the process of transitioning from having no teeth to having baby teeth to growing in their adult teeth all in a few short years, and sometimes things don’t go as smoothly as we’d like. We may recommend an extraction to facilitate this processor to remove a tooth that is decayed beyond repair.

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Space Maintainers


Growing in an adult set of teeth is a tricky business! We may recommend space maintainers if your child’s adjacent teeth are at risk of preventing another tooth from emerging from the gum properly to prevent future issues.

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Nitrous Oxide


At Cobblestone Kids, our top priorities are safety and comfort. That is why we choose nitrous oxide for many of our procedures if pain relief is necessary. It is typically safe and allows your child to feel relaxed and comfortable during their procedures. It is also non-addictive and leaves the body quickly.

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Our Unique Approach to Pediatric Dentistry


At Cobblestone Kids in Philadelphia, our mission is to provide a positive and memorable experience for each child that walks through our door. We understand that going to the dentist can be scary for a young person, especially if it is their first time or they have had a bad past experience. That is why our staff is committed to a friendly, patient, and compassionate approach to pediatric dentistry. We believe that by creating a positive experience, we promote a lifelong passion for dental hygiene and a better outcome for your child.


Explore Our Engaging Dental Office


From the moment you walk in the door, you will be greeted by our friendly staff and ushered into our enchanting waiting room, filled with fun toys and kid-friendly art that will delight your children while they wait. When it is their turn, we will bring them to one of our unique themed patient rooms. Each of our rooms features stunning floor-to-ceiling wall art featuring beautiful wildlife and bright colors. Our rooms are sure to spark the imaginations of every child. They are designed to put your children at ease to make their cleanings and other procedures a bit more comfortable. We even provide a medical-grade TV and great movies for your child to enjoy while getting a cleaning.


Your Child’s First Appointment


The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Academy of Pediatrics both recommend that you bring your baby or toddler to the dentist before their first birthday or within six months of their first tooth emerging. Your baby or toddler’s first trip to the dentist is a huge milestone, but it can be nerve-wracking for parents. You can prepare your baby (and yourself) for this appointment by reading books about visiting the dentist, so you both know what to expect. Even if they are too young to understand, this can help you calm your own nerves.

The first appointment is typically a quick and fun experience! Your dentist will wait until your child is comfortable to begin. We take a “show and tell” approach to this first visit, showing your baby or child the tools we will be using before we begin and explaining the procedure. Then we will do a quick cleaning tailored to your child’s age. Cleanings for babies and toddlers are lightning fast, so there is no need to be nervous! Once we are done, we let you know if we’ve noticed any issues and discuss treatment options.


Quality Preventative Care That Lasts a Lifetime


Bringing your child to a pediatric dentist early and often is the best way to protect your child’s oral health and prevent the need for more complex and painful procedures later on in life. It is also the best way to teach your child proper dental hygiene habits and cleaning techniques, including brushing and flossing. Our team is here to help ensure that your child’s teeth and gums are protected from decay and cavities and are growing in properly, so they enjoy the lifelong benefits of a healthy smile.


The Best Way to Help Your Child Live a Longer, Healthier Life


Preventative dental care is about more than the health of your child’s teeth and gums. It is one of the best investments you can make into your child’s health. Gum disease is linked to various chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and other illnesses. By keeping these tissues healthy and preventing infection, we can drastically reduce the risk of these chronic conditions early, so your child can live a happier, healthier life.


Why Choose a Pediatric Specialist for Your Child?


If you have a child under the age of 18, you might be tempted to choose a general dentist to care for their teeth, but that may not be the best idea. Your child’s teeth go through numerous changes as they will go through two full sets of teeth during this time period, and their adult teeth are designed to last a lifetime. When you choose the pediatric specialists at Cobblestone Kids, you know you are getting a team with the experience and knowledge to monitor and care for the development of your child’s smile and set them up for long-term wellness.


Our Commitment to Your Child’s Safety


Safety is our number one priority when treating pediatric patients. We only use the safest tools, treatments, and researched-backed procedures. Not all procedures and pain management designed for adults are appropriate for children. That is just one more reason it is typically a good idea to choose a dentist specializing in pediatrics when choosing dental care for your child.


Discover Our Team of Expert Pediatric Dentists


Cobblestone Kids was founded by a group of world-class pediatric dentists committed to improving the outcome of oral health in the Philadelphia area. We are certified with all of the leading dental and pediatric dental associations, including the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Dental Association, and more. Learn more about the exceptional doctors that we have the privilege of working with.

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What Our Patients Are Saying


“Dr. George’s office is state of the art. He has a medical-grade/safe tv just above your kid’s head, so as they lay back, they’re watching a great movie.”-Cristy M.


Visit Your Family-Friendly Dentist in Philadelphia Today!


If you have a toddler or child in need of exceptional preventative dental care or one of our more advanced procedures, give us a call today to book your first appointment. We can’t wait to welcome you to our practice!

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