Ormond Beach Office 386-676-7763

Port Orange Office 386-760-0550

We Are Pediatric Dentists in Ormond Beach and Port Orange, Florida.

Here at Barnes, McDonnell & Parsons Pediatric Dentistry, we strive to provide kind, comfortable care for your child that is affordable for you. We specialize in oral health care for infants, children, and adolescents up to the age of 20, including those with special medical or developmental needs.

Being the leading pediatric dentists in Port Orange and Ormond Beach FL, we provide a full range of sedation and anesthesia services for the comfort and convenience of our patients. Our team of pediatric dentists in Port Orange and Ormond Beach FL are specially trained to provide your children with individualized attention and care exclusively tailored to their needs.

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Why Children Should Visit a Pediatric Dentist Every 6 Months

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends dental check-ups at least twice a year - more for some children with increased tooth decay risk or unusual growth patterns. Studies show that six months is the average time for plaque and tartar to form on the teeth and for tooth decay to be evident by an X-ray.  Keeping Your Child Cavity-Free  Regular dentist visits are important, even if your at-home routine is perfect. Professional teeth cleanings can remove debris that n...

Preventing Teen Gingivitis

Gingivitis is hardly an adult disease. When bad bacteria settles on and in between our teeth, and we don’t do enough to sweep it away via proper brushing, flossing and rinsing, it can start to build up. And there’s no bigger playground for this bacteria than in the mouth of a teenager. With the sudden rise in hormones, inconsistent oral hygiene habits, and carb-heavy meals like pizza and sweets, your teenager could make a prime candidate for gingivitis.   Importance of Good O...

3 Reasons Your Child Should Start Flossing Now and Helpful Flossing Tools

Flossing is an essential part of good oral hygiene in adults, and kids need to floss too in order for their smile to remain healthy and cavity-free. Once a child’s teeth start getting close together (usually between the ages of two and six) parents should start getting their children in the habit of flossing daily, with assistance of course. Children usually develop the ability to floss on their own around age 10. Without flossing, tartar and plaque can build up between teeth, causing ...