Roswell Dentist Service

Situated in the northern part of Georgia’s Fulton County, Roswell is the seventh largest city in the state and home to nearly 95,000 people. A staggering 24% of the population are children and teenagers under the age of 18 who require a complete healthcare system to grow and thrive – a critical part of which is a full-service pediatric dentist. This is where Children’s Dental Zone comes in.


Children’s Dentist You Can Count On

As a dedicated children’s dentist serving Roswell, GA, we are proud to offer a full spectrum of dental services that every child needs from birth to the end of their teenage years. Drs. King, Lulu, Procter, and LaGree have undergone years of specialized training in pediatric dentistry, granting them the unique ability to handle all manner of issues exclusive to children.


Our pediatric services include:

As part of our commitment to offering top-quality dental care to children of all ages, our team is fully licensed and experienced in administering sedation to help calm anxious and fearful children. Dental phobia is an unfortunate childhood “ailment” that many of us have experienced, which is why we are dedicated to providing the comfortable and fun dental experience that your child deserves.


Our Dentist Office

Our office is located less than 30 minutes away from your Roswell home or school: Holcomb Bridge Road and Old Alabama Road will bring you straight to our doors. You can find us just east of the Saint Brigid Catholic Church and steps away from the local Moms & Pops hospital.

If you are ready to work with a highly qualified Roswell children’s dentist, we welcome you to call 678-951-8942 or schedule your first appointment with us today. The Children’s Dental Zone team looks forward to redefining the concept of pediatric dentistry for children and parents alike!

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