Smile Surfers Kids Dentistry

Parent Info

Information For New Patients

Find Everything You Need In One Spot!

Make sure you’re ready for your little surfer’s first appointment!

Online Forms

Online forms will be sent to you before your appointments.

Paper Forms

Our paper patient forms are also available online. Print and fill them out whenever you like!

Financial Information

At Smile Surfers, we want to make your visits stress-free. To help with that, we work within your budget by accepting the following:

Insurance Policy

We accept most insurance plans and are PPO providers for many carriers, giving our patients the freedom to choose.

What Can I Expect At My Kiddo’s First Dental Appointment?

A Warm Greeting

At Smile Surfers, our dental team will always welcome you with the brightest smile on our faces! We’d be happy to chat with you about anything and everything that’s on your mind.

Office Tour

A personalized office tour conducted by your very own “Surf Instructor” (a Dental Team Member) awaits you!

Comprehensive Exam

Once your little surfer becomes more comfortable with us, we’ll take x-rays and give their teeth a good clean. We’ll also talk to you about their oral health and any concerns we may have. Your Surf Instructor will also explain the importance of having a healthy diet and lifestyle.

We're Grinning Ear-to-Ear Now That You're Here!

We want you and your child to feel comfortable at our office, like you’ve found a second home. We look forward to seeing your little surfer grow into an awesome young adult!

Quick Tips

Start Good Habits Early

Want A Few Tips For The First Visit?

Have no fear - we’re always here to help! Check out our helpful advice below.

This is my kiddo’s first dental visit? How do I make sure it goes well?

You’re not the only one who feels this way! Don’t worry, we’re here to help. These tips will make you feel more confident in getting your kiddo excited about going to see the dentist.

  • Use upbeat and friendly language when discussing the dentist.
  • Attend your child’s dentist visits with them.
  • Make it obvious that the dentist is their “dental home” to help your little surfer create a healthy bond with him or her.
  • The less fuss, the better. It’s best to avoid telling your kiddo until the day of the visit.
  • Tell your little surfer that the dentist will check his or her teeth to make sure they are in good health.
  • Getting a good night’s sleep can help your kiddo prepare for the visit!
  • A dental appointment should not be used as a punishment for disobedience.
  • Maintain a strong oral hygiene regimen in front of the kids to provide a positive example.


Remember: It’s important to keep in mind that dental appointments are part of a child’s development. You shouldn’t offer any rewards or show that you’re worried, as this may transfer those emotions to the child.

Can I accompany my child during their appointment?

Totally! We highly encourage all parents to accompany their children to their visits. This makes your child more relaxed throughout the visit and allows us to collaborate with you on a treatment plan for his or her oral and overall health.

Are dental x-rays safe

Absolutely! A dental x-ray emits very little radiation, and your little surfer will be protected by a lead apron and other safety measures. Dental radiography not only identify cavities, but also follow growth patterns in your child’s teeth and help your dentist discover bone problems as well as other conditions. They show abnormalities and indications that a physical examination might miss. Early detection and resolution of potential issues can save you a lot of money in the long run. As such, y our child’s dentist may recommend an x-ray once or twice every 12 months depending on their risk factors for dental decay and other medical conditions.

What should I do in a dental emergency?

If your child is experiencing a dental emergency, please call our nearest office and our team will do everything possible to get your child in right away.


For further information and recommendations on what to do in case of a dental emergency, visit this page: Emergency Dentistry page

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Smile Surfers does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients. If you’re in need of translation services, please let us know! We have language assistance services available to you, completely free!