Are you looking for a pediatric dentist near you? Visit Dr. Steyer and his team of dental professionals at All Smiles Pediatric and Adolescent Dentistry in Tulsa, OK, 74137. Our dental clinic in Tulsa offers a broad range of services for patients of all backgrounds, including dental sealants, extractions, crowns, fillings, teeth whitening, special needs dentistry, routine exams, and more. Find our emergency dentist near you around the following surrounding locations: E 101st St., S Yale Ave., Winbury Place, Knollwood Estates, Hunter's Pointe, Forest Oaks, Country Gentlemen Estates, South Oaks, and Quail Pointe. For over two decades, Dr. Steyer have cared for the patient's smiles in our community, and we would be honored to do the same for your children. If you have any questions at all about our oral care, please let us know. Ready to schedule an appointment with our Tulsa dentist for your kids? Fill out our quick and simple online form, and we will take care of the rest!
Dr. Steyer has over twenty years of experience and training to treat children with the highest quality of care.
When your children visit our office, their needs come first! We do everything we can to help your little ones feel comfortable.
We know a dental visit can be intimidating for some kids. We offer sedation dentistry to help ease their anxiety.
Our office is specially trained and equipped for patients of any background, and this includes patients with special needs.
Kids, adolescents, and teenagers are all welcome to visit Dr. Steyer and his team for high-quality pediatric dental care.
Need an emergency dentist near you? You can reach out to our team at any time for emergency dental treatment.
Our office does everything possible to preserve your child's natural smile, but we can also perform dental extractions as a last resort.
Losing a tooth early can be problematic for children. Thankfully, there are restorative procedures to eliminate the tooth gap.
For children who are nervous about the dentist's office, we offer several types of sedation to help them stay calm.
Dr. Steyer and his team have undergone extensive training and preparation in order to serve children with special needs.