On March 21st the state issued an executive order that mandates that dental offices perform only emergency dental care (defined as life threatening) until April 22nd. It is with a heavy heart that we have to close Pediatric Dentistry of Haslet during that time. If you have a severe dental emergency please call 817-941-5502 before going to an emergency room. If you have any dental appointment with us we will call you to reschedule as soon as we receive clearance to do so.
Dr Jason Ashcroft, Dr. Juveria Hussain and the team at Pediatric Dentistry of Haslet
We are a pediatric dental specialist office located in Haslet, TX. We are open Monday through Thursday from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Our mission at Pediatric Dentistry of Haslet is to provide your child with the best dental care in a way that is fun and exciting and in an enjoyable environment that is friendly and unintimidating.
Our goal is to help your child build a strong and lifelong oral care foundation.
We are conveniently located near the communities of Haslet, Justin, Alliance, Keller, Saginaw, Fort Worth, Boyd, Rhome, Decatur, Roanoke, Newark, Azle, Ponder, and Eagle Mountain.
We participate in most major dental plans and Medicaid, however it is your responsibility to contact your dental insurance company to confirm that we are a participating provider for your specific dental plan.
Why do you take your child to a pediatrician instead of your family doctor? Pediatric dentists have had two to three years of specialized training after graduating dental school to help them better treat children. A kids dental office treats children all day, every day, in a kid friendly environment. They understand that a traumatic dental experience can leave long lasting scars on a child's developing psyche and they do everything possible to treat your child in the safest and least traumatic way.
Pediatric dentists are more familiar with diseases that affect early childhood and their effects both medically and dentally. Children's dental specialists are accustomed to treating patients with special needs ranging from severe heart defects, receiving cancer treatmnt, bleeding disorders, autism, cleft lip and palate, and other genetic disorders. They have been taught behavior management styles both psychologically and pharmaceutically (ie nitrous oxide, oral sedation also known as conscious sedation, hospital dentistry).
Why not take you child to an office that provides board certified dentistry for children?
In the event of an overpayment please contact our office at (817) 439-4999 and we will issue you a refund check.