Pediatric Dentist Tucson AZ | Northwest Children's Dentistry

Welcome to Northwest Children’s Dentistry!

Welcome to Northwest Children’s Dentistry, where we specialize in children’s pediatric dentistry in Tucson, Arizona. From the moment you enter our office, you’ll feel confident you’re receiving the very best dental care for your child. Dr. Norman Bunch and Dr. Jennifer Marshall are a husband and wife team of pediatric dentists for the Tucson area and understand that every child is unique and worthy of receiving personalized care in a kid-friendly setting. Every child deserves the encouragement and education needed to maintain a lifetime of healthy smiles!

We are enthusiastic about helping toddlers, children, teens, and those with special needs manage a healthy smile by creating a positive experience from the very beginning. As pediatric dentists, we are firm believers in prevention and enjoy educating patients and parents on good oral hygiene and nutrition, so you will feel prepared and confident once you leave.

Our pediatric dental practice was designed to be a fun, inviting place where children and parents can feel comfortable from the beginning to end of every visit. We know that building a trusting, supportive relationship with our patients and families is the key to a lifetime of great oral health. We dedicate our focus to making sure you and your child’s experience is an incredible one.

We understand that choosing the right pediatric dentist in Tucson, AZ is one of the most important decisions your family may ever make. It is our goal to become partners in your child’s journey to maintaining a happy, healthy smile for life. At Northwest Children’s Dentistry, pediatric dentist of Tucson, we make oral health care memorable and exciting. Proudly serving residents of Tucson, Oro Valley, Marana, Oracle, and surrounding areas, please contact our office to schedule your child’s visit with Dr. Bunch and Dr. Marshall today.

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The Difference Between an Orthodontist and a Pediatric Dentist

Here at Northwest Children’s Dentistry, we don’t like to overwhelm families with dental terminology that leaves you confused.  One question we receive is what is the difference between a orthodontist vs. a dentist.

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In-Office Fluoride Treatments

If you’ve been to our office, you may have had an in-office fluoride treatments.  What does that mean for your child?

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Summer Snack List

Summer’s upon us, and the kids will likely be hanging around the house more often.  What should you feed them?  You have lots of options, but here is a list of summer snacks that will keep their teeth healthy:

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Traveling, Kids, and Dental Health

The summer’s coming up, and that means many of our patients will be taking trips.  Just because your normal routine has changed doesn’t mean your dental routine should!  Here’s some tips to stay on top of dental hygiene while on the road:

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When to Make a Pediatric Dental Appointment

As adults, we’re told to see the dentist twice a year.  But what about children?

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry states your child should see the dentist every 6 months.  That’s because pediatric dentists work at preventing many dental problems in children, and a twice yearly check-up will more likely catch dental problems before they require more invasive treatments.

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The Five Ws (and one H) of Flossing

Prevention is the best kind of medicine, and flossing is a great tool in your dental health tool belt.  Let’s go over the basic questions of flossing:

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Sign up for your 2018 Summer Dental Appointment

Summer may feel like a long time away, but it’s one of our busiest seasons at Northwest Children’s Dentistry.  If you’d like to schedule your child’s summer dental appointment, now would be a good time to call in.  Make an appointment today at (520) 544-8522.

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The Dental Dangers of Lip and Tongue Piercings

Do you have a teenager who wants to get a lip or tongue piercing?  It may look cool, but oral piercings pose many hazards to your child’s teeth.

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Happy 2018 National Children’s Dental Health Month!

Every February, we celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month to spread awareness about good dental hygiene and your child.  The American Dental Association has chosen “Brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste and clean between your teeth for a healthy smile” as this year’s theme!

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Thumb Sucking and Your Child’s Dental Health

Kids can have lots of bad habits, but one that we hear about frequently is thumb sucking.  Fortunately, thumb sucking is quite common and harmless for babies and toddlers.  Many children will even stop on their own.

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