• Our Response to COVID-19

    At Arlington Pediatric Dentistry, we are committed to doing our part in minimizing the spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19.  We are deeply concerned for the health and well being of the public as well as the dental team. In order for dentistry to do its part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the ADA recommends dentists nationwide postpone elective procedures for the next three weeks. At this time, we are following the ADA and the AAPD's request to delay all non-emergency dental care in order to preserve limited supplies of protective equipment for emergency dental care and frontline health care personnel.  We will attempt to reach out to everyone to reschedule your appointments. In addition, please feel free to call our office to reschedule or if you have a dental emergency. Urgent/emergency care means treatment of severe pain, swelling, trauma, and infection. Hygiene and prophylaxis (cleaning) visits, cosmetic, and elective operative procedures such as fillings are to be considered non-urgent/non-emergency. We are hopefully planning on reopening at full capacity on Monday, April 13, 2020.  We will keep everyone update with any further changes. Let’s work together to keep everyone safe and healthy! Thank you for your understanding.

  • Our Treatments

  • The American Association of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that children should visit their dentist every six months for a routine checkup and cleaning. This allows for early diagnosis of any problems so that they are easier and less expensive to address. During the exam, your child’s pediatric dentist will carefully check the health and development of your child’s teeth

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  • Our practice can provide a wide range of dental services. We can typically provide every type of dental service without having to refer you to other specialties. As a dentist specializing in treating children of all ages from infant to young adult, Dr. Smith personally performs a comprehensive group of treatments that address most dental situations your child will encounter. 

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  • Parents typically have many pediatric dentist questions. We answer everything from when a child should first see the dentist, to questions about sports mouth guards.

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  • Welcome to Arlington Pediatric Dentistry

    Welcome to the practice! We look forward to meeting you and your child(ren) in person at their first dental appointment. Before you come in, we thought you might want to know a little bit about us and get an idea about what to expect during your child's visit.

    We believe that achieving and maintaining the oral health of your child's teeth and gums takes a team effort and that you play as big a role as we do in achieving it. Therefore, you can expect to be involved in your child's treatment plan program.


  • Your Child's First Visit

    During your child's first visit, we'll ask you to fill out a medical history form, which is vital in developing their treatment plan. Next, we'll examine your child's teeth, gums and oral tissues. We will take x-rays if needed and examine their bite. Later, using our findings from the exam, we will determine a treatment plan and go over it together.

    If you have any questions about our practice, please call us anytime (360) 657-1650. We welcome your family to the practice and look forward to meeting soon.

    Dr. Justin R. Smith and Staff

  • Opening Times

    Day Hours
    Monday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
    Tuesday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
    Wednesday 7:00AM - 2:00PM
    Thursday 7:30AM - 4:30PM
    Friday Closed
    Saturday Closed
    Sunday Closed
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