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Our Pediatric Dentists

Children are the most important people to our pediatric dentist, who wants to make sure your child’s dental visit is the best that it can be. Dr. Allison believes in treating each patient with the same kindness and care she would expect for a member of her own family.

With specialized training in pediatric dentistry and 10 years’ experience in the field, our pediatric dentist is highly qualified as well as genuinely committed to her profession, and to the cause of promoting dental health for growing children.

Allison Rose, D.M.D.
Allison Rose, D.M.D.
Allison Rose, D.M.D.Pediatric DentistDr. Allison Rose graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in 2000, after earning a Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University. She was a Pediatric Dentistry Resident at Temple Hospital in 2002, and she has been a board certified Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry since 2005. Dr. Rose loves spending time with her husband Josh and two wonderful boys, Jake and Max. She also enjoys cooking, reading and working on home improvements.
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Megan Smith, D.M.D.
Megan Smith, D.M.D.

Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry of Collegeville

Nothing is sweeter than your child’s smile. The mission of the professionals at Pediatric Dentistry of Collegeville is to keep those smiles healthy and strong, so that you can enjoy every grin and giggle.

Children’s dentistry is quite different than dental care for adults. From teething to losing that first baby tooth to learning how to prevent cavities, proper dental care in early childhood can make all the difference for being a teen and adult with excellent oral health.

Our dentist, Allison Rose, DMD, have advanced training in pediatric dentistry, as well as 10 years of experience in private practice. In addition to providing excellent care, our doctors strongly believe in educating kids to clean and be responsible for their teeth with good habits and diet.

Even before they start to walk, children can form habits surrounding their dental care. We encourage parents to bring babies around one year old for a relaxed, non-invasive appointment.

For many kids, dental visits are a little scary and uncertain. Our experience as children’s dentists has given us several tools for putting kids (and their parents) at ease. With fun characters, casual parent involvement and doctors who are good at making the little ones laugh, we show your child that coming to the dentist can be fun!

When you need the best children’s dental care in Phoenixville and Collegeville, come see Dr. Allison we treat your children like we’d treat our own, and help you treasure those precious smiles.