- Accepts Insurance
- Covid-19 Safety
- Free parking
- Wheelchair Friendly
Our Middletown pediatric dental practice focuses on the unique needs of infants, children, and adolescents. Since they’re specialists in pediatric dentistry, Drs. Noonan, Brockman, and Pollock have received an additional two years of specialty training in pediatric dentistry after graduation from dental school. This enabled them to provide the level of care and attention your child deserves.
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Children's Dentistry of Middletown4.6356 reviews
Catherine Seitzman4 months ago
My five year old son had a procedure with Dr. Pollock today. I was so nervous as this was my son’s first real medical experience. It went so much better than I ever could have expected. The staff was friendly, the office was so clean, the dental assistant was so sweet, and of course, Dr. Pollock was quick, thorough and beyond patient with my son. We were in and out of the office so fast. I would definitely recommend this office to anyone.
Jennifer Ciboch2 months ago
Very kid friendly, my 3yo did so well thanks to them explaining to him what they were doing to avoid him getting scared or upset. He was very happy about his goody bag when they finished cleaning his chompers ♥️ On time and friendly staff
Joy Platt4 months ago
My hygenist referred us here years ago and we couldn't be more happy with them. The staff are all so friendly. Dr. Brockman was always so patient answering my kids' questions. Dr. Pollock is so kind to my daughter... none of them have seen Dr. Noonan yet, but he's always wearing a smile. We love it here.
Logan Britton3 months ago
I was not impressed with the dental hygienist. She didn’t have patience with my daughter. She didn’t take her time to explain what she was going to do. So my daughter was freaking out the whole time. The lady seemed annoyed. This is very frustrating due to being a pediatric dentist. Loved the dentist that came in. He took his time and explained everything to her. Therefore she was calm and followed directions.
B S2 months ago
My daughter was seen last week for a cleaning where we found out she had 2 cavities, one needed capped and the other needed pulled due to an abscess. They couldn't get her in until then end of the year and never prescribed her an antibiotic for the infection. I took her to a different dentist that got us in right away, pulled the abscessed tooth and informed me that she had more than just the 2 cavities. When I called to ask why I was told she had only had 2 but the other dentist said more I was told that they were too little to deal with and he wanted to wait until they were bigger. I'm sorry but to me a cavity isn't going to go away and when they knew she was getting braces put on soon wouldn't you think it would be better to take care of it now??... Definitely won't be going back!