New Haven Dental Center

New Haven Pediatric Dentistry

Overview

About Pediatric Dentistry

Welcome to New Haven Dental Center, the premier dental practice for pediatric dentistry in New Haven, IN. Dr. Blake Weil is the only dentist at this office and is dedicated to providing comprehensive dental care to children of all ages. We understand the importance of providing a safe and comfortable environment for your children while also providing the highest quality of care. Call us today at 260-748-3696 to schedule an appointment and experience the difference that New Haven Dental Center can make for your child’s dental health.

Key Takeaways

New Haven Dental Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive pediatric dentistry services to children of all ages.


We focus on preventive treatments such as regular checkups, cleanings, and fluoride treatments to help protect your child’s teeth from cavities and other dental problems.


We offer sedation options for pediatric dentistry, such as nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation, and general anesthesia.


We provide a variety of services to meet the individual needs of our patients with special needs.

Schedule Your Next Appointment With Us Today.

Children’s Oral Health

New Haven Dental Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive pediatric dentistry services to children of all ages. Our team of experienced dentists, led by Dr. Blake Weil, is committed to helping children maintain healthy and beautiful smiles through preventive and restorative dental care.

We understand that children need special care and attention when it comes to oral health. Our staff is trained to provide a safe and comfortable environment for children during their appointments. We use the most up-to-date techniques and technologies to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care. We strive to provide a comprehensive range of services, including regular check-ups, cleanings, sealants, fluoride treatments, and more. Our goal is to help children establish good oral health habits that will last a lifetime.

Preventive Treatment

At New Haven Dental Center, we strive to provide the highest quality pediatric dentistry services in New Haven, IN. Our experienced dentist, Dr. Blake Weil, is dedicated to helping your child maintain a healthy smile through preventive treatment and education. We focus on preventive treatments such as regular checkups, cleanings, and fluoride treatments to help protect your child’s teeth from cavities and other dental problems.

We also offer comprehensive dental exams and dental x-rays to ensure your child’s teeth and gums are healthy and to detect any potential problems. Our team will provide personalized advice for your child’s at-home oral care routine and discuss any necessary treatments. We understand the importance of preventive dental care in helping your child maintain a healthy and beautiful smile for life.

Restorative Care at New Haven Dental Center

At New Haven Dental Center, we provide restorative dental care services to help our patients maintain a healthy and beautiful smile. Our experienced dentist utilizes the latest technology and techniques to ensure that all our patients receive the highest quality of care. From simple fillings to more complex crowns and bridges, our restorative dental care services are tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient.

We understand the importance of maintaining a healthy smile and strive to provide our patients with the best possible care. Our dentist will take the time to assess your dental needs and develop a personalized treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs. We believe in providing our patients with the most comfortable and comprehensive care possible.

If you are looking for restorative dental care services, contact New Haven Dental Center to schedule an appointment with our experienced dentist. We look forward to helping you maintain a healthy and beautiful smile.

Sedation Options

At New Haven Dental Center, we understand that visiting the dentist can be a stressful experience for some children. To make the experience more comfortable, we offer sedation options for pediatric dentistry. Our sedation options include nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation, and general anesthesia. Nitrous oxide, also known as “laughing gas”, is a safe and effective way of providing a calming effect for your child during their dental procedure. Oral conscious sedation is a pill that is taken prior to the procedure, allowing for a deeper level of relaxation. General anesthesia is used for more complex procedures and is administered by a certified anesthesiologist.

Dr. Blake Weil and our team of experienced professionals are committed to providing a safe and comfortable experience for your child. We will discuss all of the available sedation options with you and your child to ensure the best possible outcome. Contact us today to learn more about our pediatric dentistry services.

Special Needs Dentistry

At New Haven Dental Center, we understand the importance of meeting the unique needs of children with special needs. Our dentists are committed to providing high quality, compassionate care to children with special needs.

We provide a variety of services to meet the individual needs of our patients, including preventive care, dental restorations, and sedation dentistry. Our team works to create a safe and comfortable environment for our patients, helping them to feel relaxed and secure in our care. We also work closely with parents and caregivers to ensure that all of our patients receive the best possible care.

If you’re in need of other dental related services, contact your New Haven dentist today!

Book Your Appointment Today!

At New Haven Dental Center, our pediatric dentists provide comprehensive dental care for your children. Call 260-748-3696 to book an appointment today and learn more about our services. For more information, visit our Contact Us page. Read reviews on our services on Google Maps.

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Reviews

What Our Amazing Patients Say

Diane Pliett
Diane Pliett
2023-10-11
I'll say it again nobody likes the dentist lol but their great there I enjoyed my visit can't say it enough!!!
Jasmine Stephens
Jasmine Stephens
2023-10-11
we are always happy with the care NHDC provides us. my 8 year old actually looks forward to going twice a year!
Stuart Hirsch
Stuart Hirsch
2023-10-10
My dental hygienist was pleasant, helpful and nice. Dr Weil and his staff are awesome
Rose Nahrwold
Rose Nahrwold
2023-10-09
Dr. Weil & his assistants gave me a beautiful new smile & truly cared about me as a patient & as a person. They made sure that I was always comfortable & my questions & concerns were answered in a professional & friendly manner.
Vern Criswell
Vern Criswell
2023-10-04
Staff & Dentist are great, answered our questions.
Jenny Blackburn
Jenny Blackburn
2023-09-28
Friendly, smart, efficient...I cannot say enough good things about this place!
Barry Sturgill
Barry Sturgill
2023-09-28
Excellent care and super nice staff!
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Frequently Asked Questions

What age should I bring my child in for their first dental visit?

A child’s first dental visit should take place within 6 months of the eruption of their first tooth, or by their first birthday.

What services does pediatric dentistry provide?

Pediatric dentistry provides preventive care, diagnosis and treatment of dental conditions, and dental health education for children.

What are the benefits of pediatric dentistry?

Pediatric dentistry helps to ensure that children maintain healthy teeth and gums, and helps to prevent future dental issues.

What is the difference between pediatric dentistry and family dentistry?

Pediatric dentistry focuses specifically on the oral health of children, while family dentistry provides care for patients of all ages.

What should I expect during my child’s first dental visit?

During the first visit, the dentist will examine your child’s teeth and gums, discuss oral health habits, and provide preventive treatments such as fluoride treatments and dental sealants.