Ames Dentist for All Ages

Family Dentistry

Our family dental office is all about making sure everyone in the family—from the kids to grandparents—has a go-to place for their dental needs. We have advice for preventing issues and catching anything early, so everyone’s smile stays in top-notch shape.

We try to keep things friendly and comfortable, especially for our youngest patients. Plus, we teach good habits early on, such as establishing a good dental hygiene routine, so your family keeps those healthy smiles forever.

What’s great is that family dentistry isn’t just about fixing teeth—it’s about creating a place where everyone feels at ease and cared for. The family dentist becomes a trusted friend, helping your crew navigate everything from routine check-ups to tackling any dental challenges. So, whether it’s a check-up or someone in the family needs some dental help, Main Street Dental is there to keep your family’s oral health game strong!

Family Dentistry - Ames, Iowa
Family Dentistry - Ames, Iowa

Become a part of the family

Our team loves getting to know our patients and their families. We want to get to know you and for you to get to know us. It is a joy to watch your families change and  grow  over the years. Our patients are family. We invite you to become part of our Main Street Dental family.

Handicap Accessible

Our office is handicap accessible and our team is ready to help with any additional assistance needed within reason.

Create A Healthy Smile for Life

Top things to do for your family’s dental health

  • Establish Early Habits:

    Begin oral care early by cleaning your baby’s gums with a soft cloth before the first tooth emerges, progressing to a toothbrush as they grow.

  • Regular Dental Check-ups:

    Schedule regular dental check-ups for your child, starting around their first birthday, to catch and address potential issues early.

  • Fluoride Toothpaste and Balanced Diet:

    Use fluoride toothpaste for brushing and encourage a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to support overall dental health.

  • Limit Sugary Intake:

    Reduce sugary snacks and beverages to prevent tooth decay, and avoid putting your child to bed with a bottle containing anything other than water.

  • Lead by Example:

    Demonstrate good oral hygiene practices to your child by maintaining your own oral health, creating a positive example for them to follow.

Your child’s healthy smile starts with excellent dental care!

For a personalized dental plan tailored to your child’s needs, schedule an appointment with our experienced team today.