Welcome to Children's Dental & Orthodontics
17194 Preston Rd, Suite #160
Dallas, Tx 75248
Call to Schedule:
|Monday||8:00AM – 5:00PM|
|Tuesday||8:00AM – 5:00PM|
|Wednesday||8:00AM – 5:00PM|
|Thursday||8:00AM – 5:00PM|
|Friday||8:00AM – 5:00PM|
Children’s Dental & Orthodontics in Dallas, TX provides ultra-modern pediatric dental services to children all across the northern Dallas area! Our highly-trained pediatric dentists and orthodontists believe that all children deserve gorgeous smiles that will last them a lifetime. As the leading pediatric dental and orthodontic practice in the greater northern Dallas area, our skilled pediatric dental team offers comprehensive care to children of all ages, providing you and your family a welcoming office environment.
Our mission at Children’s Dental & Orthodontics is to offer your little one state-of-the-art treatment in a kid-friendly atmosphere, building their trust from day one to ensure their trip to see the dentist is something they always look forward to!
Our Pediatric Dentists
Dr. Nicholas Bushey
After obtaining his undergraduate bachelor degree, Dr. Bushey was awarded the coveted 4-year Health Professional Scholarship for dental school. Dr. Bushey went on to earn his Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD) from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, Pennsylvania and later served as a general dentist officer for 5 years in the Air Force—one year of which included an Advanced Education in General Dentistry at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. While in the United States Air Force, Dr. Bushey was stationed in Cambridge, England; Tampa, Florida; and Dayton, Ohio.
Following his service in the Air Force, Dr. Bushey discovered a passion for pediatric dentistry and went on to complete his pediatric dentistry specialty training at the University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio and Children’s Hospital of San Antonio. After becoming a board-certified diplomate, Dr. Bushey relocated to Dallas, TX to be near his family. He spends his free time trying new restaurants, traveling, running, video games and playing with his dogs, Benny and Copper.
Dr. Kirat Sodhi
After graduating with a 4.0 GPA from one of the best dental schools in India, Dr. Kirat Sodhi practiced general dentistry for several years before relocating to Seattle, Washington. Shortly after her move, Dr. Sodhi was accepted into the fellowship program at The University of Washington. It was here where she saw her clinical skills, creativity, and compassion fit into the world of dentistry through orthodontics. In pursuit of her newfound passion, Dr. Sodhi went on to complete a fellowship in Clinical Orthodontics and a 27-month residency in Orthodontics and Craniofacial Orthopedics and Master’s of Science in Dentistry at Jacksonville University School of Orthodontics. During her residency, Dr. Sodhi was exposed to a variety of treatment modalities with appliances like twin brackets, self-ligating braces, Invisalign, and Incognito treatment options. She has experience with advanced laser technology including Biolase, iLase diode laser, and intraoral scanners like 3Shape Trios and Itero.
Dr. Sodhi is enthusiastic about educating people on the value of orthodontics and puts true belief in the power of smiles. Every day, she strives to make the world a healthier, happier place by putting a beautiful smile on every patient’s face! In her spare time, Dr. Sodhi enjoys meditating, eating healthy, and enjoying the new “mom life.”
Resources for Parents
It is estimated that about 45% of children need to get braces in order to fix practical issues like a misaligned bite. However, nearly 75% of kids could benefit from getting braces in order to help improve the shape of their face and straightened their teeth. Whether...read more
Is it time for your child to get braces? Are you trying to decide between traditional braces and Invisalign? If so, then you're in the right place. In this article, we're going to discuss the merits and drawbacks of both options, helping you to decide which would...read more
A child's first dentist visit can be daunting to them. They've never been before, so they don't know what to expect. The fear of the unknown can cause anyone to have anxiety. When a child is unsure of what to expect while at the dentist, it not only causes anxiety...read more