With two convenient locations in Bridgeport and Huntington, we serve the surrounding communities of Trumbull, Stratford, Shelton, Monroe, Ansonia, Derby, Fairfield, Westport, Southport, Norwalk and Weston, Connecticut.
Our gentle, skilled and dedicated staff is committed to providing a fun, positive dental experience. Our team of doctors are expertly trained in the care of all children, especially those with special needs. To ensure that your child grows up with a healthy smile, we offer sealants, fluoride treatments, tooth-colored fillings, regular check-ups, root canals, in-office and hospital sedation and much more!
We offer the latest in orthodontics for a straight, beautiful smile, including Invisalign, Invisalign Teen, clear brackets and habit correctors. Our staff recognizes that each patient is unique, and will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan to fit your specific needs and desires.
At Commerce Park Children’s Dentistry & Orthodontics, finding new ways to provide excellent pediatric dental care and orthodontics is our top priority. We invite you to view our website to learn more about the services and treatments we have available to promote a lifetime of healthy smiles for your child.
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Commerce Park Children’s Dentistry and Orthodontics has been Fairfield County’s most comprehensive dental and orthodontic practice for children of all ages since 1983. Offering a full range of dental services, from restorative and preventive care to orthodontics, the doctors are experts in the care of children, especially those with special needs. The gentle, skilled, and dedicated staff is committed to providing a fun, positive dental experience. From video games and contests to movies, every detail helps kids feel comfortable, and promotes a lifetime of healthy smiles for your child.
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