Pediatric Dentistry

Best Pediatric Dentist in Anchorage!

Best Pediatric Dentist in Anchorage! Thanks for the Vote of Confidence!

At Anchorage Pediatric Dentistry, we always do our best for our patients. And when those same patients – and their parents – tell others about our quality services, that is even more proof that we are doing our best to care for our patients both professionally and in a caring and compassionate manner. That is why we’re so excited to have been named “Best of Alaska 2020” by the Anchorage Daily News in the pediatric dentistry category!

Being named the best pediatric dentist in Anchorage makes us proud! We are also humbled! To think that our patients are so happy with our performance that they are eager to let others know about their satisfaction is proof that we have got the best patients in the world, from the tiniest little one who comes to us for his/her first dental check-up to that teenager we have been treating for years.

Getting to know you!

At Anchorage Pediatric Dentistry, we are all about lifelong relationships. From that first visit up until the moment when your older child transitions to a dental professional that serves young adults, we do our best to get to know you and your child personally…and we hope you’ll get to know us as well.

By forming trusting relationships with you and your children, we strive to eliminate the fear that is so often associated with dental procedures.

Whether your visit is for a routine matter or an emergency procedure, we understand that earning the honor of being named “the best kids dentist in Anchorage” means consistent, caring treatment in an atmosphere that can take children from scared or hesitant to comfortable and calm.

At Anchorage Pediatric Dentistry, we are also specialists at treating children with special needs, including both physical and mental disabilities.

Our staff has received special training in working with special needs patients and we offer a wide variety of accommodations to make those all-important dental visits less traumatic for those who may need some extra TLC.

You’re our best advertising!

All that said, the pediatric dentists and staff at Anchorage Pediatric Dentistry recognize that word of mouth is our greatest form of advertising. We want you to tell your friends – other parents like you – about the kind and caring individuals at our practice that have made pediatric dentistry their life’s work.

That is why our board-certified pediatric dentists are committed to offering a positive experience each and every time you come to us. As parents ourselves, we rely on the opinions of others like us to find the best that Anchorage has to offer in any number of fields, including the medical profession.

If we can impress you enough that you’ll not only vote for us to receive this commendation again next year but also tell your friends and family to check us out, then we know we’ve done our job. So, thank you to all of our patients and their families – whether we’re treating you now or did so in the past – for taking a moment to honor us with the gift of your confidence in our staff. We look forward to continuing to serve you now and in the years ahead!

If you have not found a dental home for your child please call Anchorage Pediatric Dentistry at 907-562-1003 to schedule an appointment with one of our board certified pediatric dentists. We look forward to meeting you!

Dr. Easte Warnick DDS

Dr. Easte Warnick received a degree in Geology from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2001. After working as a geologist for Los Alamos National Laboratory and Bechtel SAIC, she returned to school and completed dental training at the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in 2012.

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