Family Dentistry

Need a new dentist for the whole family?

Dr.Thind is a family dentist who provides general, surgical, and cosmetic care for people of all ages. His goal is to create a welcoming and positive dental care experience for every patient who walks through the door. Our team specializes in helping younger kids, teens, and adults develop a great relationship with their dentist. 

Give us a call today at (91) 9818741088 to request an appointment for you or your family member.

Our most popular family dentistry services

No-Drill Cavity Fillings

We offer the only pain-free white fillings in Liberty! If you or your family have a few cavities, let’s take care of them before they lead to bigger problems. No pain, no stress, and potentially no need for anesthesia!

Sports Mouthguards

Do your kids play contact sports like football, soccer, basketball, or hockey? All these sports and others can lead to chipped and cracked teeth. We offer custom mouthguards as a great way to protect teeth.

Protective Sealants

Dental sealants are a thin, protective coating that easily adheres to your teeth and protects against tooth decay. Our dental sealant treatments are great for both children and adults. The earlier you get them, the better! 

Emergency Care

We offer quick care for your family when you need it the most. Get help for toothaches, broken teeth, swollen gums, and more. Get in touch and we’ll get you scheduled for immediate care.

Your questions, answered

Are cavities a problem for baby teeth?

Even though baby teeth are temporary, decay and cavities can cause life-long damage, including infections and orthodontic issues. Don’t ignore the health of baby teeth!

When should I schedule my child’s first dental visit?

Make sure your child has their first dentist visit by age one or 6 months after their first tooth comes in, whichever comes first.

Should my child get a dental sealant?

Sealants are most effective when they’re placed right after permanent molars come in. This is usually around age 6 for the first molars and age 12 for the second molars.

How should I take care of my child’s teeth?

During infancy, use a soft cloth to clean their gums. Once their first tooth comes in, make sure to schedule your child a dental checkup and start a routine of brushing their teeth before bed. Most importantly, avoid giving your baby juice or pop in their bottle. Even with proper brushing, sugary drinks like these are the leading cause of tooth decay.