Ormond Beach Office

386.676.7763

Port Orange Office

386.760.0550

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Here at Barnes & McDonnell Pediatric Dentistry we strive to provide kind, comfortable care for your child that is affordable for you. We specialize in oral health care for infants, children, and adolescents up to the age of 20, including those with special medical or developmental needs.

With offices in Port Orange and Ormond Beach, we provide a full range of sedation and anesthesia services for the comfort and convenience of our patients. Our team is specially trained to provide your children with individualized attention and care exclusively tailored to their needs.

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Why We Are Not An "In Network" Provider

Do you want the treatment your insurance will cover or the treatment that is right for your child?In-network providers are required to see a specific number of patients each day. This extremely hectic schedule does not allow the amount of time necessary to thoroughly examine and assess each child’s specific needs. The child’s personality and anxiety level are important factors in determining treatment options. Due to the sheer volume of patients and financial incentives, these pro...

Halloween Candy Doesn't Have to Mean Cavities!

Did you know the average person consumes 150 lbs of sugar per year??! IT’S OK TO EAT CANDY… BUT BE SMART ABOUT IT! Kids love trick or treating and getting loads of free candy. This is where the battle begins. There is nothing wrong with treats, but it is usually up to the parent to guard the stockpile. Here are some healthy tips for keeping Halloween sweet yet sensible. Eat a healthy dinner before going Trick or Treating -- Children may be less...

Sports and Energy Drinks

SPORTS AND ENERGY DRINKS Kids are active. They get hot, sweaty and tired. Many people feel the best fluid replacement is a sports drink. However, drinking too many of these beverages can cause some real harm to your child’s teeth. Like soda, sports drinks and energy drinks contain a lot of sugar and high levels of acidity. A study from the Harvard School of Public Health found that there was 12 ounces of sugar in a leading brand of cola. Meanwhile, a leading brand of energy drink con...