Pediatric Dentistry

Routine Care

To maintain your child’s oral health we expect to see them at least every six months for a checkup. Making these appointments in advance will increase the likelihood that your desired day and time will be available.

Efficient and Quality

Delivery of Care

Our goal at Beartooth Pediatric Dentistry is to deliver efficient and quality care. We understand that your time is important and we will make every effort to stay on time. It is important that every caregiver understands that each child responds to dental treatment differently and thus may require more or less time to complete treatment. We attempt to schedule accordingly for every child’s needs, but sometimes due to emergency situations or unexpected behavioral problems this may not be possible. These situations require extra care and time. If this occurs we ask for your patience as your child will be given the same attention and care.


Emergency Care

We understand that sometimes emergencies happen. If your child should require emergency treatment during office hours we will make every effort to treat them in a timely fashion. After hours the doctor can be reached using the emergency number: (406) 743-2327

We’re always hear to listen to your concerns and provide you with all the info you need to make an informed decision regarding your child’s dental care.

I brought my kiddies in today and we had the most amazing dental tech and dentist. I am so glad we went to the office across town, and we absolutely will continue to do so. 10/10 thank you guys so much ❤️ Both of them are excited to go back! Lynz M.  ★★★★★

In-Office Treatment

At Beartooth Pediatric Dentistry, we focus on cavity prevention however in the event your child develops dental decay we offer a variety of in-office restorative procedures such as fillings, extractions, and crowns. We also offer limited early intervention orthodontic care including space maintenance and crossbite correction.



At Beartooth Pediatric Dentistry we prefer to complete dental procedures in the least invasive manner possible. Most children are able to complete treatment with nitrous oxide and local anesthetic, but some require higher levels of sedation. Generally, these patients are either very young, have a special need, or have extreme dental anxiety. In addition, some children simply require a lot of dental work and multiple visits may turn a cooperative child into a fearful or anxious one. For these children sedation dentistry provides a relatively safe and effective way to treat dental decay.