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Welcome to the Smiles For Kids Pediatric Dentistry Website! Dr. Lindhorst is thrilled to have you browse our wonderful pediatric dental office through this website. Our goal is to make every child's dental experience fun, rewarding, and positive. Our team wants to make sure that each and every child leaves our office feeling like they have learned more about their teeth and oral hygiene while spending a wonderful time with us. We are committed to making your child feel special and instilling proper dental and oral hygiene techniques that your child can use throughout his or her life.

Our staff is a group of highly dedicated individuals that work as a team from the moment your child walks in to the moment your child leaves. Our staff ensures that your child feels comfortable and at ease through exceptional teamwork and individual approach to the needs of each and every child.

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We would love to have you and your child become part of our dental family. Please call (713) 461-1509 or e-mail (DrKasia@smiles-for-kids.com) us with questions or to schedule a visit. We look forward to seeing you!

Our Staff

Our staff is a group of highly dedicated individuals that work as a team from the moment your child walks in to the moment your child leaves. Out staff ensures that your child feels comfortable and at east through exceptional teamwork and individual approach to the needs of each and every child.



Dental Trauma in Children

Dental trauma is common in children and adolescents because this is the time when kids learn to walk, run, and are most active in sports. When a child has avulsed (completely extracted due to trauma) teeth, parents and teachers must know what to do, not only to save permanent teeth but also to avoid the kids from getting traumatized by the situation and its consequences.

Avulsion of primary (also called baby teeth) and permanent teeth is approached differently. Front primary teeth are expected to come out around the age of six or seven to give way to permanent ones but it does not mean that th...

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8800 Katy Freeway Suite 220 • Houston, TX 77024 • 713-461-1509 • E-Mail: DrKasia@smiles-for-kids.com