Norton Children’s Pediatric Dentistry Care Team

Norton Children’s pediatric dentists care for children up to age 17. Our pediatric dentists offer a wide range of services, including dental cleaning, restorations, extractions, dental care for children with special needs and more. Emergency dental care also is available at Norton Children’s Hospital. Meet our pediatric dentistry team.


Pediatric dentists


Korie D. Acord, DMD

Philippe B. Bautista, DMD

Lauren A. Bollenback, DMD

Priscilla J. Bond, DMD

Ann L. Greenwell, DMD

Danielle M. Haman-Smith, DMD

Kimberly S. Hansford, DMD

Kathryn M. Hiegert, DDS

Kirby C. Hoetker, DMD

Thomas G. Ison, DMD

Michael E. Kornblatt, DDS

Jason A. Lipoff, DMD

Hector R. Martinez-Menchaca, DDS

Matthew C. Mitchell, DMD

Keith L. Ray, DMD

David A. Rougeux, DMD

Amir J. Shahla, DDS

Myron F. Shuster, DMD

Frederick R. Swain, DDS

John C. Wilson, DMD

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Norton Children’s Pediatric Dentistry

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