Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry

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About Us

Creating a Lifetime of Healthy Smiles: Our Misson

At Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry, our philosophy is centered around nurturing a positive relationship with oral health from a young age. We believe that every child deserves a healthy, beautiful smile, and our mission is to help them achieve that through personalized, gentle dental care.

Our approach combines state-of-the-art dental techniques with a friendly, compassionate atmosphere, making every visit to our office an enjoyable experience for both children and their families. We understand the unique challenges and concerns of pediatric dentistry, and we are committed to providing a supportive environment where children can feel at ease. At Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry, our goal is to create a strong foundation for a lifetime of healthy smiles, one child at a time.

Mom and daughter having fun during tea time - Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry
Mom and daughter having fun during tea time - Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry

A Journey through Our Pediatric Dental Office

At Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry, our philosophy is centered around nurturing a positive relationship with oral health from a young age. We believe that every child deserves a healthy, beautiful smile, and our mission is to help them achieve that through personalized, gentle dental care.

Our approach combines state-of-the-art dental techniques with a friendly, compassionate atmosphere, making every visit to our office an enjoyable experience for both children and their families. We understand the unique challenges and concerns of pediatric dentistry, and we are committed to providing a supportive environment where children can feel at ease. At Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry, our goal is to create a strong foundation for a lifetime of healthy smiles, one child at a time.

Cheerful family next to the ocean - Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry

Catering to the Unique Needs of Young Patients

At Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry, we recognize that children have distinct needs and concerns when it comes to dental care. Our team is specially trained in pediatric dentistry and has a deep understanding of the physical, emotional, and developmental aspects of children’s oral health.

We create a warm, inviting atmosphere that helps alleviate any anxiety or fear that children may have about visiting the dentist. Our office is designed with kids in mind, featuring colorful decor, engaging activities, and child-friendly equipment to ensure a positive experience for our young patients.

At Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry, we understand children and are dedicated to making their dental experience enjoyable, educational, and comfortable.

Meet Dr. Lida Alimorad

Hello and welcome to Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry!

My name is Dr. Lida Alimorad, a board-certified pediatric dentist dedicated to providing comprehensive dental care for children of all ages, including those with special needs. My services range from new patient exams and infant care to emergency treatment, sedation, and hospital dentistry.

Born in Iran, my journey into pediatric dentistry began when I was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 18. I immigrated to the United States for treatment, during which I underwent chemotherapy and radiation that significantly impacted my oral health. My experiences with compassionate pediatric dentists during this challenging time inspired me to pursue a career in the field, allowing me to provide the same level of care and support to my patients.

I obtained my Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland. Following that, I completed a two-year postdoctoral training program in pediatric dentistry at Nemours Children’s Hospital. As a pediatric dentist, I am passionate about my work and take great joy in interacting with children. My goal is to help them build trust, overcome dental anxiety, and cultivate beautiful, healthy smiles that will last a lifetime.

Dr. Lida - Wilmington Pediatric Dentistry