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We accept most insurances. We do not accept Medicaid, CareSource, Buckeye or Molina.
At the time of your visit, the amount that is estimated by your insurance will be collected at the time of service. Your copay/deductibles will also be collected at the time of service.
We have a 48 hour cancellation/reschedule policy. If appointments are cancelled/rescheduled less than 48 hours from the appointment time, a charge of $50 per child will have to be paid prior to the next appointment.
At Noble Pediatric Dentistry we are pleased to accept:
Before your appointment, please fill out the New Patient forms.
You can type your info directly into the forms, then print and bring to your appointment. Or print and handwrite your information.
New Patient Forms
- New Patient Information
- New Patient Questionnaire
- Parent/Guardian Consent
- Office Policies
- Notice of Privacy Practices (HIPAA)
Other Patient Forms
The first visit is usually short and simple. We focus on getting to know your child and giving you some basic information about dental care. Dr. Jaclyn will check your child’s teeth for placement and health, and will look for any potential problems with the gums and jaw. If necessary, we may do a bit of cleaning. We will also answer any questions you have about how to care for your child’s teeth as they develop, and provide you with materials containing helpful tips that you can refer to at home.
The best preparation for your child’s first visit to our office is your positive attitude. Children pick up on adults’ apprehensions or their enthusiasm. If appropriate, show your child the pictures of the office and staff on the website. Let your child know that it’s important to keep teeth and gums healthy, we will help with that. Remember that our staff is specially trained to handle normal fears and anxiety, and our staff excels at putting children at ease during treatment.
Dealing with urgent dental situations
Bitten Lip or Tongue:
If your child bites his lip or tongue hard enough to cause bleeding, clean the area gently with water and apply a cold compress to reduce swelling. Call our office and we’ll be able to advise you on next steps depending on the severity of the bite.
Object Caught in Teeth:
If something has become lodged in between your child’s teeth, use dental floss to remove it. Never use anything metal, plastic or sharp to remove a foreign object. If you’re unable to remove the item with floss, call our office and we’ll be able to help.
Chipped or cracked tooth:
Call our office as soon as possible, especially in the event of a serious chip that has exposed the pulp of the tooth. We will take an X-ray to determine the treatment necessary, which could be as simple as placing a filling or bonding.
Don’t panic! If you act quickly, it may be possible to save, and replace the tooth in our office. Call our office immediately. Being careful not to touch the root, rinse the tooth with water and place it in a clean container with milk (saliva, saline, or plain water will work in a pinch). Don’t let the tooth dry out and don’t wrap it in anything.
If your child complains of a toothache, rinse his or her mouth with warm water and inspect the teeth to be sure there is nothing caught between them. If pain continues, use a cold compress to ease the pain. Call the office to schedule an appointment to get to the bottom of the pain.
At Noble Pediatric Dental, we use a digital radiograph system, an advanced form of x-ray inspection which produces a digital radiographic image instantly on a computer. This technique uses child-sized x-ray sensitive plates to capture the x-ray. The dentist can quickly see if a clear, quality image has been captured, and can use the images to diagnose weak spots or cavities.
What to expect
The patient wears a protective cover to reduce radiation exposure. A small square is placed in the mouth (often with the child biting down to hold it in position) and the image is captured. Dr. Jaclyn will discuss your child’s x-rays with you. It’s fun to see your child’s developing teeth!
Mouthguards have been recommended by the American Dental Association for players of: basketball, boxing, hockey, football, gymnastics, lacrosse, martial arts, racquetball, rugby, track and field, skateboarding, skiing and snowboarding, skydiving, soccer, surfing, volleyball, water polo, weightlifting and wrestling.
Noble Pediatric Dental offers custom mouthguards for sports and for night wear for those children who grind their teeth. We can also advise on over-the-counter mouthguards for sports. It’s important to have your child wear a mouthguard that fits well, is tear resistant, and easy to keep clean.
Keep your mouthguard clean and working correctly
- Store the mouthguard in a protective case.
- Gently scrub the mouthguard after each use with a toothbrush and toothpaste.
- Do not leave a mouthguard in the sun or in hot water, as it may melt or become deformed.
- Your child’s mouthguard should be replaced at the beginning of each new season, or when you notice it has become worn and doesn’t fit quite right.
- If your child has braces, a custom mouthguard can be made to protect teeth, soft tissue like cheeks, and your braces too.
- Do not allow your child to chew on or cut pieces off of the mouthguard.
- Please bring your mouthguard to each dental checkup.
Fluoride treatments are part of routine care that your child will receive at Noble.There are two different types of fluoride:
Systemic fluoride is ingested through a public water supply. While teeth are forming under the gums, the fluoride strengthens tooth enamel, making it stronger and more resistant to cavities.
Topical fluoride is found in toothpaste, mouthwash, and is applied as a treatment in our office.
What to expect
Start to finish, the fluoride treatment process takes only a few minutes. Topical fluoride is brushed on, after which your child will be asked to refrain from rinsing, eating, or drinking for at least 30 minutes to allow for absorption time. Depending on your child’ needs, Dr. Jaclyn may recommend that you return for additional fluoride treatments or she may prescribe an at-home fluoride product such as a mouthwash, gel, or antibacterial rinse.
When sealants are used, the toothbrushing process becomes easier and more effective, and cavity-producing bacteria and food particles are blocked from settling in the grooves.
Pediatric dental sealants are typically applied to a child’s permanent teeth as a preventive measure designed to prevent tooth decay, and will last three to five years (though it’s not uncommon to see adults with their childhood sealants still intact).
What to expect
Our dental hygienist begins the teeth cleaning process with an exploration of the surfaces of your child’s teeth, gums, tongue and lips. They will gently and carefully clean their teeth with tools designed to remove any tartar buildup, before flossing and finally applying a polishing compound and fluoride.
The dentist will take the time to thoroughly inspect and examine your child’s mouth, looking closely for any signs of tooth decay or gum disease. She may take X-rays in order to get a better picture of what’s going on beneath the surface. She will also consider steps that can be taken to prevent problems, like applying sealant to teeth.
Part of every visit is age-appropriate education and instruction on home care.
Is your child due for a dental checkup and cleaning?
Contact us today at 614-789-5510.
She’s a mom of five and an active member of the community, volunteering with Crossroads Church and with groups serving children and adults in need. Her family-friendly approach puts children and their caregivers at ease, with clear explanations, a calming demeanor, and a whole-health approach to oral care.
Dr. Jaclyn loves the beach but also snow skiing. She enjoys entertaining, cheering on the Virginia Tech Hokies and hanging out with her family and three dogs, Rover, Phoebe, and Athena.
At Noble Pediatric Dentistry, your visits begin and end in the hands of our caring staff members. Everyone on our team works to make your child’s appointment a personalized, positive, and healthy experience. We maintain excellence by providing continuing education opportunities for our team members.
Indeed, our individualized and gentle approach makes it possible for every child to receive the oral health care they need. We use age-and cognitive-appropriate explanations of the process and equipment being used and take care to minimize sights, sounds, tastes and feelings that give patients anxiety or apprehension.
We know access to dentistry for special healthcare needs children can be difficult to find. Our office has taken steps to make sure that every visit, from appointments, to private exam rooms, to specialty training, helps make your child comfortable and well cared for.
We explain the process and any special equipment that we will use before beginning and take steps to make sure your child’s experience is as comfortable and positive as it can be, including the use of dental sedation.
Noble Pediatric Dental offers:
Silver Diamine Fluoride:
This treatment for cavities is painted onto teeth to stop the decay progression. It’s sometimes used for small cavities in baby teeth to eliminate the need for drilling. We will discuss all aspects of the treatment with you to determine if it’s right for your child.
Fillings are done to remove decay, and replace the affected tooth structure. The teeth are treated with bonded, tooth-colored composite resin filling that looks and feels like the natural tooth.
Stainless Steel Crowns:
When baby teeth are damaged by cavities, a safe way to treat them (until the fall out) is to stop the cavity progression and cover the entire baby tooth
Gentle Root Canal Therapy:
When a tooth is damaged it may be necessary to remove the damaged or painful nerve inside the tooth. We use a state-of-the-art, ultra-cleaning technology to reach the microscopic spaces inside a child’s tooth to remove debris, bacteria, and tissue.
We offer dental procedures that improve the appearance of teeth, gums, or the bite. Cosmetic dentistry may be recommended for teeth that are malformed, discolored, misaligned, or damaged, or to improve functional structures in the mouth.
We perform gentle extractions for a number of reasons, including tooth decay that is non-restorable, a baby tooth is preventing the permanent tooth from erupting, or for orthodontic treatment. We understand that children, as well as parents, may have a more significant fear when the extraction of a tooth is prescribed. Our priority is to make this type of appointment as comfortable and easy as possible.
If your child needs restorative dentistry to smile once again, call our office at 614-789-5510.
Regular cleanings and checkups should be scheduled every six months, so that any damage or decay can be caught and treated early. Early detection keeps small issues from becoming big problems.
At home, help or encourage your child to brush and floss twice per day with a fluoride toothpaste and a soft bristled toothbrush. Encourage them to eat well-balanced meals and avoid sticky or sugary snacks whenever possible. Help them protect their teeth during sports and play.
- Routine Cleanings and Exams
- Dental Sealants
- Fluoride Treatments
- Mouthguards and Nightguards
- Digital X-Rays
- Dental Emergencies
Ready to schedule your child’s next dental appointment?
Contact us today at 614-789-5510.
With a gentle touch and age-specific language, our staff will explain and demonstrate every step of the exam process, putting concerns over unfamiliar equipment or pain to rest.
We take an individualized approach to care, providing each child with the communication and comfort they need to receive treatment and learn to care for their teeth.
Noble Pediatric Dental offers:
We believe it’s important for your child to be comfortable in our office and with our staff. And we want you as a parent to feel informed and relaxed. Your experience, from making an appointment to the office visit, will give you something to smile about.
Why choose Noble?
Special Training: Our pediatric dentist received postdoctoral training in child psychology, behavior modification, and pharmacology. She makes sure to undergo yearly training and re-certification to stay current with the most recent developments in technology and patient care.
Child-Specific Education: We explain preventive care, hygiene, and treatments in simple, easy-to-understand terms, and tailored to your child’s needs.
Comfortable Environment: It’s very important for your child to feel comfortable in our office. It is our goal to create a safe place with a fun atmosphere for your child to enjoy.
Gentle care from the start
Kids don’t need to be afraid of the dentist. In fact, we’d like to be the reason they look forward to a dental visit AND taking care of their own teeth!
Now Accepting New Patients
We believe it’s important for your child to be comfortable in our office and with our staff. Make your appointment today.
Meet Dr. Jaclyn
Imagine your child having a friend who helps care for their teeth, ready with a kind word, a warm smile, and a gentle touch. That’s Dr. Jaclyn Kachurak.
First visit to a Pediatric Dentist? No problem.
We want your first (and every!) visit to be simple. If you’re a new patient complete all required forms online in advance so when you arrive you don’t have to focus on anything other than your child’s comfort.
It all starts here! It all starts here! Good oral hygiene starts with regular preventive cleanings and good brushing habits. We highly recommend scheduling a routine checkup every 6 months!
Uh oh! Cavities and damage happen. Have no fear, we can fix a variety of tooth issues, from the routine to complex, for good oral health for years to come.
Pediatric Dentist for Children with Special Healthcare Needs
Gentle care is for everyone! We are experienced in cleanings, dental exams, and treatments for children who need extra special dentistry care.
Questions? We’ve got answers.
There are no dumb questions. We’ve gone ahead and answered the questions that we hear often.
Gentle care from the start
Come on over! Noble Pediatric Dentistry is dedicated to serving young patients. With specialized training, a gentle approach to cleanings and treatments, and an office designed to put children at ease, we are the practice for you. Your child’s early experiences with oral health care can establish good habits and a partnering attitude that lasts a lifetime.
- MONDAY: 8:00am – 3:30pm
- TUESDAY: 8:00am – 3:30pm
- WEDNESDAY: 8:00am – 3:30pm
- THURSDAY: 8:00am – 3:30pm
- FRIDAY: 8:00am – 3:30pm
- SATURDAY: Closed
- SUNDAY: Closed
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