Family Dentistry

Keep your child’s teeth healthy with our gentle children’s dental appointments

Children’s teeth are susceptible to cavities and are ever-changing. Our gentle pediatric dental appointments will keep your child’s mouth healthy and protect the future of their teeth.

Why choose us for your dental care?




Family Dentistry, Hellertown PA

Trust your family’s smiles to Hellertown Dental

A smile is a precious and limited commodity. We are each born with only one, and that is all we will get for our lifetime. There are ways to fix, modify, and restore a smile that has issues, but nothing is quite as pure as an original smile. Family dentistry from your trusted Hellertown, PA dentist at Hellertown Dental Group will help you and your family keep your smiles in the condition they should be in. With dental service offerings for the whole family, your smiles will be well taken care of here.

What is the difference between general and family dentistry?

The main difference between a family dentist and a general dentist is the age of the patients the dentist sees. A family dentist will treat young children, while, in most cases, a general dentist will only treat older children and adult patients. The service offerings the Hellertown, PA dentist provides are almost the same regardless of whether they are designated family or general. However, a family dentist may offer some child-specific services in addition to the general services they provide.

When should my child have their first dental visit?

Hellertown Dental Group recommends that you bring your child into the office for family dentistry by the time they are 2 ½ years old. At that age, they will be old enough to sit in the dentist chair on their own for their appointment. They will also be able to participate in their treatment as needed by the dentist.

Can Dr. Hunsicker-Morrissey help with my child’s dental fear?

Dental anxiety affects so many people, and the majority of them say that a bad experience at the dentist is the reason they have dental fear. Making sure your child avoids an experience that will turn them off from going to the dentist when they are older is crucial to helping them develop the dental habits they need to keep their smile healthy. Top-notch Hellertown, PA dentist understands how important the early years of dental development are. With this in mind, we will make sure that your child is safe and comfortable during their time with us.

How often should my family have their teeth looked at?

To stay on top of any potential risk to your family’s smiles, it is recommended that you come and see us for dental exams and cleanings every six months. This will allow your Hellertown, PA dentist to identify any area of concern and begin treatment as quickly as possible. Your family’s smiles are the only ones they will ever have. Let Hellertown Dental Group help you keep them as bright and beautiful as possible.

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  • Hellertown Dental Group is such a well run dental office through the COVID Pandemic. All the workers are so friendly. The place is clean and put together so well. You don’t mind going to this dental office. Wonderful!! 😊

    Colleen Mcfadden

    Colleen Mcfadden

  • I had a great experience here. Thank am very nervous at the dentist and Brittany was very sweet and calming for me. She let me know every step she was doing. What a great place!

    Diane Kirk

    Diane Kirk

  • Dr. Ann and my hygienist Miramar were amazing. I absolutely love it there! They make you feel comfortable, heard and safe. They are incredibly attentive and kind! My teeth feel great!

    Morgan Flaff

    Morgan Flaff

New patients are always welcome at our practice and we offer complimentary consultations.

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1213 Main Street
Hellertown, PA 18055


Monday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday: 7:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Our waiting room is now open! Face masks are required for all patients.