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The Greatest Smile on Earth seals cavities with affordable dental fillings for kids in Worthington, OH. Dr. Thomas Becher and his team fight tooth decay one cavity at a time by providing high-quality pediatric dentistry using the latest techniques and materials.
The Greatest Smiles on Earth team understands how to create a pleasant experience for every child, even those on the spectrum and with other special needs.
As the best pediatric dentist Worthington, OH, can provide, The Greatest Smiles on Earth is proud to be open with strict Covid-19 precautions to minimize transmission risk.
The Greatest Smiles on Earth pediatric dental clinic works hard to help their patients achieve perfect smiles. As part of their service, they offer affordable, custom-fit athletic mouthguards to patients who actively participate in sports.
The Greatest Smiles on Earth centers on supporting the natural expansion and development of children's teeth. By dealing with occlusal issues as early as possible, patients are better able to avoid extensive orthodontic therapy or the extraction of teeth later in life.
Dr. Tom Becher is a board-certified specialist in pediatric dentistry. Dr. Becher engages his private practice as the top pediatric dental clinic in the community, The Greatest Smiles on Earth.
At the Greatest Smiles on Earth, we take pride in our uniquely designed office environment where comfort and care combine to bring unmatched dental care to the children in our community.
It’s October again, and every year our hygienists here at Greatest Smiles on Earth join the American Dental Hygiene Association in celebrating National Dental Hygiene Month. October isn’t just a time for caramel apples and candy. It’s also National Orthodontic Health...
Did you know that children who miss their dental appointments could suffer academic consequences? According to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health, “Children with poorer oral health status were more likely to experience dental pain, miss...
At the Greatest Smiles on Earth, we love helping kids improve their oral health, appearance, and overall confidence with brand new smiles. If your child could benefit from braces, summer is an excellent time to get started on improving your child’s smile. There are,...
It might not seem like an obvious first choice, but if your child could benefit from braces, summer is actually a really good time to get started! There are, as you might not know, numerous reasons to start down the orthodontic path during summer. One of the biggest...
Kala is the cheery voice and pleasant smile that greets you at our office. She is the “concierge” of our practice, manages the daily activities of our office, and can assist you with all your insurance and accounting needs. She bubbles with energy and enthusiasm, and always brightens our day.
Kala is the proud mother of 2 wonderful little boys. She loves all sports, playing board games, taking vacations to Florida, eating tacos, and being a “mommy!”
The Greatest Smiles on Earth is Worthington, Ohio’s #1 Choice For Pediatric & Orthodontic Dental Care
We recommend a first comprehensive dental visit including a professional cleaning at 2 to 3 years of age. This gives us the opportunity to establish good dental habits at an early age, and correct any existing problems before they become serious and result in permanent damage.
As a parent, you can play an important role in preparing your child for this visit. It is important to demonstrate positive attitudes and encouraging language when describing the dental visit. Avoid using technical terminology unfamiliar to your child to describe dental procedures. Children’s books and videos can assist you in communication by describing the dental visit utilizing age-appropriate language and visualizations. Be positive! Describe the first visit as an adventure, much like a visit to the zoo.