Call Us To Book An Appointment! (702) 832-0508
OPEN SATURDAY
  • Las Vegas
  • Henderson
  • N. Las Vegas
  • Pahrump

Media

What Is the Most Significant Change You’ve Seen in Nevada?

September 1, 2017

“The rebound in the economy. I moved here in 2009, in the middle of the housing crash, and I have seen the housing improve, building projects come back and more people move to Las Vegas.” Dr. Steven Delisle | Owner, Children’s Dentistry (8 years in Nevada)

Read More

Local Ladies Fall 2017

August 23, 2017

Cindy Rodriguez is a Las Vegas native who worked her way up from intern to C.O.O. in the dental industry. She started as an intern for Dr. Steven Delisle at his first deal office at the age of 22 while going to school to become a dental assistant and working full time as a front desk clerk at the Golden Nugget. She was promoted to assisting with surgeries and then managing Dr. Delisle’s surgery center and five other offices.

Read More

Summerlin dentist offers scholarships for special-needs patients

August 10, 2017

When a child has special needs and can’t communicate clearly, sometimes the 24/7 job of caring for him or her means oral care is far down on the list of daily duties.To help, dental surgeon and Summerlin resident Dr. Steven Delisle, who owns the Children’s Dentistry locations in Southern Nevada, has launched Saving Smiles. It’s a free program that awards scholarships to select patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities and who need restorative dental services.

Read More

Changing regulations limit the amount of pain medicine young dental patients can receive

July 31, 2017

Like many adults, children require medication to deal with the pain associated with having dental work done, such as early extractions and cavity fillings. Now, under a new law by the Federal Drug Administration, patients younger than 12 have limited options when it comes to prescription pain medication.

Read More

Smart oral hygiene can help keep the Tooth Fairy from visiting too soon

May 19, 2017

Parents of toddlers and infants, especially first-time parents, have enough to worry about when it comes to their child’s health and well-being. The last thing they should have to add to their worries is “baby bottle rot,” which is extensive dental decay in young children often leading to early extraction of their baby teeth.

Read More