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Meet Your Fort Worth Pediatric Dentist

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Dr. Meghan Thorburn

Dr. Thorburn is eager to build a strong and lasting connection with your family as she guides them toward a lifetime of bright, healthy, and confident smiles here at Trinity Pediatric Dentistry. With her, trips to the dentist turn into fun and educational experiences that will intrigue your child while allowing you to take a much-deserved break during their visits.

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Dental Insurance

Affordability for Every Family

We want every nearby family to have easy access to the friendly and high-quality dental care their children deserve, which is why we’re happy to accept and help maximize your dental insurance plan. We’ll handle the claims and file the paperwork so that fitting your child's dental care costs into your budget is always nice and simple!

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Dental Office Tour

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Our office is designed to be a place that children will look forward to visiting and you’ll be proud to call their dental home. From the décor to our technology, we’ve spared nothing when it comes to delivering the best experience and care possible.

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Fort Worth

Our passion for serving others extends well beyond the walls of our dental office. Our goal is to uplift smiles all across Fort Worth to make our home a brighter, happier, and healthier place.

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Just a Short Trip…

Our pediatric dental office is located at 4000 Bryant Irvin Rd. Suite 208, Fort Worth, TX 76109, less than five minutes from both Chisholm Trail Pkwy and 183. We’re also in the same general area as Overton Park Elementary, Country Day, and Whole Foods Market. Just click the map to get directions when you’re ready to come see us, or contact us directly if you need help finding your way around the area!

Frequently Asked Questions, Answered!

Prior to their child’s first visit, parents often have questions for us. Whether it’s about a specific service, the cost, or
something else entirely, you can have peace of mind knowing that our team is knowledgeable, friendly, and here to help! We’ve
even dedicated this next section to FAQs in case it’s not convenient to get on the phone at this time.

What do you do if you can't afford a pediatric dentist?

It’s important to remember that routine checkups and cleanings are essential when it comes to keeping your child’s teeth and gums healthy. In other words, if you skip the biannual visits, you won’t end up saving money. In fact, it’s more likely that your little one will need more costly care if you take this approach. With that said, our team at Trinity Pediatric Dentistry never wants families in the Fort Worth area to be stressed about the price. That’s why providing friendly, high-quality, and affordable care is so important to us. Simply put, we’re here to help you navigate the financial side of your child’s care, so don’t hesitate to ask us for help!

How do I get emergency dental care for my child?

Did your child knock out a tooth? Are they struggling with considerable dental sensitivity? Does one or more of their teeth hurt when they bite down? If so, it’s important to call our Fort Worth pediatric dental office ASAP. Over the phone, a helpful member of our team will ask you a few questions, including what symptoms your child is experiencing. Then, they will determine if a same-day appointment is necessary. If it isn’t, then will take the time to walk you through what to do in the meantime.

Important note: If your child has fractured their jaw, their face is extremely swollen, or they are experiencing any potentially life-threatening symptoms, take them to the ER or call 911.

How can I find a female pediatric dentist?

If your family is in the Fort Worth area, then look no further than Trinity Pediatric Dentistry! We have an exceptional female pediatric dentist, Dr. Meghan Thorburn, who is passionate, kind, gentle, and experienced. If you’re not in the area, then consider asking friends, neighbors, colleagues, and family members for their recommendations. You can also type “female pediatric dentist near me” into Google for a quick list of providers in your area.

What level of education is required to be a dentist?

The road to being a dentist requires several years of schooling as well as a lifelong commitment to continuing education. The very first step in the process is earning an undergraduate degree. The second is attending one of only 67 accredited dental schools in the U.S. so they can complete three years of intensive in-classroom and hands-on training. Once they’ve earned their Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or a Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS) degree, they can practice dentistry, but they need to complete a certain number of continuing education hours each year to maintain their license.