Patient Information

New & Existing Patients

There's nothing we love more than building heartfelt connections with our patients. From familiar faces to first time visitors, it's our pleasure to be your child's regular dentist.

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) and the American Pediatric Association (APA) recommend that children start to come to the dentist around one year of age, when their first teeth begin to come in. This allows us to track your little one's oral health from the get-go, keeping them cavity free and making sure parents are educated about their children's well-being.

We're always happy to welcome new patients! We ask you to print and complete the new patient forms below for a seamless first-time office visit. In the meantime, be sure to check out what our existing patients are saying about Northeast Pediatric Dentistry.

Existing Patients' Reviews

"Patients for 10 years! Best dentist and staff around!! Thanks for always taking such good care of my boys and helping me raise them with good dental health. I appreciate knowing that they're in good hands!" -Garrett M.

"The staff at Dr. Kugar's office are so welcoming and friendly. My five-year-old loves going to the dentist and isn't ever afraid or timid about the experience. Thanks!" -Logan B.

"We have found our "dental home" After leaving your office, my daughter said, "that is the BEST dentist i have been to and I want to go back there!!" Thank you SO much to Dr. Kugar and her amazing staff (from the front desk to the patient chair) for making us both feel important and listened to!" -Elizabeth G.

"The staff is fantastic and takes great care of their patients!!" -Charlotte Z.

"It was my son's first visit. They did a wonderful job! I am so glad I went there instead of my regular dentist. They were so good from start to finish. Everyone was amazing and explained every step to my son. He was so relaxed and entertained. What a GREAT staff and Doctor! I highly recommend!" -Eli M.

Please print and fill out these documents and bring them with you to the office