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At Tiny Teeth of Tally, we believe that going to the dentist should be an easy, enjoyable, and fun experience for kids (and their parents!)

We know that you may have many questions before your visit, and we are happy to answer them. Here, we tell you everything you need to know to prepare for your first appointment with us.

If there’s anything else you’d like to know, don’t hesitate to reach out. Call us at (850) 792-9100 — our team will be glad to answer all your questions!

1. Your Initial Consultation

Dr. Astrid will review your child’s medical history and examine their mouth to create a treatment plan that suits their needs.

2. Pre-OP Appointment

If your child is getting treatment under general anesthesia, you’ll meet with Mariane, our OR coordinator. Don’t forget to bring your medical insurance card!

3. Treatment

If your child is having surgery, you’ll see Dr. Astrid before and after the procedure to review the details of your child’s treatment.

4. Follow-Up Care

We’ll continue to work with you to prevent future cavities and see your child every 6 months for regular cleanings and exams.

Your child’s first appointment will include


1-hour consultation




Mouth examination


Teeth cleaning


Medical history review


Treatment plan

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Before Your Visit

Affordable dental services for kids

We like making dental care accessible for all families. That’s why we work with most dental insurance providers, including some Medicaid and Healthy Kids plans.

Insurance plans we currently work with
  • Delta Dental
  • Humana
  • Cigna
  • Aetna
  • Ameritas
  • Sun Life Financial
  • Principal
  • Guardian
  • Liberty Dental
  • MCNA
Effective November 1, 2023

We will be an out-of-network provider for the following plans:

    • Humana
    • Cigna
    • Aetna
    • Ameritas
    • Sun Life Financial
    • Principal
    • Guardian

Starting November 1, 2023, Tiny Teeth of Tally will operate as an out-of-network provider for these plans. To ensure prompt attention to your child’s dental needs, full payment is expected at the time of the appointment.

Payment options include:

  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Credit cards
  • Coming soon: Sunbit

We are in-network with (no changes for)
Delta Dental and Liberty Dental

What do these changes mean for you?
This allows us to prioritize quality care and personalized attention for your child’s dental needs.

Our commitment to your child’s smile… Let us handle any needed paperwork and submit insurance claims on your behalf. This means that eligible reimbursement will be sent directly to you from your insurance carrier, allowing a smoother, stress-free experience.

Our friendly front office staff will gladly take care of your insurance claims. We also offer different payment options such as cash, checks, and credit cards to accommodate your needs. Feel free to call us at (850) 792-9100 if you have any questions about your insurance benefits or payment options!

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“The best dental office ever! My daughter had an amazing experience. The staff was so kind and took their time and explained everything to her!”

Nicole H.

“Thank you Tiny Teeth for taking the time to explain the procedures performed in your office. It made the kids feel very comfortable. Amazing dentist!”

Aimee S.

“Both of my children love Dr. González, and that’s an amazing feeling to have as a parent. Also, the office is always clean and wonderfully decorated.”

Daviona M.

A dental office designed for your little one

Learn and Enjoy

Our office has been designed to make dental care fun. We love talking to our patients and taking the time to explain things to them in a simple and playful way.

Anxiety-Free Dental Care

We offer a variety of safe sedation options to help our little ones feel comfortable throughout their entire dental experience.

We Love Questions

Dr. Astrid will answer your questions with empathy and kindness, so you can feel confident that your children’s dental health is in the best hands.

We can help you and your child

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Forget about cavities and pain

Answers to your questions

When should I bring my baby to the dentist?

Your little one should see a dentist within 6 months after their first tooth appears or by their first birthday, whichever comes first. Both the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommend this timeline.

Why is it important to take your baby to the dentist?

An early dental visit can help your child overcome any fears of the dentist, making future appointments more enjoyable!

This visit is an opportunity for your little one to learn about the importance of dental care and hygiene from a young age, which can help them maintain healthy teeth and avoid pesky cavities. It’s also an important educational opportunity for parents! By scheduling that early dental visit, we help empower parents and detect any potential problems before they turn into more serious issues.

How do I prepare my baby for the first visit?

Are you worried that taking your toddler to the dentist will result in a major meltdown? Don’t worry, your child doesn’t have any negative associations with the dentist just yet. And it’s important to keep any personal negative feelings about dental visits in check so that your child can approach the appointment with fresh enthusiasm and excitement.

Take a deep breath and prepare for a fun and positive dental visit with your child! Here are some ways to do just that:

  • Read up and role-play. Read picture books about visiting the dentist, and encourage your toddler to play “dentist” with a stuffed animal or doll.
  • Use positive language when explaining the role of the dentist.
  • Come prepared with comfort toys and distractions for the waiting room and the dentist’s chair.
  • Plan a special treat for after the appointment. Something as simple as a trip to the playground can help your child focus on the positive aspects of the visit.
  • Stay relaxed during the appointment. If you’re cheerful and calm, you can help set the tone for your child to be relaxed too.
  • Be a good cheerleader for your little one. Congratulate them whenever possible and try to be supportive, even if they have difficulty cooperating.

Give your child a healthy smile

Going to the dentist shouldn’t be difficult or stressful. Our team is here to help your child get the dental care that they deserve so they can eat, sleep, and go to school without pain.


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