About Our Pediatric Dental Office
Healthy smiles start here! From the moment you step foot into the office, our goal is to provide an interactive experience for all of our kiddos so they look forward to coming to the dentist for years to come. Our Aston office has a unique under-the-sea theme so parents can sit back and relax while their child dives into their dental adventure. Our kid’s corner keeps our patients entertained along with underwater wall murals, video games, and a kid’s corner full of fun.
Is your child a bit nervous about visiting the dentist? You can request a tour of our Aston dental office prior to coming in for their first appointment. This will help your little one get to know our doctor and staff, calm their nerves, and make their dental visit go even more smoothly.
How to Get to Our Pediatric Dental Office
You’ll find Children’s Dental Health of Aston next to Bette’s Family Fun Center across from the Aston Township Fire Department. Children’s Dental Health of Aston is conveniently located along Septa Bus Route 114 at the corner of Dutton Mill Road and Pancoast Avenue, less than a two-minute walk from our office.
Meet Your Child’s Pediatric Dentist
Dr. Andrea Sinnamon
Pennsylvania State University, University of Maryland, Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia in General Practice
“I’ve always had a desire to make a difference in children’s lives through such a rewarding profession.”
Dr. Sinnamon strives to treat every family with empathy and understanding towards kids and their parents as they navigate the sometimes difficult road to treating decay.
St. John’s University, Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
“I have always enjoyed working with children. Childhood development has always been a passion of mine. During dental school I decided to pursue pediatrics so that I could continue serving children and families in the most comfortable way possible.”
Temple University, Boston University
I love being able to put a smile on a kid’s face after they finish a procedure they were initially afraid of.
Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Rutgers University
.”I am passionate about working in pediatric dentistry because of the energy and positivity that children have!”
Dr. Patel served as Chief Resident during her pediatric dental residency and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.