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Dr. James L. Lee Jr. DDS is one of Fort Smith’s oldest and most trusted pediatric dental facilities, and we are happy to continue serving our young patients and their families for many years to come! Ask around, and chances are, someone you know went to Dr. Lee as a child, or their children are visiting us now! We offer services from the time your child begins to show teeth, all the way until their 18th birthday! Dr. Lee Pediatric Dentist phones are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week in case of after hours emergency, and we are conveniently located in Waldron Place Center, across from Central Mall. Take a look around our website to learn more, or give us a call today!

A Few Testimonials:

  • “Dr. Lee is the perfect Dentist for my kids. My kids love him. The staff is very nice and welcoming. Very high marks to Dr. Lee and his stff!  Crazy, but my kids now don't mind making a trip to the Dentist. ”

    David & Ann S. 
    Fort Smith, AR. 
  • “We are so very happy that we found Dr. Lee for our family. We were looking for a Dentist that had experience and a kind slight of hand with our kids.  So far, we've been so happy with Dr. Lee. The staff is so wonderful!”

    Adam & Steph R.
    Van Buren, AR.
  • “We are more that thrilled that we decided to use Dr. Lee. Our kids are very happy as well and have a great smile thanks to Dr. Lee. The braces are perfect too. And the follow-ups are always a pleasent experience. ”

    Josh & Christy G.
    Fort Smith, AR. 


What should I use to clean my baby’s teeth?
A toothbrush will remove plaque bacteria that can lead to decay. An age appropriate toothbrush should be used twice a day. Brush using tooth sized circles instead of a back and forth motion. While a child should practice brushing, parents should clean their children’s teeth until at least seven years of age.

When should I take my child to the dentist for the first check-up?
In order to prevent dental problems, your child should see a pediatric dentist between the age of one and two years old. A pediatric dentist will see any child with a dental problem regardless of how young they may be.

What is the difference between a pediatric dentist and a family dentist?
Pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry. A Pediatric dentist has 2 or 3 years of specialty training following dental school and limits his/her practice to treating children only. Pediatric dentists are primary delete(and) specialty oral care providers for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health needs.Mobirise has provided for website developers a growing library of modern blocks which can be used either partially or in full for every website developed through the builder.

Dr. Lee's Tip 1

Make brushing a part of the routine – Make sure that your kids understand just how important it is to brush their teeth. Before school and before bed, brushing teeth should become a regular part of life. Talk to your children about why they should keep their teeth healthy, and if you or your children have any questions, feel free to ask us at Dr. Lee’s office!

Dr. Lee's Tip 2

Buy a timer – Place a timer in the bathroom by the sink where a child can see it. Teach your children that teeth must be cleaned for two minutes with different motions—up and down, side to side, and reaching the front and the back teeth. There are even toothbrushes available today that have timers in them, which light up and make children want to grab that toothpaste!

Dr. Lee's Tip 3

Make it interactive – kids today are more connected to the Internet and the World Wide Web than ever before. Enter their world by showing some video clips about what cavities can do might be the key to get them brushing! Here are a few clips that you can try at home.

Dr. Lee's Tip 4

Stay away from the soda pop – Take the time to stress the importance of healthy eating and drinking habits. The less sugar from sodas and candies that is passing through a child’s body, the less the chances of a child developing cavities. Not only is healthy eating good for dental health, but it is important for a child to grow up strong with the right lessons for life.

Dr. Lee's Tip 5

Do it together – Get together and brush your teeth at the same time. You can set the timer and both you and your children can practice good dental habits at the same time. Not only will your kids have sparkling whites, but you will too! Plus, you are creating healthy memories that will last a lifetime, just like your teeth.

About Dr. Lee

I have been married to my wife Linda since college, a father of three children and a grandfather of three wonderful grand kids. My priorities in life are God, family and country. For me, pediatric dentistry plays a part in all three of these priorities. I enjoy working with you and your children.Make your own website in a few clicks! Mobirise helps you cut down development time by providing you with a flexible website editor with a drag and drop interface.

1501 S Waldron Rd Suite 200 Fort Smith, Ar 72903

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Phone: 479-452-8650 




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