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We Are Burlington, NC Medicaid Pediatric Dentists

Crisp & Associates has been a staple of the Burlington, NC community for decades. Founder Dr. Rosalyn Crisp has built a successful career from her love of children and the beautiful relationships she’s forged with families over the years.

That success has led to what are now 3 locations – 2 in the Burlington area and one in Yanceyville.

Our East Burlington location is on Vaughn Road. Some notable landmarks nearby include Marco’s Pizza, T.K.U Auto Sales, Piedmont Health Seniorcare, and Duke Energy.

Our West Burlington location is on South Church Street, and is near Trinity Worship Center, West Pointe Apartments, and American National Bank and Trust.

If you’re in Yanceyville, you can find us on NC-86 between the Caswell County ABC Store and Cobb’s Collision Center.

5 steps in a dental emergency

Guide for parents with children with high sensory needs

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As a Burlington pediatric dental office, we are used to seeing new patients on a regular basis as families in our area have new children that age into their first visit.

We have a team of pediatric dentists in our locations now, which gives families a larger dental family and allows us to more readily see kinds for prompt appointments and for dental emergencies. Our office also accepts Medicaid, giving you more options to find a dental home for your children.

A Complete Solution for Burlington Families

Parents often wonder what the advantages of bringing their children to a pediatric dentist are versus seeing a regular dentist. Apart from the additional training, which we talk about on the linked FAQ page, the main component is the focus the staff puts on being able to get along with and relate to children.

This is a big part of what makes us different.

But more than that, we are also a warm and compassionate dental home for special needs patients.

And because we understand it can be tough to find a dental office for special needs kids, we don’t generally age those patients out at age 18-24 like we do other pediatric patients. That means that the relationship we build with those young patients can last a lifetime.