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Your Child’s First Visit


When your child first arrives at our office with you, we want to do everything we can to give your child a positive experience to build on. Pediatric Dentistry has undergone tremendous changes in the past several years. These changes have most definitely been for the better. Still, many parents may have some apprehensions for their child or misconceptions based on their past experiences. It is important to us to address your concerns as well as put your child at ease during your first visit.


No matter what your experience has been, this is an opportunity to help your child to "get off on the right foot". When talking to your child, treat the future visit in a positive excited fashion. Be honest with your child, but be careful not to alarm a child with discomforting thoughts if you have not yet learned about our special approach. Feel free to visit our office before your child's appointment if

you wish.

What to expect


1. We will get to know you and your child


2. Address health history & chief concerns


3. Cleaning


4. Fluoride treatment


5. X-rays, if needed (usually around age 4)


6. Oral hygiene instructions conducted in an
    age appropriate fashion


7. Exam by Dr. Wiggins which detects:

Necessary tooth restorations (For decayed teeth, chipped or broken teeth, abscessed teeth)

Need for preventative care (Preventative resins, fluoride therapy, patient education, diet counseling...if necessary)

Need for orthodontic consideration (Crowding, spacing, missing teeth, extra teeth, grow & development of jaw & face)

Detection of any abnormalities

What to know

1. Make an appointment with our office.

Call 208-743-2505 or email staff@WigginsD4C.com


2. The American Dental Society recommends children be seen by their first birthday or within six months of their first tooth.

3. Schedule your appointment when your child is alert, not tired. We recommend early morning appointments for younger children.


4. Be enthusiastic with your child about their visit!


5. Please provide a complete medical and dental history about your child. Complete our forms

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Meet Dr. Jeremy Wiggins


Dr. Jeremy Wiggins began his Children’s Dental practice with his father in June of 2002. He graduated from Walla Walla College with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1996 and entered Loma Linda University School of Dentistry in September of that year. Graduating four years later, with a DDS degree and was awarded the American Society of Dentistry for Children's (ASDC) certificate for “outstanding interest and proficiency in dentistry for children.”  Dr. Jeremy was accepted into the Pediatric Dental residency program at Loma Linda University where he received extensive training in hospital dentistry and emergency dental trauma. His residency was completed in June of 2002 at which time he moved his family to the Lewis Clark Valley.


Dr. Jeremy is a member of the staff of St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center. He also studies with nationally known orthodontist and pediatric dentist, Dr. Gerald Samson.

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Pediatric Dentistry is the specialty recognized by the American Dental Association which encompasses comprehensive dental care for all children, from infancy through adolescence.

A children's dental specialist like Dr. Jeremy is a practitioner who, after becoming a general dentist (often called a family dentist), has completed an additional two years of post-doctoral training in the recognition and treatment of children’s dental and orthodontic problems.


Specialty education includes child psychology, behavior guidance, preventive techniques, restorative dentistry, interceptive and comprehensive care (braces), and the treatment of handicapped or chronically ill children.


A pediatric dentist is the only dentist completely qualified in delivering comprehensive children’s dental care.

Ways to Schedule a Visit


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fax  208.746.6395


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Bryden Canyon Center

3326 4th Street, Suite 4

Lewiston, Idaho 83501
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We are available

Monday – Thursday 8:00 –noon and 1 pm – 4 pm  and Friday 8:30 – noon

Driving Directions:


From highway 12 or 95 into Lewiston, continue up 21st Street, proceed up the grade. 21st Street will turn into Thain Road.


Continue on Thain to Bryden Avenue take a right on Bryden. Follow Bryden Avenue to Fourth Street and take another right, continue a short distance until you see the Bryden Canyon Center, take a left

into the complex.


Dentistry “4” Children is in Suite 4.