Our passion is helping our young patients grow healthy smiles. Book an appointment at Wilson Pediatric Dentistry in Wilson, NC.

Your child’s first dental visit doesn’t need to be a stressful experience. We make the process comforting and fun.

Here at Wilson Pediatric Dentistry, we offer a variety of services to foster healthy growth of your child’s new teeth.

Pediatric Dentistry For All Ages in Wilson, NC

Staff photo for local pediatric dentist in Wilson, NC: Wilson Pediatric Dentistry.We’re excited to welcome you to our practice. Here at Wilson Pediatric Dentistry, we recognize that pediatric dental care is important and that children have unique needs. By establishing a strong dental plan, your child will have a jump-start on a lifetime of healthy teeth and shining smiles. Everything we do is targeted at creating the best possible experiences for our young patients. From the welcoming lobby to our friendly staff, we create a warm and reassuring environment for your son or daughter.

From there we work closely with you and your child to develop a dental health plan catered to their particular needs. With a focus on preventative dental care, we offer treatments that help foster healthy development of teeth.

Get your child started off on the path to dental health! Contact us to learn more about your local pediatric dentist in Wilson, North Carolina. We also serve the Rocky Mount and Kenly areas.

A Team that Cares

Dr. Jasmine Elmore, DDS has dedicated her professional career to providing the kids of Wilson, North Carolina, the best possible dental care. As the owner of Wilson Pediatric Dentistry, she has assembled a team who excel at providing young patients with warm, compassionate care.

Her staff has years of experience working in pediatric dentistry. From the second you check in with one of our Tiny Tooth Heroes, to your check-out, you’ll experience a warm and friendly atmosphere that will help your child ease into excellent dental health. Our team is excited to work with your child. Learn more about what makes our team special.

Dr. Elmore will be on sabbatical in 2019. Dr. Elmore has personally selected Dr. Love Moore, Pediatric Dentist, to care for all the amazing children at Wilson Pediatric Dentistry. Wilson Pediatric Dentistry is excited about the growth we continue to have thanks to our awesome team and patients!

Welcome Dr. Moore!

As a pediatric dentist, Dr. Love Moore, DDS enjoys watching kids grow while providing quality dental care. Dr. Moore grew up in Garner, North Carolina. She received her Doctorate of Dental Surgery from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. While at Meharry Medical College, she was inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Society and graduated at the top of her class.
After dental school, Dr. Moore continued her postgraduate studies at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine and received her certificate in Pediatric Dentistry. Her training has given her extensive experience in all aspects of pediatric dental care, including caring for infants and patients with special needs. She is excited to work with your child at Wilson Pediatric Dentistry.

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Office Hours

Mon | 8:00am- 4:00pm
Tue | 8:00am- 4:00pm
Wed | 8:00am- 4:00pm
Thur | 8:00am- 4:00pm
Fri | 8:00am- 1:00pm*
Sat | 8:00am- 1:00pm*
*Open Select Fridays & Saturdays. Please Call for Availability
Closed Sun


(252) 291-4300
Wilson Pediatric Dentistry
2401 Wooten Blvd SW Suite F
Wilson, NC 27893

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Your child’s first dental appointment should be set up around their first birthday or the emergence of their first tooth.
Although children do lose their primary teeth, issues with them may have an impact on permanent teeth. We also focus on monitoring development and making sure the new teeth come in right.
Pediatric dentists, like Dr. Elmore, go through special training, and focus their careers solely on children. For this reason, they are uniquely qualified in the treatment of children.
Most children should see the dentist once every six months, but children who are prone to cavities and other dental problems should visit more often.
Most children should see the dentist once every six months, but children who are prone to cavities and other dental problems should visit more often.
Parents and guardians are their children’s most powerful dental allies. A healthy diet and regular home care are critical. Dr. Elmore will create a dental plan around your daughter or son’s unique needs, and it will be your role to help carry out that plan.

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