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Bilingual Staff

Our bilingual staff speaks both Spanish and English, allowing us to help anyone who comes through our doors. We are here and ready to help you!

Flexible Financing

Don't let financing prevent you from letting your kids have a bright smile! At Kids First Dental, we accept Medicaid, as well as all commercial insurances.

Pediatric Dentistry

The best way to have healthy teeth is to start when you are young. We focus on children’s dentistry, so they can maintain a great smile for years to come!

Family Friendly

Whether it’s your first time or the whole family is here, we will make sure you are taken care of, just like you’re one of our own family.

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About Us

Welcome to Kids First Dental

Kids First Dental is committed to providing the highest quality dental care primarily to young people from their very first visit. Our goal is to develop a generation of children who do not fear the dentist, but who actually enjoy going to the dentist!

Our doctors and staff of dental professionals were selected not only for their clinical skill, but for their love of children. This combination of skill and caring reflects our team’s dedication to our family of patients. We extend our commitment to children’s dentistry by participating in a number of community events designed to encourage families to obtain quality dental care for their children. We emphasize prevention and treatment techniques to ensure our patients receive the foundation for a lifetime of good oral health.

Meet Our Doctors

Meet the Doctors

Dr. Robert H. Ellis III

Dr. Robert Ellis is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. He received…

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Dr. Harold Jablon

Dr. Harold Jablon has been practicing dentistry since graduating from the Medical University of South…

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Dr. Mouna Bosler

Dr. Mouna Bosler is originally from Damascus, Syria and moved to the United States in…

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Dr. Sylvester Adu Boahene

Dr. Sylvester Adu Boahene has been practicing dentistry for thirteen years. He completed his BDS…

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Dr. Kimberly Smith

Dr. Kimberly D. Smith received her undergraduate degree from South Carolina State University and her…

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Dr. Leonardo Koerich

Dr. Leonardo “Leo” Koerich was born and raised in Brazil. He first completed his DDS…

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Dr. Lindsey Koerich

Dr. Lindsey Eidson Koerich (“Dr. Lindsey”) grew up in Hickory, North Carolina and went to…

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Dr. Salvatore Livreri (AKA Dr. Sal)

Dr. Sal Livreri obtained his DMD degree from MUSC in 2001. He received his Certificate…

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We are closely following the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) guidelines and recommendations on the steps we can take to help prevent the spread of the virus. We have one simple objective- keeping our patients, accompanying family members and our employees safe. We have reviewed specific instructions with our employees on the universal precautions that are standard procedure in the dental field and health care industry which includes the importance of employees frequently washing their hands, wearing protective masks and staying home if they feel sick or are returning from an area of the world identified as posing a coronavirus-related risk. Per CDC recommendations, we will ask employees who have traveled to such locations or have been exposed to others who have traveled to such locations to self-quarantine for 14 days. We have also increased our cleaning protocol at our offices and are adding additional hand sanitizers throughout the office for patients and family members to use. Sanitizing wipes are near patient areas, counters and workstations so that employees can keep them continuously cleaned.

Any patients or accompanying family members who are experiencing acute respiratory illness, including symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath, need to reschedule their appointments. Also if the patient or any accompanying family members have traveled to any high risk areas (China, Japan, Korea, Italy, Middle East or other high risk areas) in the last two weeks we respectfully ask that you reschedule your appointment to a later date when you have been symptom free for at least two weeks.

The risk of coronavirus is still low in the United States but we are committed to making sure those risk remain low at our dental offices.

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