The mission of Northeast Pediatric dentistry is to provide the highest quality of dental care to the pediatric population of Concord, Charlotte, Davidson, Kannapolis and all surrounding communities. The families that we serve will receive compassionate, gentle, and respectful comprehensive dental care for their infants, children, adolescents, and children with special health care needs. This will be provided in a family friendly and culturally sensitive environment. Our goal is to facilitate the highest level of pediatric dental treatment, including prevention of dental disease and educating our community about oral health. Our practice will strive to ensure our patients have enjoyable dental visits at an affordable cost, while simultaneously maximizing each child's
potential to live a life of optimal oral health
Cosmetic - Whitening
Orthodontic - Braces
Most insurance accepted
Certifications & Memberships
96.0%would refer friends and family to us
Always a joyable experience. The staff is very friendly and makes my daughter feel comfortable. Our hygienist was extremely helfpul and a true gym. I also love that they send a reminder email and text message.
Dr. Jackson and her staff always make my son feel at home. She answers all his questions and makes sure he is at ease before doing anything. He just recently had his first cavity and she was amazing. I stayed with him for the filling and was so pleased with the whole process. I highly recommend Dr. Jackson to anyone with kids.
Dr. Jackson and her staff were great! I did't have a hard time getting an appointment for my daughter, who was new patient. We didn't have to wait long once we checked in. My daughter loved all the paintings of Disney characters on the walls.
Normally my experiences are very good. My dog does not do well with shots so he normally only gets one at a time. Both the tech and vet told me kennel cough would be intranasal and then he would get a Lyme vaccine injection. When I got home, he very quickly started to be his lethargic post vaccine self, I called the vets office to see where his injection site was so I would know where he would be sore and I was extremely unhappy to find out that they gave him 2 injections instead of one.