Barkley Pediatric Dentistry
Serving Southwest Florida since 1975!
Smile bright with
Family Friendly Dental Care!
For a family-friendly experience from start to finish, bring your children to Barkley Pediatric Dentistry in Fort Myers. Our dentists understand kids and teens. In fact, the whole staff is dedicated to serving children, and they know how to put a smile on their faces. Your children will feel as comfortable here as they would at school or a friend’s house.
Plus, we enjoy helping parents and caregivers teach healthy habits from a young age. It’s no easy task, but together we can set up your kids for a lifetime of success – which is really something to smile about!
Visit Our New Location
We look forward to welcoming you at the NEW HOME of Barkley Pediatric Dentistry off Winkler Road and College Parkway in the FineMark National Bank & Trust plaza!
Construction of our new facility is complete and it includes plenty of PARKING SPACES! All appointments now occur at our new location, 6090 Winkler Road, Fort Myers, FL 33919.
Pediatric Dental Services in Fort Myers
Teeth cleaning and fluoride treatments
Meet the Dentists at Barkley Pediatric Dentistry
If you want to know more about our dental and orthodontic team, look no further! Their full credentials are available here, and we’re happy to answer any questions you might have when you schedule your appointment.
Preparing for Your Child’s Dental Visit
Whether it is your child’s first visit to the dentist, or they are encountering a new procedure, it helps to know what to expect. To help with that, we’ve compiled all kinds of helpful articles to prepare you and your children for the best dental visit possible. Here are a few examples of popular topics:
Baby’s First Visit
It is recommended children are first seen by a dentist at 12 months of age.
Please let us know in advance if your child needs sedation to relieve stress and pain so we are prepared to accommodate them.
For children who require dental treatment, post-operative care instructions will be provided to the parents or caregivers.
In the event of a serious dental emergency, current patients should contact our office immediately. If during operating hours, our staff will advise if an emergency room visit is necessary. If it is outside of our operating hours, our on-call services are available to current patients of record.