Beautiful Smiles on the Horizon

Pediatric Dental

at Rockford Ambulatory Surgery Center

Pediatric Dental

Gentle Care for Young Smiles at Rockford Ambulatory Surgery Center (RASC)

At Rockford Ambulatory Surgery Center (RASC), we understand that children's dental procedures can be a source of anxiety for both little ones and parents. That's why we've tailored our pediatric dental surgery services to offer a comfortable, child-friendly experience that parents can trust, and little ones won't fear.

Understanding Pediatric Dental and the Procedure

Pediatric Dental

Understanding Pediatric Dental and the Procedure


Pediatric dental care includes a range of procedures from tooth extractions to complex surgeries for treating dental injuries or severe decay in children.


All treatments are performed under anesthesia to guarantee a pain-free and comfortable experience for young patients.


The goal of pediatric dental procedures is to preserve or restore oral health while minimizing discomfort and anxiety for children during their dental treatment.


Understanding and Preparing Your Child


A Team You Can Rely On


Recovery with a Gentle Touch

Before any procedure, your child's dentist will explain the process to both you and your child using easy-to-understand language. You'll receive detailed instructions on how to prepare your child for surgery, such as fasting guidelines. We'll also provide you with information on what to bring to ensure your child feels as relaxed and comfortable as possible. RASC offers pre-surgical tours to help ease your child’s anxiety.

On the day of the procedure, your child will be in the capable hands of their own dentist, supported by our compassionate and skilled RASC staff. Using the most appropriate form of anesthesia for your child's procedure and comfort level, we'll ensure that they are safe and pain-free. Our facilities are equipped with the latest in pediatric dental technology, allowing us to provide the highest standard of care.

After the surgery, we'll closely monitor your child as they wake up from anesthesia. Before you take your child home, we'll give you detailed aftercare instructions, including pain management and any necessary dietary adjustments. We aim for a recovery that's as quick and comfortable as possible, with your child's dentist available for any follow-up care or questions.

Meet some of the physicians that perform Pediatric Dental at Rockford Ambulatory Service Center

Why Choose RASC for Your Pediatric Dental?

Economic Choice

At RASC, we believe that quality healthcare should be affordable. Our facility is designed to offer the same high-quality care as hospitals but at a more economical cost.

Enjoy the advantage of a cost-effective procedure without the higher costs associated with large hospitals.

Compare Procedure Costs

Child-Centered Environment

Our surgery center is designed to be a warm and welcoming space for children and their families.

Experienced Teams

Our surgical staff are specialists in outpatient procedures, ensuring that you receive expert care in a welcoming environment.

State-of-the-Art Facility

RASC is equipped with the latest in medical technology, providing you with the highest standard of care.


We understand your time is valuable. Our efficient scheduling and streamlined processes mean you spend less time waiting and more time recovering in the comfort of your home.

*Cost data obtained from the Illinois Hospital Report Card and Consumers Guide to Health Care. See Averages based on billed charges for procedures performed on an outpatient basis at local Rockford area hospitals. The out-of-pocket amount is dependent on your health plan’s coinsurance amount.

Please note: The cost comparison table presented is a simplified overview designed for general informational purposes. It consolidates various specific procedures under broader procedural categories. For instance, the term "Lens Procedure" encompasses both cataract surgeries and other lens-related outpatient procedures, among others. This consolidation is made to streamline the presentation of information and may not reflect the full detail or scope of individual procedures.