Dr. Michele Kaider – Alstodt, D.D.S.
Dr. “Michele” Kaider-Alstodt
Owner and Creator of Kiddsmiles Pediatric Dentistry
As a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist and mother of three, I know how very important it is that a child feels good about visiting the dentist and avoids becoming the victim of dental phobia. I myself had very poor dental experience as a child and teenager and have vowed to make it so all my patients receive quality care by a fun and warm dentist who cares about their fears and their emotions.
Over the past 13 years I have proudly built an organization known as Kiddsmiles Pediatric Dentistry with 7 Pediatric Dental Offices located in the NY area. Our newest office just opened in Floral Park, Summer of 2019.
Our offices are equipped with the latest state of the art technology, including laser dentistry (no needle fillings, digital x-rays, and computer imaging as well as the latest and best dental restorative materials. Our staff has extra training and experience in dealing with children, as well as those with special needs. Everyone is aware that the visit is supposed to be as fun and comfortable as possible. Most of our staff are moms as well and can relate to the children’s needs. We offer sedation dentistry as well.
I have great pride in the Kiddsmiles Team and our true goal is to deliver the utmost best care to the children of this community.
Pediatric Dental Certificate/Training
New York University, New York, NY—Chief Resident DDS degree at New York University: Awarded American Childrens Dentistry Award for an undergraduate student.
National Institute of Health, Biochemistry of dental microflora. Advanced Training Includes: Sippy Cup/Nursing Bottle Syndrome (Early Childhood Caries), Thumb-Sucking Syndrome, Laser Pediatric Dentistry, Interceptive Orthodontics, Dentistry for Children with Special Needs, Hospital Dentistry, PALS
Diplomate of The American Board of Pediatric Dentistry
Nassau County Dental Association, American Dental Association
Makes dental presentations to day-care and preschool students throughout the year.