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It's a great day at Revere Pediatric Dentistry!

Dr. Baloul wants to help introduce your child to a lifetime of good oral health. It is our office goal to help prevent oral health issues and sustain a long healthy smile for our young patients. We want to be your dental home and guide you through your child’s individual growth so that they can grow to be healthy, happy children.

Our website will provide you with background about our office, staff, office hours, appointment procedures, directions to our office, and other useful information. We aim to make you and your family’s dental care a comfortable and seamless process.

Our office serves infants, children, teens and children with special health care needs in Revere, MA.



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Meet the Doctors

  • Dr.
    Kamar Baloul

    Dr. Baloul wants to make each of her patient’s visits to Revere Pediatric Dentistry a successful and enjoyable experience. She understands that children are curious, energetic, and always learning. This is what makes her work so rewarding. She enjoys teaching children the importance of oral health care and how good care will benefit them throughout their lives.

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  • Dr.
    Andrew Moawad

    Dr. Andrew Moawad is a native of Weymouth, Massachusetts. He provides specialized dentistry for children and adolescents in a “child-friendly environment”. As a pediatric dentist, Dr. Moawad focuses on preventative care to help each child grow a healthy smile that will last a lifetime.

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  • Dr.
    Arifa Bakerywala

    Dr. Arifa Bakerywala received her Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree from the Boston University School of Dental Medicine. She then completed her pediatric dental residency at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. Her education included advanced studies and specialized training in dentistry for children, adolescents, special needs, and medically compromised patients.

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Read our Reviews

  • "They were absolutely wonderful with my son who has special needs and very gentle with him by explaining things and what they are going to do I highly recommend them."
    Ann Marie
  • "We have had an excellent experience! Nice and professional."
    Kim

Featured Articles

  • Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Patient

    Patient Rights You have a right to choose your own dentist and schedule an appointment in a timely manner. You have a right to know the education and training of your dentist and the dental care team. You have a right to arrange to see the dentist every time you receive dental treatment, subject to ...

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  • X-Rays

    In addition to spotting cavities early, X-rays are used to examine erupting teeth, diagnose bone diseases, evaluate injury, or plan orthodontic treatment. In general, children need X-rays more often than adults because their mouths grow and change rapidly. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry ...

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  • Women and Tooth Care

    Women have special needs when it comes to their oral health. That’s because the physical changes they undergo through life—menstruation, pregnancy and childbirth, breast-feeding and menopause—cause many changes in the body, some harmful to teeth and gums. Lesions and ulcers, dry sockets, as ...

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  • Wisdom Teeth

    Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars that erupt in the back corners of the upper and lower normal adult mouth. Unfortunately, most people experience problems from wisdom teeth; in most cases, this is because the teeth erupt too close to existing permanent teeth, causing crowding, improper ...

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  • Wisdom Teeth

    Wisdom teeth, or third molars, typically begin to develop in early adolescence, and may attempt to erupt into the mouth around the ages of 17 to 20. Wisdom teeth are sometimes removed after the roots are somewhat developed, or at least three-fourths developed. This is usually in the adolescent years. ...

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  • What is Tooth Decay?

    Plaque is an insidious substance—a colorless, sticky film—that blankets your teeth and creates an environment in which bacteria erode tooth enamel, cause gum irritation, infection in inner structures such as pulp and the roots, and in extreme cases, tooth loss. Some of the biggest culprits causing ...

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  • What is Plaque?

    Plaque is a film of bacteria that forms on your teeth and gums after eating foods that produce acids. These foods may include carbohydrates (starches and sugars), such as candy and cookies, and starchy foods such as bread, crackers, and cereal. Tooth decay leads to cavities and occurs when plaque remains ...

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  • Teeth Whitening

    There are two types of tooth stains - intrinsic (internal stain) and extrinsic (external stain). Intrinsic stains occur from within the tooth, and cannot be removed by brushing and flossing; bleaching may also not be effective. Some causes of intrinsic staining occur from tooth injury, certain medications ...

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  • Water Picks

    There is never a suitable substitute for daily brushing and flossing. While some products, including water irrigation devices (or “water picks”), may be useful for specific applications, they may not be as effective as traditional flossing in the removal of plaque. Water picks use powerful ...

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  • Your First Dental Visit

    Your first dental visit promises to be a pleasant experience. Making sound decisions about your dental care and oral health is an easy thing to do with the right preparation beforehand: Make a list of questions to ask our office, so you don't forget anything on the day of your appointment. This ...

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Office Hours

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Every Other Saturday

Sunday:

Closed