Your Trusted Pediatric Dentist in Louisville, KY
At William Kemper Pediatric Dentistry, we strive to provide a comfortable, relaxing, and stress-free dental experience for your child. From the bravest to the timid, we use positive reenforcement and engage your child in conversation to keep things fun and educational.
We’re About The Little People
William Kemper is a Pediatric Dentist who has been treating the smiles of children since 1986. With so much experience, it’s no wonder families come back for generations.
After being in the industry over 36 years, Dr. Kemper knows a thing or two about treating kids’ smiles. With his friendly approach and calming demeanor, he is able to put even the most timid child at ease.
Dr. Kemper is one of the only pediatric dentists in Louisville, KY that offers in-office Sedation Dentistry as a treatment option. This can save you money and prevent the child from the potentially traumatic experience of a hospital room.
Whether it’s 3pm or 3am, Dr. Kemper is available to help you and your child through any dental trauma. He personally screens each call, determines the severity and best course of action.
I have been taking my children to Dr. Kemper for 19 years. They are always kind, professional & efficient. The staff is caring and does a great job. My kids look forward to their dental appointments! Highly recommend this office!
I’ve been bringing my kids to Dr. Kemper for 16 years & have never been unhappy with the services. Everyone is professional, friendly & caring. I highly recommend this office to anyone looking for a pediatric dentist!
We love Dr. Kemper’s Dental practice. Our daughter has been going there for years . We tried three offices prior and none took the care of our special needs daughter like Dr. Kemper’s office!
Frequently Asked Questions
Check out our FAQs to find answers to your burning questions!
About every 6 months. This is especially important in their early years, because we’re building healthy dental habits and getting them familiar with going to the dentist.
Whether it’s a fractured tooth or a tooth that’s been lost, place the tooth or the piece of tooth in a small glass of milk and contact your emergency dentist immediately.
Generally speaking, all baby teeth need to be restored if cavities are present. Unless, the tooth is going to fall out within 6 to 9 months. However, this needs to be verified by your dentist using dental x-rays since there’s a wide variation among when kids lose their teeth.
A sealant is a material placed on the surfaces of permanent teeth to fill in the deep pits and fissures. It helps prevent food and liquid exposure and creates a smooth surface that is easier to clean. This can significantly reduce the chance of tooth decay.
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Let your child & their smile grow up with Dr. Kemper.