Meet Dr. Childs
Dentist in Pittsburgh
For over 28 years, Dr. Earl Douglas Childs has proudly provided his patients with a full range of top notch dental care services in the downtown / uptown area of Pittsburgh. He is happy to announce the relocation of his office to bigger, brighter, brand new facilities at 1835 Forbes Avenue, Suite 3 in the Everett-Hurite professional building. The new office has free parking next to the building and is conveniently located 2 blocks from Mercy Hospital and 4 blocks form his former location in the Washington Plaza near the Consol Energy Center.
Dr. Childs believes that what separates his dental practice from others is the individual attention provided to every one of his patients, the ability to take care of most of their dental needs in one location and comprehensive care that is pain free and gentle.
Dr. Childs is a 1982 graduate of the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Dental Medicine and a 1978 graduate of Williams College. He loves his work and devotes many hours to continuing dental education, maintaining and adding to his skills for better patient care. Dr. Childs treats patients of all ages and strives to provide a home base for all of their dental needs: from cosmetic makeovers, pain free root canal and gum treatment to implants and Invisalign. He has been a member of the American Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentistry for over 30 years.
Dr. Childs and his long-term staff want you to feel at home when you walk into his practice. They don’t believe in assembly line dentistry and take pride in open and honest communication. They strive to make sure that all patients receive pain-free, comprehensive treatment in a warm, friendly and professional atmosphere.
Dr. Childs is a second generation dentist whose father practiced in the East End of Pittsburgh for nearly 50 years. He is proud to follow his father’s golden rule of dental care: Treat your patients as you would like to be treated yourself!
- Voted “Best Dentist Downtown”
- Readers Choice Award, Best Community Business
- Tribune Review