Anderson Pediatric Dentistry. . . Something to Smile About!
Who are we? Anderson Pediatric Dentistry is more than your kid’s dentist. We are your partners. We are your go-to resource for infant care, routine visits, laser dentistry, special needs dentistry and emergency care. Our goals are the same as yours. We want to give your child a beautiful smile, superior dental care, and a positive experience.
As a pediatric practice, we strive to give parents and children the education and tools they need to make good choices and create healthy habits for life. We want children to feel good about visiting the dentist and parents to feel confident in the care their child receives. Whether you are preparing for your child’s first visit or a routine check-up, our goal is the same- to provide a relaxed and friendly environment where both you and your child feel welcomed, cared for and respected, and every experience is a positive one. In short, we want to give you and your child Something to Smile About!
If you are looking for a dental home for your child, Anderson Pediatric Dentistry welcomes you.
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Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Kevin Nietzer
Dr. Kevin is a board certified pediatric dentist. He received his undergraduate degree at University of Georgia, graduated dental school in the top 10% of his class at Boston University, and completed a two-year pediatric residency through Lutheran Medical center in Hawaii, where he was named Chief Resident. Dr. Kevin then spent four years on the Big Island, where he served as Dental Director for the West Hawaii Community Health Center. Read More....
Dr. Kathleen Monn
Dr. Kat should have been born in the south. A Clemson fan through and through, she came to South Carolina from Michigan when she received a swimming scholarship to Clemson University. She excelled in both academics and athletics, being named a four-time academic All-American and co-captain of her team her junior and senior years. Making the south her home, she attended dental school and completed her pediatric residency in Charleston at the Medical University of South Carolina. Read more...