Dr. Barlow is a different kind of dentist. With his child-oriented style and fun personality, he gets children excited about their dental care, helping them develop healthy habits that will last a lifetime.
After receiving his doctorate in dental surgery at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry, he went on to complete a two-year residency in pediatric dentistry. The residency gave him the specialized training he needed to become a Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist, a distinction earned by fewer than three percent of all dentists.
When he’s not at Little Smiles, Dr. Barlow can often be found spending time with his family. He loves all kinds of sports: skiing, fly-fishing, hiking, road cycling, and boating.
We understand you have options when it comes to which dentist you choose, which is why we strive for treatments that are free from frowns. Complete comprehension is our utmost goal, so feel free to ask as many questions as you wish about the motives for treatment, what's involved, timing and cost, etc.
We have experience treating children with special needs, so if that is a concern of yours, you've come to the right place. Parents always have a place at our procedures.
We're not one of those offices where you will be waiting around for hours. We are careful in booking our appointments so that yours will start on time or even early.
New uninsured patients only
Includes comprehensive exam by the doctor and necessary x‑rays.
(D0150, D0274, D0330)
A new patient exam is required. Includes a professional dental cleaning and fluoride varnish.
Bring your child in before their second birthday for a free exam and oral hygiene instruction.
Little Smiles for Miles Membership Club.
Make easy monthly payments for your child's preventive care and save money on any needed treatments.
Exclusively for our new and existing uninsured patients.
If you have already scheduled your new patient exam and need to provide our office with your health history information, click the button below.
If you have previously submitted your new patient health history and need to log in and change any of your details before your next appointment, click the button below.
If your child has a dental emergency after our regular business hours (Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm), we are on-call!
To speak with our team member on call, dial (208) 262-1633!
Conditions involving teeth knocked out of the mouth and broken teeth are emergencies!
Call the phone number above and leave a message. One of our team members will call you right back!
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|100 Points:||1 Movie Ticket-or-$10.00 Retail Gift Card|
|150 Points:||$15.00 Food or Retail Gift Card|
|200 Points:||2 Movie Tickets-or-$20.00 Retail Gift Card|
|250 Points:||$25.00 Gift Card-or-$25.00 Triple Play Card|
|300 Points:||$30.00 Retail Gift Card-or-Silverwood Day Pass|
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Our office is committed to following the most current guidelines in fighting the spread of COVID-19. The latest recommendation from the American Dental Association is that, “dentists nationwide postpone elective procedures for the next three weeks.”
Effective Wednesday, March 18, we will be seeing patients who have urgent dental needs and dental emergencies only.