Trusted Newnan Kids Dentist

We're proud to be your trusted Newnan kids dentist serving Newnan and the surrounding areas.

2143 Newnan Crossing Blvd
Suite 100
Newnan, GA 30265

(470) 541-2426

Your Newnan Kids Dentist


After growing up in Arkansas, Dr. Jovas Booker moved back to Georgia to attend The University of Georgia in Athens, where he studied biology. While there, he was very involved in service organizations, including Arch Society. From there, he went on to dental school at the Medical College of Georgia.

Dr. Jovas graduated dental school with honors at the top of his class and was a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society. Due to his love for kids, pediatric dentistry was a natural progression.

He completed his residency at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia/University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. There he gained the experience and expertise necessary to provide comprehensive dental care for healthy, special needs, and medically complex children in the outpatient and hospital setting.

Why should you choose a Newnan Kids Dentist for your child?

A Newnan kids dentist is a dental specialist who is well-trained to treat infants, children, adolescents, and children with special needs. To qualify as a pediatric dentist, an American Dental Association (ADA) accredited, post-doctoral course must be completed, along with at least two academic and clinical years in the specialty of pediatric dentistry. This extensive training gives pediatric dentists the knowledge to treat children's specific dental and orthodontic needs, provide a positive dental experience, and educate children on the importance of maintaining good oral hygiene.

Because they have a lot of experience treating younger patients, kid’s dentists also tend to be better at handling the emotional and developmental issues that can have an impact on a kid’s dental appointments. A trip to the dentist can be scary at any age, and this can be especially true for a young child who is not sure what to expect. Dentists for kids like Dr. Jovas Booker have the educational training and skills to make kids feel more comfortable and at ease during their dental visits, reassuring them and keeping their early experiences positive.

What our dentist has to offer your child

At Dream Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics, we have tailored our dental practice to specifically cater to children. Our dentists and staff have years of experience treating children of all ages with the highest level of care. During a patient’s first visit, our staff will use reassuring words and phrases, such as asking younger kids if they want to have their teeth "counted and brushed" rather than asking if they are ready for a "dental cleaning.” To help children feel comfortable with our staff, we’ll play games, sing songs, or let them get out of the dental chair to explore the treatment area. Bringing your child into a kid-friendly environment gives us the opportunity to make the appointment more interactive for everyone involved.

In an unfamiliar environment, children sometimes find comfort in groups, so we have designed the office layout with this in mind. We have larger, more open rooms equipped with multiple dental chairs. While adults may not be used to this type of arrangement, it is actually quite helpful for children. With this setup, your kid will not feel alone during his or her dental procedures, and seeing others being treated can make children feel more at ease about their own treatment. Our newly-built state-of-the-art office also encourages socializing.

Our Newnan Kids Dentist helps take the worry out of dental visits

We know that visiting the dentist can be scary for kids sometimes. That is why we strive to minimize any anxieties or fears our young patients may have. Our staff practices the "tell, show, do" method to help pediatric patients understand what is happening during their appointment. We use phrases such as "put your tooth to sleep" when numbing the teeth, "put vitamins on your teeth" as we apply fluoride, or "take pictures of your teeth" to describe the X-ray process.

It is not uncommon for parents to have their own anxieties about dental care, but it is important to avoid projecting those fears onto your child. If you’re not sure how to do this, Dr. Booker will be happy to provide you with tips and advice. By allowing our pediatric dentists to detail the specifics of your child’s treatment, you convey to them your confidence and trust in us, which leads to a more positive and enjoyable dental visit for parents, kids, and staff alike.