Welcome to Town Center Dental,
your Las Vegas Dentists and Summerlin Dentists.

Both doctors in our Las Vegas dentist office will take the best care of you and your family imaginable.

Practically all of your dental needs can be met right here in our Las Vegas dental office! Make an appointment at our Las Vegas office today!

How your Las Vegas dentists Troy Trobough, DDS and Peter J. Badalamenti, DDS can help

When you visit the dentist at Town Center Dental in Las Vegas, we strive to provide you with a high standard of dental care.

If you are looking for a dentist in Las Vegas that can provide you personal attention and high quality dental care, please call us today. The dentists at Town Center Dental in Las Vegas look forward to providing dental care you need and deserve.

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New Patient Resources

Welcome to Town Center Dental, proudly serving as your dentists in Las Vegas and Summerlin! Below you will find all the resources you need in preparation for your first dental visit. We look forward to meeting you.

Insurance and Finances

Pay your bill, check your scheduled appointments and more from any internet connection with the Smile Dash Patient Portal. Sign up today!

Smile Dash

Your Las Vegas dentist offers several payment options, as well as customized payment plans specifically designed to fit your budget.

Dentist in Las Vegas offering dental financing

We accept most insurance plans.

Tips: Protecting Your Child's Teeth at Home

Parents should typically provide oral health care to their children until they are old enough to do so adequately for themselves. A routine of proper oral health care is important from the beginning. Babiesí oral health can be protected by cleaning his or her gums with a damp cloth after feedings. Brushing with a soft brush and water should begin as soon as the first tooth erupts. Wean children off of bottles, pacifiers and thumb sucking around one year of age in order to prevent the misalignment of teeth as they erupt. To prevent tooth decay, avoid putting a child to bed with a bottle of milk, juice or other sweetened liquids. Children can usually practice good oral hygiene themselves around age five. The best way to teach a child proper oral health is by providing a good example.