Anderson Pointe

Dr. Ronald Poulos graduated from the University Of Michigan School Of Dentistry, where he received his dental degree in 1991.  He then completed a two-year residency in pediatric dentistry at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati in 1993.  Dr. Poulos became board certified in pediatric dentistry in 2001. A board certified pediatric dentist is a specialist who has made significant achievements beyond the mandatory educational requirements of the specialty.


Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Poulos worked for two years in private practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  He returned to Cincinnati where he was a member of the Children’s Hospital Dental Staff until joining his current practice. 

Dr. Poulos has been treating children in the Anderson, Ohio area since 1998.


Dr. Poulos serves on the Children’s Dental Care Foundation Board, a dental organization serving the less fortunate children of the Cincinnati area.  He currently serves on the

Dental Care Plus Insurance Board, a major dental insurance company in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. He is an active member of the following dental organizations: American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Dental Association, Ohio Dental Association, Ohio Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and the Cincinnati Dental Society.  He is a member of the Attending Staff at Children’s Hospital, and is a Past President of the Division of Pediatric Dentistry of Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati. Dr. Poulos was a past board member of the Children’s Dental Care Foundation Board


Dr. Poulos and his wife Nancy have two daughters and a son.  In his spare time, Dr. Poulos enjoys skiing, playing hockey and golf.

Welcome.  Dr. Ronald Poulos and our team is a leading pediatric dental care provider located in Cincinnati, Ohio.  We understand the importance

of good dental hygiene and oral care and are committed to providing you the best care in a fun, pleasant environment.


From common problems to orthodontic concerns, we feature an array of dental services to meet your needs all in one convenient location. Our dedicated and experienced staff, using the very latest technology, functions as a team to ensure you the finest professional treatment from the first moment of your initial visit.


We thank you for your interest in our services and the trust you have placed in us.  Please contact us if you have any questions.

Understanding Pediatric Dentistry

When parents have questions or concerns regarding their child’s health, they most often call upon a pediatrician to answer their questions or to treat the child’s illness. In that same regard, a pediatric dentist should be a parent’s first choice as primary caregiver for their child’s dental health.


Just as a pediatrician has additional years of training tailored specifically toward children, pediatric dentists have also committed those extra years of education in the treatment of infants, children, adolescents, and children with developmental disabilities. Children have special needs, which may be more readily met by someone with this additional training. Such intense training is designed to provide oral health care in a comfortable atmosphere for children and to promote greater understanding of the oral growth and development of youngsters.


Timing of the first visit

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends a child be seen for a routine examination as soon as he/she has their first tooth, or around 1 year of age, whichever occurs first. This examination may reveal developmental problems or dental disease, which should be treated early. Also, there is much information of which parents should be aware in order to achieve and maintain the best possible oral health for their child. Information, such as proper diet, oral hygiene, and the use of fluoridated toothpaste will be discussed. Through early exposure to the dental environment, your child will become accustomed to such visits.


Children who are seen between the ages of 0-3 will most often be examined in the parent’s lap. As a child grows and becomes more comfortable with the office, the cleaning of their teeth, fluoride treatments, and x-rays will be initiated.


Fostering a child’s cooperation

It is normal for children to be afraid of anything new or strange. Most fear is a fear of the unknown. We try to remove the unknown by proceeding at a reasonable pace for the child’s age, and explaining everything we do in terms the child can understand. Do not be upset if your child is anxious on the first appointment or perhaps even the second. This is a normal reaction for most children. The key again is early exposure to the dental environment. This allows for proactive dentistry, which will greatly reduce extensive dental work and cost to you.

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Our primary goal is to provide superior professional care for you and your family in the same manner we would treat our own children.


We will provide that care in a relaxing environment comfortable for you and your child.


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We are always available to talk with you and address your concerns. Please feel free to contact us during work hours through our office phone number or e-mail address. After hours, you can contact us with emergencies through our answering service.



513.232.0550  after hours     513.232.1605  fax


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We are located at

7655 Five Mile Road   Suite 214   Cincinnati, Ohio  45230

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Monday - Thursday   8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Friday    8:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Dental Specialist dedicated to infants, children, adolescents & children with special healthcare needs.


7655 Five Mile Road, Suite 214

Cincinnati, Ohio 45230


Pediatric Dentistry

of Anderson

Ronald L. Poulos, DDS, LLC


American Academy

of Pediatric Dentistry

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American Board

of Pediatric Dentistry




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