At River Valley Pediatric Dentistry, you can be confident in the dental office you have chosen for your child. From your first visit, and future visits to come, we want you to feel welcomed and well cared for. River Valley strives to make your child feel at home when they strep through our doors.
Our dentists and staff promote preventative dental care including a healthy diet and great oral hygiene at every visit. Because of this, we love to have parents with their children during their first visit. This gives us the opportunity to educate you as well so you can help reinforce these healthy habits at home.
We at River Valley Pediatric Dentistry are focused and committed to providing optimal dental care in a friendly, caring, and family-oriented atmosphere. Our Mission is to provide the highest quality pediatric dental services with an unsurpassed commitment to the dental wellness of our patients and to also educate our patients, parents, and community in preventative dental health care and in “Healthy Ways of Living.”
We strive to provide superior service to our patients as well as parents and guardians. By establishing and nurturing relationships with our patients and their parents, we make it our goal to diagnose, prevent and educate children and their parents about best practices for superior dental and oral hygiene.
Tim Lawrence, D.D.S. has practiced pediatric dentistry for almost 20 years. He graduated from dental school at the University of Tennessee at Memphis in 1993 and completed his pediatric dental residency at the University of Michigan Department of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry in 1995. Dr. Tim is a native of Russellville and a 1989 graduate of Arkansas Tech University.
Dr. Tim is married to Dayna Lawrence, a Southside graduate, and has a daughter, Savannah, who is a student at Fort Smith Southside. Their family is a member of First Baptist Church in Fort Smith and enjoys watching the Razorbacks, local athletic events, vacationing, going to the lake and photography.
Emily Fourmy is a graduate of Oklahoma State University. She received her Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Tennessee and completed her specialty training in pediatric dentistry in 2012. Emily has completed fellowships at LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, as well as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Dr. Emily has also gone through special training to work with physically and mentally challenged patients. Because of her work at the Arkansas Children’s Hospital, she has learned how to work with patients of all needs.
Most of all, she loves to work with children, and she devotes herself to providing healthy smiles for life. Dr. Emily is a native of Fort Smith, Arkansas.