Our Middletown location is where the idea for Kid’s Dentistree was born and is the original location! Looking for a fun and unique way to treat children, the concept of Kid’s Dentistree was brought to life. Serving patients for over 10 years, we love watching our patients grow up and when they come back to visit! We are located on Evergreen Road across from the Middletown Post Office.
New patients can now schedule online! If you're already a patient, please call your practice directly to schedule. You'll find a list of insurances we currently accept on our payment options page. If you do not see your insurance listed, please contact our patient services team at (502) 254-8515 so we can check for a nearby practice that may accept your plan. Please note that any patient portion of payment is due at the time of service.
Schedule an Appointment
Please click below to use our scheduling portal to reserve your new patient or emergency appointment.
For a list of insurances we currently accept along with additional payment options, please click here.
If you do not see your insurance listed, please call our patient services team at (502) 254-8515.
If you have a dental emergency and do not see an appointment available when you need it, please call the practice directly at (502) 410-1710 to speak with a team member.
Hours subject to change, please call for current hours.
Dr. Jennifer Board
Dr. Board grew up in a family dedicated to dental health — her father is a dentist and her grandfather owned a dental laboratory. After graduation, she joined a private practice where she developed a love of children’s dentistry. From there, she has focused on providing comprehensive care to children in a friendly, nurturing environment. Dr. Board believes in educating patients and their families about dental health for dazzling smiles for life. She lives in Louisville with her two daughters, Kerolyn and Maggie, and their cat, Callie. They love skiing, boating, cooking, gardening, traveling, running, and bicycling and many other outdoor activities.
Originally from Concord, New Hampshire, Dr. Jordan Britt received her Bachelor’s degree from Gettysburg College and her dental degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. She completed her pediatric dentistry residency at the UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. A new mom herself, Dr. Britt aims to provide a welcoming experience and compassionate care to every child she treats. When she’s not at the office, you might catch her with her family exploring Louisville’s vibrant food scene or cheering on a New England sports team or the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Dr. Kelly Underwood graduated from the University of Louisville with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and then received her doctorate of dental medicine at the University Of Louisville School Of Dentistry. She completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency at the University Hospital and the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. She focused on medically complex and special needs patients, along with children in a conventional office and hospital setting. After residency Dr. Kelly worked with children in a private practice. Dr. Kelly is an active member of the Louisville Dental Society Kentucky Dental Association, American Dental Association and the Kentucky Association of Women’s Dentists. She is licensed in Kentucky and Indiana.
Dr. Kelly lives in Louisville with her husband Jason and two dogs. She enjoys playing tennis and spending time with family and friends. Her family centric approach to dental care involves the child, parents, and siblings. She believes that diet, hygiene, and dental treatment must all be addressed to provide truly comprehensive care. Dr. Kelly’s calm and friendly demeanor will help place your child at ease to comfortably reach all your oral health goals.
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