We are located on Highway 44E across the street from Mortenson Family Dental. We share a location with BracesBracesBraces making it easy for parents and patients to schedule dental and orthodontic visits at the same time. Our brand new state of the art facility is fun and makes dental visits something kids look forward to!
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) 281-4860 to speak with a team member.
Hours subject to change, please call for current hours.
Dr. Brent Hurst
Dr. Hurst wants your child to enjoy coming to the dentist as much as possible. He prides himself on giving your child every bit of attention and care they need. Dr. Hurst expects a laugh, smile or giggle each time he sees you! If not, he may have to bust out some of his crazy dance moves! That will surely make you laugh!
Education & Training Background:
Dr. Brent Hurst was born in Louisville, KY and attended duPont Manual High School. He earned his undergraduate degree (Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering, BS), his graduate degrees (Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering, Master’s degree in Business Administration, Master’s degree in Oral Biology, MS, MBA and MS, resp.), as well as his Doctorate of Medicine in Dentistry (DMD) from the University of Louisville. It is quite obvious that Dr. Hurst loves school!
Dr. Hurst worked for five years in general practice before returning to school to complete a two-year Post-Doctoral Pediatric Dental Residency at the University of Louisville. Since 2012, Dr. Hurst worked as a dentist at the Home of the Innocents in Louisville, KY. It is non-profit organization that assists children that have been abused, neglected, or abandoned, as well as serves as a pediatric convalescent center for children with birth defects and other medical problems.
Dr. Hurst is active in the pediatric dental community with such groups as the American Association of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), and the Louisville Society of Pediatric Dentistry (LSPD).
Dr. Hurst has an amazing wife, Ashley, who is a nurse for Norton Healthcare and has three beautiful children: Anistyn, Easton and Hudson. He lives in Fern Creek and as long as he is with the ones he loves, he is a happy man!
Some interesting facts about Dr. Hurst: He has a twin brother, he loves to run, he wears light-up shoes to work, and he can juggle up to four items at a time (balls, clubs, machetes and torches)!
Dr. Lindsay Moore is a native of New Haven, KY, and is a graduate of the University of Louisville with a BA in both Biology and Psychology, as well as a Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry. Since graduating from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, Dr. Moore has worked with pediatric patients, and enjoys providing a positive dental experience and educating her young patients so they can maintain a healthy smile for a lifetime. In her spare time, Dr. Moore enjoys running, being outdoors, and spending time with her husband and two sons. Dr. Moore is excited to join the Kid’s Dentistree Dixie Highway practice, and serve the Louisville community.
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