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Children's Dentist in Huntsville

While we offer 12 offices throughout Alabama, each office, like this one in Huntsville, is locally owned and operated by doctors who live in the community and are involved in local causes, fundraising efforts and volunteerism.

Children’s Dentistry of Huntsville
Comprehensive, Caring Children’s Dentistry in Huntsville, AL

Children’s Dentistry of Huntsville provides full-service dental care for children from 6 months to 20 years-old. We strive to make each appointment an enjoyable visit for your child. Our offices are designed for their comfort and enjoyment, as well as yours! Whether you need a regular checkup or have a dental emergency, you’ll find us extremely accommodating to just about any schedule – we even take same-day appointments. We welcome Medicaid patients and file all forms of insurance.


Mia Irby, DMD

Your Children’s Dentist in Huntsville, AL

Dental Education

Graduate of Huntsville High School, 1990
Bachelor of Science – University of Alabama, 1994
Master of Science – University of Alabama, 1996
University of Alabama Birmingham School of Dentistry, 2002

Why I do what I do?

“Dentistry is the perfect combination of art and science. Dentistry allows me to provide a service to others that can be life changing. I love being able to provide quality care to my patients in the office and hospital setting.”

Personal Life

Dr. Mia was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama and is an active member of her community. She loves to run, to ice skate and to dance.

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Children's Dental Office

Huntsville Children's Dentist

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Huntsville Children's Location

114 Bob Wallace Ave SW
Huntsville, AL 35801

(256) 533-0757

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