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Your child’s comfort and safety is always our priority at Wee Care Pediatric Dentistry! We welcome all pediatric patients, age 0 to 17 either as a new patient or as a referral from their general dentist. From digital images to oral sedation, our office uses state-of-the-art technology to ensure your child’s visit is as comfortable as possible. We explain each step of treatment with your child in terms they can understand.
They can even watch a movie or their favorite cartoon!
Dr. Maixner is also licensed to see adults who have moderate to severe physical and/or mental disabilities.
We accept payment from most insurance, including Denali Kid Care, and we participate with Premera Blue Cross and Delta Dental, including MODA Health. We also offer a military discount to active duty or retiree family members. Our expert benefit specialists go above and beyond to work with you as a team when it comes to understanding the details of your dental benefits.
For Your Child’s Healthiest, Most Beautiful Smile!
Dr. Kelly Maixner DMD
Dr. Kelly Maixner was born and raised in North Dakota. After graduating from Montana State University he went to dental school at Nova Southeastern in Ft. Lauderdale, where he received his dental degree. Kelly moved to Alaska in 2007 for a pediatric dental residency. Kelly’s wife, Margaret, found him in 2009 and they were married the following year. They are the parents of four, bubbly children Rosemary, Ven, Birdie, and Lulu. Dr. Kelly has been providing pediatric dental services in the Matanuska Susitna Valley since 2009.
Before Kelly decided to become a pediatric dentist, he was a farmer, a snowboard instructor, a soldier in the National Guard, a bartender, a doughnut-maker, a physical therapy assistant for the Phoenix Suns, a state champion boxer, and a semi-professional football player for the Bozeman Kodiaks. An avid runner and competitor, Kelly has completed multiple marathons, triathlons and even competed in the Iditarod seven times! Currently Dr. Kelly is ‘retired’ from racing in the Iditarod, but look for him on the trails helping train his fellow musher’s dog teams.