At Derby City Pediatric Dentistry, we cultivate lifelong relationships with Louisville children and their families. Pediatric dentistry is important because it goes far beyond diagnosing a dental problem or treating a tooth. A child’s first dentist can actually help shape their attitude toward taking care of their teeth and making dental health a priority for the rest of their life.

Pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry, having completed two years of specialty training following dental school. At Derby City, we only treat children and young adults - and we treat them like our own. Here you’ll find a specialized environment that includes parent participation, fun in the waiting area, in-ceiling TVs for their entertainment while in the dental chair, and a sensory-friendly atmosphere for children with special needs.

Click on each image below to learn more about our dedicated DCPD team!

Meet Dr. Korie Acord, DMD

Korie Dunhoft Acord, DMD

Korie Dunhoft Acord, DMD

Clinical Assistant

Meet the Derby City Pediatric Dentistry Team

Kasie Enix, EDDA

Kasie Enix, EDDA

Clinical Team Leader

Meredith Weber, EDDA

Meredith Weber, EDDA

Clinical Assistant

Alexis Laird, EDDA

Alexis Laird, EDDA

Clinical Assistant

Amy Vicich, RDH

Amy Vicich, RDH

Administrative Team Leader

Ashley Mustage, EDDA

Ashley Mustage, EDDA

Administrative Assistant

Mariyah Yates, EDDA

Mariyah Yates, EDDA

Clinical Assistant

Safety Protocol

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  WE ARE NOW OPEN!

Our team at DCPD is so excited to reopen and see all our smiling patients and families again!
We want to update you on our new protocols to keep everyone safe!!

We are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8am-4pm, and Friday 8am-3pm.
Fewer patients will be scheduled per day to ensure proper social distancing, so call today to schedule your child's appointment!

Our office will keep you updated on any changes or updates but please feel free to contact us regarding any special circumstances or concerns you might have.

Please call our office from your car upon arrival- 502-254-6097.
We request that all patients and caregivers wear a mask, which can be a scarf/bandana if necessary.