About Pleasanton Children’s Dentistry & Braces If you are looking for a pediatric dental practice in Pleasanton that offers exceptional, compassionate dental care, you’ve come to the right place!
Pleasanton Children’s Dentistry & Braces offers gentle, affordable dental services to kids and teens who live in Pleasanton, TX. If you are interested in learning more about our practice or you would like to make an appointment for your child, please get in touch with our office!
Convenient Care in Pleasanton
Pleasanton Children’s Dentistry & Braces is proud to offer flexible office hours for busy families. Our practice is open to patients from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm every single day of the week! If you can’t squeeze in an appointment for your child during the school day or in between after school activities, feel free to bring them in on a Saturday or Sunday. We also accept emergency visits, should a dental-related emergency arise in your family. For routine appointments, we encourage families to make family block appointments, so everyone can get the care they need all at the same time. We know life gets busy (especially with little ones!) so we truly do everything we can to make your visits as convenient and stress-free as possible.English COVID Questionnaire Spanish COVID Questionnaire
Our practice specializes in providing excellent pediatric care, but we like to think that we specialize in keeping kids comfortable and happy too! Our kid-approved amenities include:
- Fun Play Area in Lobby
- Books for All Ages
- Awesome Toys
- TVs in Treatment Rooms
- Video Games
- Refreshments in Lobby
Jennifer Hole, DDS- General Dentist
Dr. Jennifer Hole is a San Antonio native, born and raised in the Alamo Heights area. She attended the honors program at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she double majored in biology and chemistry. Upon being awarded the Bush-Jones Sprenger Scholarship for Leadership and Academic Excellence, she attended the Baylor College of Dentistry, where she graduated with her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2012. During her time at Baylor, Dr. Hole was involved in many leadership positions, including student council class representative, philanthropy chair, student consultant for Admissions Committee, and mentor for the summer pre-enrichment program for prospective students. She is an active member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and enjoys volunteering at community events.
Dr. Hole lives in the neighborhood where she grew up with her husband, Dr. Steven Hole, who is a Captain in the United States Army. They have two children together, a daughter, Riley, who is two years old and a son, Everett, who turned one this past May. While life with two kids can get busy, in her free time she enjoys cooking, crafting, and running!
Christina Mueller, DDS- Pediatric Dentist
Dr. Mueller is a sixth generation Texan, born and raised in San Antonio, TX. She attended undergrad at Southern Methodist University on a full athletic scholarship, threw the discus for the track and field team at SMU, and graduated with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Biology. Her dream was to become an Olympic athlete but when she did not make it to the 2008 Olympic Trials, (she was only 0.02 meters away from making the mark) she decided it was time to turn her focus on becoming a dentist. She got her masters in public health with a focus in dentistry at the University of Texas School of Public Health – San Antonio before entering dental school here in San Antonio. Dr. Mueller graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio in 2015 and went and practiced at a pediatric office in Corpus Christi, TX, where she found her true passion for pediatric dentistry. She attended her pediatric dental residency in San Antonio as well and just finished in 2020. She is married with a baby boy and two dogs, a shiba inu named Prim and an alusky (Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute mix) named Rodi. During her free time she likes to spend time with her husband in Austin, where he is a PhD student at the University of Texas, go for walks, and play board games.