Here at Playtime Dental we cater to the young and growing! Our kid friendly dentist office environment will make your child’s visit fun and entertaining all while providing high quality care. We use many kid relate-able techniques to make their visit an educational one such as using our trusty friend Magic Z. Dragon to help demonstrate proper oral hygiene! He helps show kids how to get rid of cavity bugs!

We pride ourselves on making each visit as fun and comfortable as possible. Our waiting room is dedicated to kids. We have local art by elementary schools on our walls and toys to occupy your little ones while waiting. When it is time to examine teeth, we have TV screens to watch and sunglasses if the examination light is too bright. We encourage you and your family to come on in and visit our office. We are here to provide your kids with the best dental care possible!

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Playtime Dental Blog

Our blog is dedicated to the young and growing! We offer up to date information all parents with kids need!
  • How Do I Care for My Toddler's Teeth?
    Caring for toddler's teeth can be a challenge. Although a toddler's teeth are small, they are like the teeth of an adult and must be properly cared for in order to maintain good oral health and hygiene. These tips and guidelines will help you keep your toddler's teeth and overall oral health in the best condition possible.Create a RoutineYour child's oral health starts with you. As a parent, you n...
  • Kids Using Tobacco: Why Kids Smoke and the Risk of Using Tobacco
    There is a number of health risks associated with smoking, yet teenagers continue to smoke and/or use smokeless tobacco. Each day, there are approximately 3900 children between the ages 12-17 smoke their first cigarette. Over 950 of them will become regular smokers and about half of them will die from smoking in adulthood. For these reasons, it is essential that children understand the dangers ass...
  • Care and Prevention of Toothaches in Children
    A child's toothache can be caused by many different things but common causes of toothaches include tooth decay, dental trauma, loose teeth or erupting teeth and food wedged between the teeth. When Should You Contact Your Children's Dentist?You should contact a kids' dentist when your child shows signs of pain. A few indications your child may need to be seen by the dentist include:Swollen fac...