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!
  • Keep Halloween Candy from Trashing Your Kids’ Teeth
    Now that fall is in the air, your little ones are likely getting excited for Halloween. Eating mountains of candy all night is every child's dream, but it can be a nightmare for their pearly whites. Sugar is a major cause of tooth decay, which makes Halloween particularly dangerous for your children's oral health. This year, take steps to keep your kids' sugar intake in check and protect their tee...
  • How Much Sugar is in These Popular Drinks?
    Taking care of your child’s teeth is another aspect of the love you provide as a parent. However, with so many options available on store shelves, it’s not always easy to know what foods and drinks are harmful to children’s developing teeth. Here’s a look at several common types of beverages and how much sugar they contain. High sugar drinks could be contributing to the cavities your child...
  • Why Your Child's Baby Teeth Matter
    Most people assume that baby teeth aren't as important as adult teeth since we lose them early in life. But the truth is that baby teeth really do matter for a variety of different reasons. Background on Baby TeethAn infant's 20 primary teeth are already in place within the jaws at birth. They start to appear between 6 months and 1 year of age. The emergence of baby teeth often results in sor...