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 to Make Sure Teens are Practicing Good Oral Hygiene
    Your teen's smile enhances their confidence and self-esteem. It's one of the first things that will attract people to them. That's why it's so important to take good care of the teeth starting as soon as possible. Teens lead very busy and active lifestyles, which unfortunately can translate into less time spent on dental hygiene. Following these recommendations will help your teen&...
  • Can Cough Syrup Cause Cavities?
    It's well established that both cough drops and cough syrup contain ingredients that can contribute to tooth decay and oral health issues. A child's teeth are most susceptible to cough syrup, particularly if they use cough medicine and then go to bed without brushing their teeth.  The purpose of cough syrup is to coat the throat, but it also coats the teeth.Sugar, Alcohol and CavitiesCou...
  • Learn How to Protect Your Teeth this Winter
    As the temperature drops throughout the fall, it reminds us that winter is on the way.  Along with fall and winter comes the holidays that bring lots of tasty treats that everybody loves to graze upon.  Not only do we eat more treats during the winter holidays, but there are more events and activities during the winter that can be dangerous for your oral health.  Along with avoiding...