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We introduce kids to the world of dentistry with enthusiasm and charisma, and our offices make way for creativity, fun, and adventurous dental experiences. Our entire team is genuinely passionate about oral health, and we love working alongside parents to encourage healthy habits and maintain strong smiles. Our expert dentists and pediatric specialists are dedicated to making you and your little one feel comfortable in our care. Book a visit to discover truly personalized pediatric dentistry in Ashland, Bend, Grants Pass, Klamath Falls and Medford!
“I love timber kids dentistry! My kids are 5 and 7 and we’ve been coming here their whole lives. The staff here are amazing, so friendly and welcoming. I would recommend this facility to anyone and everyone for their kids’ dental care!”
"My kids had such a GREAT experience at Timber Kids! Dr. Robinson is so personable and made my kids feel so comfortable. We feel so lucky to have him as our dentist! Thank you Timber Kids!"
"The office was beautiful, kid friendly, and clean! The staff was amazing, even with a grumpy 3 year old! Got the paperwork, X-rays and evaluation and cleaning for FOUR children done within an hour! Doctor Robinson was professional, cheerful, and competent. Best experience I've ever had with a dentist. Go to Timber kids!!!"
"Dr. Robinson and his staff have a way of making you feel so comfortable and special, not just another patient. I'm happy that my kids will have the opportunity to have fun at the dentist while learning about taking care of their teeth too!"
At Timber Kids Dentistry, we know how important it is to make a good first impression. We want to give your child a fun dental experience free of intimidation and fear, so we give parents this advice when it comes to preparing children for their first visit:
Don’t assume that getting your child into the dentist’s chair will involve any negative emotions. Remember that your little one doesn’t harbor any ill will toward the dentist — they don’t know what to expect! Simply walk them through the process of a routine dental appointment and tell them that they’re going to get their teeth cleaned, counted, and examined.