Cartoons About Dentists for Children

A child’s first visit to the dentist should happen at a younger age. Read more about the first visit to the dentist here.

Showing your child cartoons about the experience at the dentist, can help them to become aware of the experience and become prepared for it.

With that in mind, we thought it would be fun to look at some cartoon dentists that might be a bit better way to show your children dentistry for the first time.

Show your children these fun cartoons about dentists and they might be looking forward to visit us!

Peppa Pig – The Dentist

This is a funny cartoon about the dentist. It is great for 2-5 year old children. It shares detailed explanations about the importance of regular dental visits.

Hello Kitty & Friends – Brush Your Teeth

Younger children (2-3 year olds) would love this cartoon!! Kitty explains the importance of teeth brushing.

Dr. Rabbit and the Legend of Tooth Kingdom

And Dr Rabbit and the Tooth Defenders.

Great cartoons, created by Colgate. They would be more relevant for older children.

Finding Nemo

In this cartoon an Australian dentist is trying to give a pet fish to his little niece. He has no idea what poor Nemo and his father have been through, how could he? This clip shows just how misunderstood a dentist can be, while showing a really pleasant office space that would be wonderful to visit.

Charlie Brown For The American Dental Association

This educational cartoon shows Snoopy, Charlie, Linus and others learning how to brush their teeth, take better care of their smiles. Sure it doesn’t really feature any dentists, but it does show Charlie leaving a dentist quite enthusiastically.

We also recommend you to check our Happy Kids Dental recommended list of useful and fun books that will help to prepare your child for the first visit to the dentist (LINK TO BLOG 2).

Want to know more about how we create healthy, happy and cavity-free smiles? Pop into the practice for a tour, or call us on 020 7078 0822 to arrange a consultation!

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