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Welcome to the iGrin Zone (Kids Only!)

Why, hello! While you’re waiting for your children’s dentistry appointment at our Boiling Springs office or need something to do at home, check out some of our FREE goodies!



We have Duck Hunter! Check it out.


Download our coloring sheets and have a blast!

Fun Facts

Why is children’s dentistry important? We’ll tell you!

A young girl holding a sign and a flower

Duck Hunter

A true classic! Just click on the dog and get ready to hunt.

Coloring Sheets – Just for You

Download our coloring sheets for your kiddos! We have two for you to choose from our pediatric dental offices.

Keep Those Chompers Strong

Get rewarded for brushing your teeth twice a day. Get a sticker for every time you brush your teeth and color in our fun animal friends! Bring it into our office at your next appointment, and you could win a fun prize!

Be Cavity Free

Be part of the cavity free club! Color in the tooth and bring it back to iGrin Pediatric Dentistry at your next appointment!

Five stars
‘‘My child has always been anxious of the dentist, but not anymore! She walked in fearful and left with a big grin on her face!’’

– Brittany G.

Drop Some Knowledge on Friends and Family

Children’s dentistry at our Boiling Springs and Powdersville practices should be fun! Check out these 10 fun facts about dentistry and impress your friends and family. In fact, share some fun dental facts with us that aren’t included on the list.
*All facts were received from multiple sources: Children’s Dental VillageChildren’s Dental Village website(open in new window) and Children’s Dental GroupChildren’s Dental Group website(open in new window).


The first toothbrushes were tree twigs. Chewing on the tips of the twigs spread out the fibers, which were then used to clean the teeth.


Giraffes only have bottom teeth.


If you don’t floss, you miss cleaning 40% of your tooth surfaces. Make sure you brush and floss twice a day!


In 200 AD, the Romans used a mixture of bones, eggshells, oyster shells, and honey to clean their teeth.


An Elephant’s tooth can weigh over 6 pounds and measures one foot across.


Dogs have 42 teeth, cats have 30 teeth, pigs have 44 teeth, and an armadillo has 104 teeth.


An average American spends 38.5 total days brushing teeth over a lifetime.


The second most common disease in the United States is tooth decay. The first is the common cold.


The hardest tissue in the body is the enamel covering our teeth.


We buy 14 million gallons of toothpaste every year!

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Thanks for Visiting!

Don’t forget to have your parents schedule your next children’s dentistry appointment with iGrin. Let us know what you think of the Kiddos iGrin Zone!

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