Kids Town Dental & a Disneyland GIVEAWAY

We headed to the most magical place first thing this morning and no, it wasn't Disneyland (but you can win a trip, check out more at the end of this post). It was the dentist! I know what you are thinking, dental offices are anything but magical, but if you have been to Kids Town Pediatric Dentistry then you know what I'm talking about. This dental office is like a children's museum! 

The kids didn't want to leave the play area in the waiting room with the interactive tablets and magical tree house, but once they opened the door and saw the little city awaiting them, they all rushed in to get their "photo" aka x-ray taken.

Wells favorite part was checking the mailbox. This is his favorite activity at home too, but this mailbox is low enough to actually reach on his own. Toddler exams are complimentary and Dr Brett did such a good job. I was shocked that Wells actually let him brush all of his teeth and look in his mouth without having a wrestling match like I do every night.

Headphones and glasses for optimal TV enjoyment.

Dr Brett gave us a clean bill of health for 3 out of 4 kids. Not bad, not bad. We'll be back in a couple months to experience laughing gas for the first time. I can't wait!

And the best part of our visit, each kid walked away with a goodie bag full of oral hygiene essentials and a token to get a prize in the prize machine up front. Hight light of their day!

Kids Town is giving away a trip to Disneyland for 2 adults and 2 children including passes and hotel! Entering is super easy, just take a photo in their office, tag them, and show the staff so they can enter you. Thats it! Contest ends mid December so be sure to get your entires in before then. Good luck everyone!

This post is sponsored, but The Salt Project's opinions are 100% our own.
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