Janoff & Khatri
  • “My friends ask me, ‘Why on earth is he so excited about a dentist appointment?”

  • “What a special place to take your child for their first dental visit and care afterward. They made my 4 year old so comfortable and excited about going to the dentist.”

  • “Great experience for my special needs 5 year old. You can tell that the whole office really knows what they are doing for ASD kids.”

Kids choose us.

Dental done fun. We give patients a life-long positive attitude toward dental care, and develop a relationship based on trust, care, and understanding.

Parents do too.

We strive to meet the unique needs of each child, and are committed to family-centered care for infants, children, adolescents, special needs patients, and patients who suffer high dental anxiety.


We prioritize your health with temperature checks, sanitization, sterilization, PPE equipment, medical grade fancy schmancy air filtration and beyond.


We’re out of network with major insurers like Delta Dental, Aetna, and Cigna, but if you have a PPO plan that allows for out of network benefits, we will work with your provider!


Our office offers a full range of dental services, from checkups, emergency visits, to sedation dentistry. Hugs and laughter always included.


As parents ourselves, we get it. There’s no shame in your kid’s mouth game. We’re here to serve your family with personalized dental care in a psychologically safe place.

Dr. Nilofer Khatri

Dr. Khatri, a board certified pediatric dentist, proudly helms our crew with over two decades of experience in both science and hospitality based care.  Delivering cutting edge pediatric dental health care, regardless of ability or means is her jam. She’s a mashup of fun and whimsy, and loves making kids smile everyday.

A necessary pleasure.

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, more than 50 percent of children will be affected by tooth decay before age five and more than 51 million school hours are lost each year to dental-related conditions.  Sure, baby teeth fall out, but they pave the way for your permanent teeth.

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends children visit a dentist by age one, or at the time the first tooth comes pushing through. From there, a lifetime of dental care, prevention and education is exactly what the doctor orders. From age one through the late teens, Doctor Khatri and her team keep kids coming back, without fear, without fail.

Call us at 941.484.2629 to book an appointment for your little today.

Whimsical, inviting, and open spaces with state of the art equipment. Sanitized and sterilized for your safety.