Meet Dr. Blythe
Trained in all of the latest dental technologies, Dr. Blythe’s mission is to help kids to understand the importance of dental health while making their experience at the dentist fun.
Dr. Blythe Robbins
For as long as she can remember, Dr. Blythe Robbins has been passionate about learning and helping others. As a driven student, Dr. Robbins completed her undergraduate degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Indiana University East, graduating with honors and high distinction. Afterwards, she focused her energies on learning the art and science of dentistry, attending the Indiana University School of Dentistry and graduating with her DDS degree in 2017.
Trained in all of the latest dental technologies, Dr. Blythe’s mission is to help kids to understand the importance of dental health while making their experience at the dentist fun. In addition to creating an office environment where kids can feel comfortable, Dr. Blythe focuses on teaching kids dental habits that will benefit them throughout the rest of their lives.
When she isn’t at the dental office helping other children, Blythe loves to spend time with her husband Zach and their one year old son, Reed. Dr. Robbins also harnesses her creativity by crafting, hand lettering, and practicing calligraphy. As an Indiana native, Blythe loves enjoying community events with her family and doing what she can to give back.
As a new dental care provider at Smile Time Kids, Dr. Robbins is excited to get to know our patients and reinforce our standard of excellence in children’s dentistry.
We are a compassionate, caring, and patient team when working with your child. Their young smiles are important to us.
Call 765-373-3100 or contact our office today via online contact form. Our office is located at 1002 Oak Drive, Richmond, IN 47374. Let us help keep your child healthy together.
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Your child should see the dentist at the age of 1 year, or within 6 months of the appearance of his or her first tooth. A quick checkup will be done and x-rays taken to ensure the baby teeth are growing properly. If your child has multiple teeth already, they'll be counted and quickly cleaned.