Welcome

Welcome to Smiles on Broadway, where we treat every child like a Broadway superstar!

We offer complete pediatric dental care for children ages 12 months to 21 years.

Kids love our Broadway-themed exam rooms with televisions for their enjoyment.

Their imagination can run wild as soon as they step through the door to meet their favorite character.

 Call us to make your child’s appointment or use our online appointment request form.

Business Hours

Monday and Tuesday - 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Wednesday and Thursday - 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Friday - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Some Saturdays* - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

*Call for Additional Saturday Hours

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Recent News
Doctors partner to provide preventive health care in the Mississippi Delta
Dr. LaMonica Taylor (board certified pediatric dentist), Dr. Chaka Norwood (board certified optometrist) and Dr. Nora Davis (nurse practitioner) join to provide comprehensive preventive dental care to children in the Mississippi Delta.
Dr. Taylor named Best Dentist & Best Pediatric Dentist 2020
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Dr. Taylor named 2019 Best Dentist & Best Pediatric Dentist

The Jackson Free Press and Boom Magazine has named Dr. LaMonica Taylor as the 2019 Best Dentist & Best Pediatric Dentist. Dr. Taylor was also named Best Dentist in 2016 and Best Dentist and Best Pediatric Dentist in 2018. She will be featured in the Summer 2019 issue of Boom Magazine. .. Read More

Ask Dr. Davis

A pediatric dentist has attended dental school to practice general dentistry, and has spent additional years of specialized training in pediatrics. Pediatric dentists are the best choice to treat children because of their additional training, knowledge, and experience with children. Pediatric dentists are trained in the growth and development of children’s teeth from infancy through their teen years.

X-rays are a crucial component of your child’s dental health management. They are a quick, simple, and effective way of detecting erupting teeth or bone diseases, and they provide an accurate picture when evaluating the results of an injury or planning orthodontic treatment. .. Learn More

Many parents are concerned about the use of fluoride for their children’s teeth, because they have read contradictory reports on whether it is helpful or harmful. What parents need to know is that fluoride is an element that has been proven beneficial to teeth when used in the right amounts. Too much or too little can both be problematic. .. Learn More

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