Welcome to Sunny Day...your child's pediatric dental home.
Experience the Sunny Day Difference... where kids and parents are a priority!

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Emily C. Day DDS Board Certified Pediatric Dentist

We believe in providing dental care in a warm, welcoming, kid-friendly space that will keep kids (and parents!) feeling relaxed about going to the dentist.Sunny Day Pediatric Dentistry was created to serve the dental and oral health needs of children, including those with special needs, in southern Kansas City,Overland Park,Olathe, Leawood, Lenexa and  surrounding Kansas and Missouri cities.




Sunny Day, Your Overland Park, Pediatric Dentist!

We offer our services in a UNIQUE way, an alternative kid’s dental experience for the entire family, including:

• Personalized attention (for children and parents!) from
Dr. Day with each visit

• Parents welcome in treatment areas-in fact we encourage it!

• Plenty of time to have all your questions answered by Dr. Day

• Partnership with pediatric anesthesiologists to provide
Office Based Anesthesia

• Professional, organized, prompt scheduling of appointments

Experience the Sunny Day difference…exceptional pediatric dentistry where kids and parents are a priority.

We take the time to get to know you and your child at this first appointment. We take the time because we know that first impressions last a lifetime!

Each child is different, so we tailor the first dental experience to each child. We will help your child learn about what happens at the dentist by telling, showing and doing. Many parents are surprised about how much children let us do! 

 Here is a sample of the services we specialize in:

 • Cleanings

 • Exams

 • Digital X-Rays                    

 • Fluoride  

 • Sealants

 • Special Needs

For a complete list and a description of what each service entails, please visit our Services page!

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Start Your Sunny Day Experience!

Tooth Tip

SEAL OFF TROUBLE. Permanent molars come in around age 6. Thin protective coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth can prevent decay in the pits and fissures. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sealants can significantly reduce caries. Yet only one in three U.S. kids receives dental sealants. Talk to your dental professional.”



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