Kidzpace Gaming Systems Added to Buffalo Grove Orthodontist Practice

BUFFALO GROVE, ILLINOIS – At Forever Smiles, the practice of Buffalo Grove Orthodontist Dr. Yan Razdolsky, we strive to offer our patients a comfortable experience in a friendly, informative and amusing environment.

Aside from offering state-of-the-art technology for treatments, we also present the very best in entertainment for kids, as well as the young at heart in our reception area.

We recently added two new Kidzpace interactive gaming systems to our game area, which means there are now five systems available for play. In addition to our PS2, Xbox and old touch screen gaming systems, the area now has two new designer touch2play systems, each pre-loaded with more than 70 games. All of these games are complimentary for our patients and those who accompany them to their appointments.

Kids of all ages can stay entertained with games that range from strategy and puzzle challenges, to quiz and word games and much more. Players simply select the type of activity they are interested in and a variety of parent-approved games are available at their fingertips.

“We take great pride in the relationships we build with our patients and their families,” said Dr. Razdolsky, who also is an Invisalign provider. “We have found the game room to be a welcome respite for parents with multiple kids, so we added the supplementary systems to make it possible for more kids to play at one time.

This means that if you’re a parent with more than one child, you can rest assured that you will be able to focus on your children in treatment without worrying about what your other children are doing. They will be happily occupied in our gaming area.

The games offer more than just a fun activity for our patients. They actually enable us to stay on time with our patient appointments, especially since one sibling’s interference could offset our entire schedule, Dr. Razdolsky said. Reception areas can be a challenge to even the best natured child, and these computer games give them something positive to keep their minds busy before they are seen by their orthodontist.