At Jenkins & LeBlanc, our board certified pediatric dentists are experts in the dental health needs of children and adolescents. Here are some of the stories parents have shared with us about the positive experiences their children have had at our offices.
Our staff has had specialized training to help children feel safe at the dentist, even if it means taking some extra time to talk to your child.
“My kid was a bit anxious, but the girls talked very kindly to her, explained what they were going to do and why, and helped ease her anxiety.”
At each of our five Kansas City offices you’ll find a skilled, compassionate team of experts who work together to meet your child’s unique needs.
“My son has high-functioning Autism . . . the staff was able to keep him calm through a cavity filling. I never thought he’d ever be able to lay still long enough to do this type of procedure without sedation.”
Oral Health Education
Our goal is to not only provide exceptional dental care, but to also help educate our patients so they can learn how to take care of their smiles and develop strong oral hygiene habits. Our dental technicians will take the time to explain the procedures with patients and parents.
“The staff are always polite and professional,” said one happy parent. “They make my daughter feel comfortable and safe by answering her questions and explaining what they are doing.”
Efficient and Professional
Our office is designed to be fun and comfortable for children, but we also maintain a professional and organized environment to ensure you receive the best quality care in a timely manner.
“This office is so efficient, friendly, and modern,” said a visiting parent. “My child loves coming in for checkups. We were in and out within 30 minutes – perfect!”
“Their offices were clean and modern,” said another. “Best of all, the prices were reasonable and transparent.”
We’ll even help keep your kids calm during more “spontaneous” appointments, as one mother discovered.
“My 21 month old suffered a fall in which he hit his teeth, and I was concerned. The office told me to bring him right in and Dr. Roberts checked him out. It’s a peaceful, positive experience for them as patients and me as a parent.”
We know visiting the dentist can sometimes be intimidating for your children, so we do everything we can to ensure a comfortable, positive experience.
One parent saw the results firsthand and let us know, “My two year old walked out to the car talking about how much fun it was going to the dentist.”