Dentistry For Children – North Kansas City Pediatric Dental Specialists

Visit Dentistry For Children – North Kansas City Pediatric Dental Specialists and Teen Dentist. Meet our Pediatric Dental Specialists: Louis Pollina, DDS; Brandi Roeber, DDS; Teen Dentist: Laura Walden, DDS; and our staff.

Our Pediatric Dentistry looks forward to providing Positive Dental Care each week. Dentistry For Children provides 2 convenient Kansas City North office locations. Our dental offices sees patients from Gladstone, Liberty, Parkville, and Kansas City’s Northland. Please Call (816) 548-3400 for your child’s next dental appointment.

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Find out what makes our North Kansas City Pediatric Dentistry Special!

Due to our dedication to having a caring and professional staff. Read about the about the many things we do to create a safe and positive dental experience for you and your child.

Dentistry For Children’s latest news

  • dentistry for children closed due to hazardous Icy Road Conditions

Closed due to Hazardous Icy Road conditions

January 23rd, 2019|

Dentistry for Children closed due to Hazardous Icy Road conditions. Our Gladstone Pediatric Dentistry and Teen Dental office are closed Wednesday, Jan 23, 2019 due to winter weather road conditions. Dentistry For Children [...]

  • federal holidays schedule - dentistry for children

See our federal holidays schedule

December 14th, 2018|

Visit our 2019 federal holidays schedule. See dates Dentistry For Children is open or closed during federal holidays. Please visit our 2019 dental office schedule page. We understand parents need to plan [...]

  • updating our Liberty pediatric dentistry

We are updating our Liberty Pediatric Dentistry!

December 7th, 2018|

We are updating our Liberty Pediatric Dentistry! Dentistry For Children's Liberty location will be "UNDER CONSTRUCTION" starting January 7th, 2019. The updates to our Liberty office will enhance our patients and parents' [...]

Teen Oral Health

A 2012 study of Teens Visiting ERs due to Oral Piercing Injuries showed:

Lip injuries 46%
Tongue injuries 42%
Injuries to teeth 10%
Infections from Injuries 42%
Puncture wounds 29%
Unremovable 39%

Contact our Teen Dentist Dr. Laura Walden for Oral Health Care Education, Prevention, and Treatment.