White Orthodontics

White Orthodontics
White Orthodontics Brookside Plaza 207 E 63rd Street
Kansas City, MO 64101

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About White Orthodontics

White Orthodontics is a Orthodontist facility at Brookside Plaza 207 E 63rd Street in Kansas City, MO.
Primary Specialty

Orthodontist

Practice White Orthodontics
Services White Orthodontics is listed as an Orthodontist located in Kansas City, MO. An Orthodontist specializes in orthodontics, gold brackets, ceramics, invisalign, dentofacial, oral sedation, Rembrandt whitening, tooth whitening, braces, tooth bleaching.

Please call White Orthodontics at (816) 523-2343 to schedule an appointment in Kansas City, MO or to get more information.
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Recent Reviews
I am always so impressed with how quickly my calls are answered here. I am never put on hold for a long time and love knowing that if I have a quick question I won't have to wait a half hour through terrible music to get it answered. I was amazed at how flexible their financing options were. They were more than willing to work with me, and I ended up having to pay a lot less than I expected. I was so impressed with the progress I was able to make after visiting them. All my questions were answered, and I feel a lot more confident and hopeful about the future. They made sure that their qualifications were obvious. I was confident that I was under the care of a professional. I could tell that they took pride in their office's appearance. It was very well organized and well taken care of.
by Denise Snavely
XXX.XXX.248.189
I have been going to the Whites for awhile now, I had braces in high school and have gone back to get retainers and what not. The orthodontists are great, I always enjoyed talking to them and they were very sympathetic and caring. The thing that is lacking is explaining to the patient what is happening with their process. I like to think I was able to comprehend generic orthodontic terms as a high schooler but typically I would come out of my appointment and have no idea what they did. It would be a simple process to explain to the patient what needs to happen with each and every visit not just "everything looks good". I recently had to go back to get impressions for a new retainer. The assistant not only had no idea what she was doing but she barely even talked to me. The impression was left in my mouth for way longer than it should have been. I thought I was just imagining how long she had it in there but then the boy next to me also had impressions done by another assistant and sure enough the amount of time that the impressions were left in his mouth were significantly shorter than mine, probably by almost a minute. I typically can control my breathing for the amount of time it takes to get an impression but it was a lot harder when it was in there for so long. But she did it wrong the first time and had to do another one. This time she put so much stuff in the tray that it started going down the back of my throat and I started gagging. Almost threw up. All she did was just kept telling me to breathe, rather rudely. I can't breathe if I have that stuff in the back of my throat, lady. I just think that the doctors need to make sure that their staff is explaining everything correctly, knows what they are doing, and has good "bedside manner" so to speak. I love the receptionists, they are always very good at working with you and willing to help. And there are some assistants that are great. But I think to make the practice even better they would have to recognize their weaknesses and realize that the patient is the main priority.
by Anonymous
XXX.XXX.33.127
Does this provider always take that extra step to make you feel special?
Not really, I've never seen them go above and beyond
Was this provider's office clean?
Yes everything was neat and sterile
Did you have to wait long after you arrived for your appointment?
No, I didn't have to wait very long
by Anonymous
XXX.XXX.48.101