Meet Our Hygienists


Leah is our Lead Hygienist. While being a native to the Kansas City area, Leah attended Whittier College, in Los Angeles, California for her undergraduate degree. With a major in Spanish and Latin American History, Leah spent two years in Guatemala as a Peace Corps volunteer. As she returned to Kansas City, Leah attended Concorde Dental Hygiene School and has been practicing dental hygiene since 2015. Leah comes from a family of dentists, from her grandfather, mother, father, uncle, and even cousins! She started working in the family office since age fourteen, although if you ask her mother, Leah has been a dental hygienist “in training” since the womb.





Danielle has been working in dentistry for over eight years now. She first started in orthodontics before returning to school to pursue her dream of becoming a dental hygienist. One of the things she enjoys the most is seeing how changing a patients’ smile can transform their life. In addition, Danielle loves building relationships with patients’ in order to make their visits a more comfortable experience. Danielle is the proud mother of a 3 year old little girl named, Falyn. In any free time, Danielle enjoys listening to live music and volunteering at local dental events.





Vanessa was born and raised in Olathe, Kansas. She always knew she wanted to enter the dental field, after she graduated high school that’s just what she did! Vanessa has now worked in the dental field for six years and has worked as a receptionist, dental assistant, and now a dental hygienist. Vanessa graduated from Johnson County Community College Dental Hygiene Program. In her spare time, Vanessa loves to travel, she has been to 43 states and over 15 countries! Vanessa hopes to make it to all 50 states before the age of 30.




# Preventative

The benefits of proper tooth brushing techniques may not be experienced immediately, but they are noticeable long-term. Read more

# Cosmetic

Your smile is the first impression that others have of you, so it makes sense that you would want it to be bright, white and healthy. Read more

# Restorative

Provisional restorations are often used during complex restorative dental procedures to serve as temporary prosthetic replacements while patients wait for a permanent restoration. Read more

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