Stasch Dental
Jeffrey J. Stasch, DDS
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Meet Dr. Jeffrey Stasch
Dr. Jeffrey Stasch has a list of credentials that go back several decades. He was co-founder of the Kansas Mission of Mercy dental access project, which provides free dental care in 35 states to the tune of $45 million annually. He has been president of the Kansas Dental Association and served on the State Dental Board. Dr. Stasch served on the American Dental Association Council on Access Prevention and Interprofessional Relations, and was a founding member of the Give Kids a Smile Advisory Board, as well as Kansas representative to the House of Delegates.

Dr. Stasch has been enjoying providing dental care to the community for more than thirty years.
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About Our Office
At Stasch Dental, we strive to provide our patients with the best in dental care in a friendly, pleasant environment. Our emphasis is on prevention so you and your family enjoy healthy smiles for a lifetime!
 
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About Our Services
The main focus of our practice is on educating our patients on preventive dental care. We also offer general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry services. At Stasch Dental, we have been providing generations of patients with excellent dental care, and we look forward to providing the same for your family.
 
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At what age should I bring my child in for his or her first visit?

The first thing to remember is that if you ever suspect a problem with your child’s mouth, please make an appointment for him or her to be seen—regardless of their age at the time.

Ideally, we want to meet your child and get to know him or her before any problems arise. Sometimes that means when the first tooth erupts. Often we find children around the age of three tend to do best in the dental chair.

When your child comes in for his or her first official visit, we enjoy making these visits fun. We give them a chance to ride in the dental chair, meet the staff, and count their teeth. Dr. Stasch and the entire team enjoy treating children—and we look forward to making their first experience with the dentist something they enjoy.

It's also a good idea for kids to come in with Mom and Dad, or big brother or sister, to give them a chance to grow accustomed to the sights and sounds of the dentist office. Watching family members getting treated is a helpful experience and can quell any anxiety when they take their own spin in the chair.

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