The Only Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist in Durango!
Welcome to Durango Kids Pediatric Dentistry, a leading pediatric dentistry practice in both Durango, Colorado.
Very child friendly dentist! We believe superior oral health is vital for your child’s dental development, and our children's dentists are dedicated in aiding the psychological ...
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The girls were fantastic will for sure be back. Kids were super comfortable.
By: Courtney Haring
Dec. 19, 2013
Brought all 4 kids in at the same time. They made all kids feel special. Very informative. Awesome job ladies.
By: Rhonda Autry
Nov. 29, 2012
My son asked when we could come back to this dentist. Both my kids like going to the dentist.
July 23, 2012
Dr. P and Leah are AWESOME! The staff is always friendly and very helpful!
May 31, 2012
Love the care that is given to each and every visit. We recently had a wonderful success with getting thumb sucking with the famous "googly eyes"! Love Animas Pediatric Dental Group!
May 31, 2012
The tech's were very nice and made the visit very warm feeling. the dentist was also very warm towards me and out son. Awesome experience here! Love it. xoxo
April 19, 2012
April 5, 2012
Dr. Pinkerton and her staff are wonderful! My children love their dentist!
March 23, 2012
Dr. Pinkerton and her staff are amazing! My daughters stopped sucking their thumbs after one visit. I can't say enough wonderful things. Love them!!!
March 13, 2012
My son has had two dental visits with this dentist(the first two he has ever had), neither of which went well. He was a little bit anxious at first and after seeing the dentist the first time, and the dental assistant the second, he was inconsolable for about twenty minutes. They had me hold him down and kept trying to brush his teeth even after he started freaking out. At that point I had to leave. He just wasn't comfortable with them. I have no trouble brushing his teeth at home, so it surprised me that they had so much trouble. I understand that they have to at least try and get his teeth cleaned and looked at, but there is a line between trying and forcing which they definitely crossed.
By: Angelica Hernandez
Dec. 19, 2011