Ransom C. Reed, DDS

★★★★☆
  • 1185 Cave Springs Estate Drive

    Saint Peters, MO 63376

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  • 636-757-1800

About Ransom C. Reed, DDS

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Dr. Reed is a very gentle doctor who is quite calm around my kids. He sees both of my children and I've never had a problem with him at all. In fact, my 6 year old had to have a tooth pulled and he calmly told my daughter every step that was about to happen and was just fantastic. Can't say enough good things about Dr. Reed. I do recommend Brooke as the dental hygienist. She finally was able to clean my 5 year olds teeth after 2 unsuccessful attempts by other hygienists there. Brooke was wonderful.

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Dr. Reed is a very gentle doctor who is quite calm around my kids. He sees both of my children and I've never had a problem with him at all. In fact, my 6 year old had to have a tooth pulled and he calmly told my daughter every step that was about to happen and was just fantastic. Can't say enough good things about Dr. Reed. I do recommend Brooke as the dental hygienist. She finally was able to clean my 5 year olds teeth after 2 unsuccessful attempts by other hygienists there. Brooke was wonderful.

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Excellent with our 3 year old and 21 month old boys. The boys were in for their first time dental visits and it could not have gone any better!

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Excellent with our 3 year old and 21 month old boys. The boys were in for their first time dental visits and it could not have gone any better!

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My wife took our young son to see Dr. Reed at Family Dental Services, which promotes itself as a place for kids & families. They state they specialize in working with children, its challenges, and understanding that dentists are scary to little children.. Our son is 5 years old. The visit was horrible, and Dr. Reed was unbelievably unprofessional.

Our son was very scared. I think this is understandable and possibly somewhat expected. (Hell, I am somewhat still nervous around dentists!) Unfortunately, our son did not behave as was expected; however, he was not outrageous nor was he mean. He was merely scared. We do not condone our son's behavior and are not making an excuse; however, Dr. Reed escalated his fear for no apparent reason.

Dr. Reed responded by telling my wife to "get him out of my chair." He then proceeded to pull my wife aside and lecture her that she needed to discipline our child. I was completely unaware that having a dentistry degree made one parent of the year and authorize one to treat another adult with disrespect.

This escalated the situation and has caused more fear. For a place that specializes in children, I am surprised to hear that discipline was their suggestion. Yelling or being harsh on a child will only reinforce the fear.

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My wife took our young son to see Dr. Reed at Family Dental Services, which promotes itself as a place for kids & families. They state they specialize in working with children, its challenges, and understanding that dentists are scary to little children.. Our son is 5 years old. The visit was horrible, and Dr. Reed was unbelievably unprofessional.

Our son was very scared. I think this is understandable and possibly somewhat expected. (Hell, I am somewhat still nervous around dentists!) Unfortunately, our son did not behave as was expected; however, he was not outrageous nor was he mean. He was merely scared. We do not condone our son's behavior and are not making an excuse; however, Dr. Reed escalated his fear for no apparent reason.

Dr. Reed responded by telling my wife to "get him out of my chair." He then proceeded to pull my wife aside and lecture her that she needed to discipline our child. I was completely unaware that having a dentistry degree made one parent of the year and authorize one to treat another adult with disrespect.

This escalated the situation and has caused more fear. For a place that specializes in children, I am surprised to hear that discipline was their suggestion. Yelling or being harsh on a child will only reinforce the fear.

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