Super Smiles Address

Hands of Harrison

Welcome to SuperSmiles

Our number one goal is to make sure every one of our patients leaves 100% happy and with a bright, white smile on their face!  

Doctor Chad

Harrison has a great pediatric dentist and when you come to meet him you will have a great smile. That smile will last long after you leave.

Super Smiles

At Super Smiles dentistry in Harrison, we know how important your children’s safety and comfort is. As a father himself, Doctor Jensen has created an atmosphere and staff that children love. We invite you to try the difference a true …

Our goal is to make sure you leave with a smile on your face!

At our office you’ll always find friendly, professional staff that will go out of there way to ensure your visit to the dentist is a happy one!

Chad Jensen, Dentist

About Our Practice

Dr. Chad Jensen and his amazing team work exclusively with kids and teens.

Themed rooms

Operatory – African Savanna 
X-Ray room – view from space
Consult room – Under the Sea

Tablets and entertainment for kids

iPads equipped with games and bean bags for the entertainment and comfort of children. Children’s movies playing at all times. 

TVs placed above dental chairs

A small flat screen TV is placed above each dental chair with a pair of headphones for each child to enjoy while getting their work done or waiting for their dental check-up. There are also flat screens in our x-ray and consult rooms. 

Our Team

A company is only as strong as the team behind it.
Meet our team and find out why we’re passionate about what we do.

Our Services

We provide many exciting services that will leave you with a bright, white smile on your face!


We accept Medicaid/ARKids. This insurance provides a wide range of coverage for our services, however, they do not cover esthetic services such as 

In office Sedation

We offer an in office sedation medication for nervous and anxious patients. The patient is asked to arrive an hour and fifteen minutes before their appointment time to receive the medication and to allow it to take the full effect. This is a moderate sedation in which the patient is not fully sedated and conscious for the procedure. Children typically do not remember the procedure.


For patients who do not respond well to the in-office sedation are referred to the hospital for a deep sedation requiring general anesthesia. The patient is unconscious during the procedure. This allows for all treatment to be completed. A series of tasks required from the hospital must be completed in order for the patient to be sedated and treatment completed.


A Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE) is an upper appliance that places pressure on the upper jaw by turning a midline screw.  The pressure separates the mid palatal suture thus making the maxilla wider, which can correct crossbites and create space.  RPEs are used often to correct posterior crossbites.

Space Maintainers

Space maintainers are appliances made of metal that are custom fit to the mouth or tooth. They are small and unobtrusive in appearance. Most children easily adjust to them after the first few days. ​Space maintainers hold open the empty space left by a lost tooth. They steady the remaining teeth, preventing movement until the permanent tooth takes its natural position in the jaw. It is more affordable and easier on the child to keep teeth in normal positions with a space maintainer than to move them back into place with orthodontic treatment.

Composite Restorations are done with white composite resin material that may be used on anterior and posterior teeth. It is a durable material that can be matched to the existing tooth color. The white composite filling is the restorative material of choice due to its cosmetic factor.

Lab fabricated crowns are custom made, custom fit crown for the teeth that are made with an impression by a lab and cemented by the dentist. The crown placement takes 2 appointments.  During the first appointment (crown prep), we take an impression of the tooth and prepare the tooth to allow room for the crown.  An impression is made of the tooth to be sent to the lab for fabrication.  Then, the assistant will make a temporary crown, which the patient wears on this tooth while the lab makes the permanent crown.  The lab uses the impression to make the crown the exact size and shape for the patient. We also offer prefabricated white crowns for children. These crowns are pre-made to fit the tooth like a stainless steel crown. They are used mainly for esthetic purposes. White prefabricated crowns are a service not covered by Medicaid/ARKids.

Stainless steel crowns are prefabricated to fit the tooth. They are antibacterial, more  durable than white crowns and provide better protection from decay. Prefabricated stainless steel crowns are a service covered by Medicaid/ARKids.

A root canal is necessary when the decay on the tooth has progressed down to the nerve. A root canal consists of cleaning out the decay and the infected nerve of that tooth, then filling the tooth.  This procedure can be done in one appointment. However, without the nerve, the tooth will become brittle.  It will eventually break if not crowned.

Before the tooth can be crowned, the dentist must place a ceramic post and build the tooth back up.  The post is inserted into one canal of the tooth to add strength to the tooth.  The tooth is then built back up and prepped for the crown, or sealed with a composite restoration.


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1523 HWY 65 N
Harrison, AR 72601


Mon – Thurs: 8AM-5PM
Fri: 8AM-2PM
Sat-Sun: Closed


(870) 741-4746