Dr. Kyle Jordan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sciences with a Minor in Medical Missions in 2014. Upon graduation he was accepted into his first choice school at Midwestern Dental School in Illinois. He chose this school due to the unique opportunity to receive one-on-one training with all Dental Specialists in one of the most high-tech schools in the nation.
Dr. Kyle Jordan uses his Minor in Medical Missions by enjoying and leading trips to Guatemala and Honduras. The last time in Guatemala he spent around 1.5 months there for medical missions working with local dentists and physicians.
What do you like to do for fun outside the office?
I hate sitting still and love getting into the outdoors when I can. I’ll go fishing in the gulf, take some back roads on my motorcycle, or go hike a new trail. I am a bit of an adventure seeker. When the weather isn’t great, I enjoy trying new restaurants with my wife. Feel free to suggest somewhere we should go!
What do you love about your job?
I love how this job allows you to plug into the community and turns patients into family. Mouth pain and esthetics can cause a real hindrance in life. It is beautiful to be able to alleviate the pain and increase quality of life.
What’s on your bucket list?
Catch some big tuna! I have caught many fish, but never a tuna.
Something interesting patients normally don’t know about you?
I am an Eagle Scout!
Favorite Holiday and Why?
This would have to be Christmas, and I will have to say that this is my wife’s favorite time of year. She is in love with the lights, decor, and the season. Experiencing this with her makes it a truly wonderful holiday.
What question do people ask most about you?
“Kyle how did you trick such a fine woman into marrying a guy like you?” I know right! I still don’t know the answer to that, but I thank God everyday!
What are you most passionate about in life?
I always wanted my profession to be in something that I can help people on a daily bases. I strive to not only provide patients with the best dental care, but to help in any way I can. We all have so many things going on in our lives; here we strive to provide you with so much more than a dental visit. That is what allows my work to be my passion in life.
What is your favorite dental procedure and why?
I choose to stay in general dentistry because of the variety of procedures it allows me to perform. Every day is different with different problems to solve. I love the process of finding the best option for each patient through his or her treatment.