Bio of Bruce J. LeBlanc, DDS
Dr. Bruce J. LeBlanc is a graduate of Jesuit High School in New Orleans and LSU School of Dentistry. Immediately after dental school graduation, Dr. LeBlanc completed the core curriculum at the L.D. Pankey Institute, along with curriculums by Dr. Peter Dawson and Dr. Alvin Filastre. He was a graduate of the initial class of the LSU School of Dentistry Cosmetic Continuum. In the early 1980’s, his interest in the adhesive bonding revolution influenced the development of his practice to employ minimal invasive techniques that save the most tooth structure possible. His seminars entitled “Maximized Adhesive Dentistry — Tools, Techniques, Materials and Philosophies for Routine Excellence” and “Dentistry For The Soul” create opportunities to share concepts with dentists around the country.
Choosing to treat one patient at a time allows Dr. LeBlanc to deliver personalized care customized to individual needs. Combining old style care and listening with modern technology and skill creates an atmosphere of trust essential to dissolving many fears associated with dental treatment.
Dr. LeBlanc and the former Nita Rabalais were married in 1973. They have three daughters and a son.