Family 1st Dental holds all of our offices to a high standard of excellence in personalized dental care.
This allows us to provide you with the highest quality dental service, the quality you deserve.
All of our office are equipped to handle your dental needs. To help you understand your options, we’ve included descriptions of some of our leading services on the following pages.
Our offices are experienced in the full range of general and cosmetic dentistry for all ages, including children, making our office a one-stop visit for all your dental needs. This includes routine cleanings and examinations, oral cancer screenings, fillings, crowns, bridges, partials, dentures, gum disease therapy, root canals, TMJ, cosmetic dentistry, whitening, and orthodontics. In order to provide the most comfortable and caring experience, we have the latest technology including digital x-rays, laser dentistry and intra-oral cameras just to name a few.
Our doctors are experts at simple cosmetic procedures as well as full mouth reconstruction. This may include any combination of fillings, bonding, veneers, crowns, bridges, implants, and whitening. If you have any questions about what we can do for your smile, please schedule a consultation and the doctors will create a custom treatment plan based on your dental and financial needs.
We create comprehensive treatment plans for both cosmetic and restorative dentistry to help you achieve a beautiful and healthy smile and with our convenient locations, there’s one near you!
Please take your time learning about the most popular services provided by Family 1st Dental.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to call any of our locations.
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