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Family 1st Dental is a dental community comprised of 30 convenient locations. Our goal is to deliver the best in dental care, using the most current technologies and materials, at each location.

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30 Convenient Office Locations

"Call or stop by one of our convenient locations to find out how you can enhance your smile and improve your health” ~ Dr. Charles Skoglund, owner and President of Family 1st Dental.

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We Welcome New Patients

If you are looking for a dental clinic with an experienced local dentist and a caring, competent staff, you can trust Family 1st Dental – Visit any of our over 30 convenient locations.

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Experience Patient-Centered Care

Hello and Welcome to Family 1st Dental. Take your time and visit our website, view our community of dental offices, and thank you for considering Family 1st Dental for your dental needs.

Family 1st Dental enjoys helping you achieve a healthier, confident, whiter, more radiant smile that you deserve!

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Your Comfort is Our Priority

Family 1st Dental is a dental community comprised of 30 convenient locations. We are first and foremost dental care providers. Our goal is to deliver the best in dental care, using the most current technologies and materials, at each location.

When you visit our dental office, your smile is our top priority.

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The Truth About Dental Anxiety

Is anxiety or nervousness preventing you from visiting our team? Dental treatments should not be a cause of stress. If you worry about pain, embarrassment, or loss or control during a dental examination, we want you to know two very […]

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Optimal Gum Health for Seniors

For seniors, it is imperative that gum health is a top priority. As you age, your risk of developing periodontal (gum) disease increases. Periodontal disease is both preventable, and in many cases, reversible. When left untreated, it can lead to […]

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Managing TMD Discomfort

Discomfort and pain in your jaw, clicking while you talk or chew, and swelling on the sides of your face can be caused by Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD). TMD can make talking and eating both painful and uncomfortable. Our team […]

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