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Family 1st Dental
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 5 reviews
by Diane D. on Family 1st Dental

being able to fill out the paperwork online before my first appt. was a real plus. How you're greeted and treated can make or break your day, the entire staff as well as the dentist, had the best attitude I've experienced in a long time....left the office with a smile on my face. WOW!

by Alan G. on Family 1st Dental

Very efficient and professional. They made a recent wisdom teeth extraction experience much better than I could have imagined.

by Rachel M. on Family 1st Dental

Very lovely, and adept ladies at Family First. Very good with kids! I highly recommend.

by Vickie A. on Family 1st Dental

As always when I see my dental team, I am treated with gentleness, respect and kindness. They explain all procedures to you and give you advice on how to keep a healthy smile. The financial team is great too. They help you with all aspects of the hardest part of going to the dentist , THE BILL! Thank you for your care.

by Rebecca N. on Family 1st Dental

Friendly. My kids aren't scared to go to the dentist.

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