Dentists

Nebraska Locations

Family 1st Dental of Columbus - East
Family 1st Dental of Columbus - West
Family 1st Dental of Columbus - West
Family 1st Dental of Creighton
Family 1st Dental of Fremont
Family 1st Dental of Grand Island
Family 1st Dental of Hartington
Family 1st Dental of Hickman
Family 1st Dental of Humphrey
Family 1st Dental of Laurel
Family 1st Dental of Norfolk - 13th Street
Family 1st Dental of Norfolk - 13th Street
Family 1st Dental of Norfolk - Taylor Ave
Family 1st Dental of Norfolk - Taylor Ave
Family 1st Dental of Norfolk - Taylor Ave
Family 1st Dental of Norfolk - Taylor Ave
Family 1st Dental of Norfolk - Taylor Ave
Family 1st Dental of O'Neill
Family 1st Dental of Osmond
Family 1st Dental of Randolph
Family 1st Dental of South Sioux City
Family 1st Dental of South Sioux City
Family 1st Dental of Wausa
Family 1st Dental of Wayne

Iowa Locations

Family 1st Dental of Clarinda
Family 1st Dental of Hawarden
Family 1st Dental of Lake City
Family 1st Dental of Lake View
Family 1st Dental of Le Mars
Family 1st Dental of Onawa
Family 1st Dental of Onawa
Family 1st Dental of Primghar
Family 1st Dental of Sac City
Family 1st Dental of Sioux City
Family 1st Dental of Sioux City
Family 1st Dental of Sioux City
Family 1st Dental of Storm Lake

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Dakota City Location

1410 Broadway Street,
Dakota City, NE 68731

(402) 987-3484

Dentist in 68731

Our Dental News

Dakota City dentist | 12 Reasons to See Your Dentist

Don’t wait until you’re in pain to see your Dakota City dentist! Most people make time to clean out the house, car, garage, or closets at least twice a year. Why not include your oral health on your “to do” […]

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Dentist in Dakota City | Restoring Smiles with Veneers

About 1 in 4 adults in the United States feels embarrassed by the look of their smile. Our dental office is proud to offer porcelain dental veneers to new and existing patients. Our Dakota City dentist has the training and […]

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Dentist in 68731 | How to Get Your Kids to Eat Healthier

The food children eat affects their long-term oral health. Some foods have nutrients teeth need. Others are full of acids and sugars that are harmful to teeth. With so many unhealthy food choices being marketed to children every day, it […]

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