Anchorage, Alaska
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Meet the Team at Anchorage's Best Family Dentistry Practice February 10, 2016

Anchorage, Anchorage County
Meet the Team at Anchorage's Best Family Dentistry Practice, Anchorage, Alaska

Since its inception, the general and family dentistry professionals at Family First Dentistry of Anchorage have been committed to continuously setting themselves apart from any other general or family dentistry group in the region. Part of what makes them unique is the familial atmosphere of their office and their genuine commitment to providing their patients with a dental experience that goes above and beyond the usual trip to the dentist. 

Today, you'll meet Family First Dentistry's team of hygienists, who provide a vital service in ensuring that your mouth is healthy and that your smile is white and beautiful.

family dentistryJill: Jill has been a dental hygienist for over 15 years and joined Family First Dentistry back in 2010. A graduate of Texas Woman's University, Jill worked in several different states before coming to Anchorage. In her spare time, she enjoys fishing, hunting, and camping with her husband and children.

Tami: Tami, a graduate of Dixie State University, obtained her license in anesthesia in addition to becoming a registered dental hygienist. In her spare time, she enjoys carpentry and music as well as kayaking with her family.

Candace: Candace has been working as a dental hygienist since graduating from UAA in 1990. A National Dental Society member, local state Dental Hygiene society member, and a lifelong resident of Alaska, Candace enjoys many outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing in her spare time.

JebL Jeb has been with Family First  Dentistry for a decade, and has been a practicing dental hygienist since 1995. In his spare time, Jeb builds cabins, fosters children, and enjoys the company of his children and grandchildren.

teeth whiteningMegan: Megan is the most recent addition to the Family First Dentistry team. An Alaska native, she graduated from the University of Alaska with high honors and a degree in dental hygiene. Her hobbies include outdoor activities such as running, biking, skiing, and hiking.

At Family First Dentistry, these five team members and the other members of the staff are dedicated to helping you have the smile you've always wanted. They offer a wide range of services, including teeth whitening, emergency dentistry, root canals, orthodontics, and more. Not only do they offer flexible financial options, but they'll treat you as an individual and will create a customized treatment plan especially for you.

To schedule a dental appointment with Family First Dentistry, call them today at (907) 562-2820. For more information about the family dentistry team, visit their website and like them on Facebook.

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