Mammoth Spring, Arkansas

Mammoth Spring Dental Clinic LLC

General & Family Dentistry Care Since 1985

Mammoth Spring Dental Clinic LLC

180 Main St
Mammoth Spring, AR 72554
Mammoth Spring Dental Clinic LLC, Dentists, Health and Beauty, Mammoth Spring, Arkansas

Mammoth Spring Dental Clinic focuses on providing the most practical oral health solutions for children and adults of all ages in Hardy and Cherokee Village, AR, as well as West Plains, MO, and the surrounding areas. Unlike some dentists, this team understands that there are often many options for treatment and the most expensive one is not always the best.

Pediatric dentistry is a top priority at Mammoth Spring Dental Clinic. Teaching children good oral hygiene habits and making visits to the dentist as enjoyable as possible is the goal of Dr. Michael Kersey, D.D.S., and his staff of assistants and dental hygienists. They will ensure that your family feels comfortable and welcome during every visit. Their full-service dental practice has been providing dental care to patients in northern Arkansas and south central Missouri for 30 years. Their services include regularly scheduled dental exams for all ages, x-rays, fluoride treatments, sealants, cleanings and home care.

You can always count on excellent customer service at Mammoth Spring Dental Clinic. Dr. Kersey and his staff will always treat you politely and care for you with a friendly smile—just the way they would like to be treated. They handle all communications with insurance companies, including filing, so that you never have to worry about paperwork.

Currently accepting new patients, this family dentist is the area’s dental practice of choice. Call Mammoth Spring Dental Clinic at (870) 625-3262 to make an appointment or visit them online for more information about their services.

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