Anchorage, Alaska

Family Medical Dental Center

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Family Medical Dental Center

4361 Boniface Parkway
Anchorage, AK 99504
(907) 333-1211
Family Medical Dental Center, Dentists, Health and Beauty, Anchorage, Alaska

When it’s time to send your kids to the dentist or doctor, it’s important to find a professional whom kids look forward to seeing—a practice that can balance different schedules and a compassionate atmosphere. You need Family Medical Dental Center—a family-focused dentist and doctor’s office specializing in general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry, as well as medical services in Anchorage, AK.

The secret to Family Medical Dental Center’s stand-out customer service is based on personal relationships. In any of Family Medical Dental Center’s independent private practitioners, you’ll get a doctor who knows and cares about you and your family, someone dedicated to helping you understand your health. That’s the essence of family dentistry and medicine. 

The independent private practitioners at Family Medical Dental Center are committed to helping the people of Anchorage, which is why they offer emergency appointments and walk-ins. To take their service to the community a step further, they have staff who speak Spanish, Hmong, Russian, and Tagalog as well.

Bring your entire family to Family Medical Dental Center for excellent oral and general health care. Find out how enjoyable a trip to the dentist or doctor can be today by calling them at (907) 333-1211 or visiting their website.

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