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Why a Family Dentist Might be a Better Option than a Pediatric Dentist
Why a Family Dentist Might be a Better Option than a Pediatric Dentist

If you are searching for a dentist for your family, you are now faced with the decision of choosing between a family dentist and a pediatric dentist. The difference between the two is that a pediatric dentist solely treats children, whereas a family dentist can treat people ...

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