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Due to construction for our remodel Maple Grove Family Dental Clinic will be closed Friday June 13th and Monday June 16th. Please feel free to contact us by phone as we will still be here to answer your calls!
We are excited to introduce Tammy, our new Front Desk Receptionist at Maple Grove Family Dental Clinic! She comes to us with many years of experience and will be welcoming you at your next visit with us. We are very … Continue reading
We are so happy to announce that our Front Desk Coordinator, Sheila had her baby boy on April 17th! Congratulations to Sheila and her husband Jason on their little bundle of joy!
Many thanks to the Maple Grove Community for voting us as Maple Grove’s Best Dentist of 2014! We truly appreciate each and every one of you and are honored to have you as patients!
Approximately 43,250 people in the U.S. will be newly diagnosed with oral cancer this year. Your Dentist and Hygienist are often the first line of defense against oral cancer. While smoking and tobacco use are still major risk factors, the fastest … Continue reading
A health mouth is a health body, let Maple Grove Family Dental Clinic help you make this year a healthy one! !
Happy Children’s Dental Health Month! Maple Grove Family Dental Clinic is having a Tooth Brushing Photo Contest! Snap a picture of your child keeping their teeth healthy and post it to our Facebook page for a chance to win a … Continue reading
What can your child expect at their first dental visit with Maple Grove Family Dental Clinic? The first experience at a dentist can be scary! Here is a fun video that walks your child through a dental appointment and what … Continue reading
Sour candies are popular these days, but according to a study by the Minnesota Dental Association, some of these sour candies are almost as bad for your teeth as battery acid! Just a reminder to watch what you are eating … Continue reading
Every parent worries at some point of time about how to protect their children’s teeth. Baby teeth are essential in the development and placement of your child’s permanent teeth. Primary teeth maintain the spaces where permanent teeth will erupt … Continue reading