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Dentists in Arkansas (AR)

Heights Dental Clinic, Dentist  in Little Rock
“At Heights Dental Clinic we are proud to offer the best in cosmetic and family dentistry. Our staff will provide you and your family with the professional care and personal attention you deserve!
Dr. Blaine Leeds, Dentist  in Pottsville
“Our goal is to provide technologically advanced dental care for the entire family. Our office is a general dental practice that provides care for everyone from children around age three all the way to senior adults.
Dwight D. Duckworth, DDS, Dentist  in Springdale
“Our experienced and compassionate staff uses the latest dental technology to provide you and your family with the best care possible. We offer a wide variety of cosmetic dentistry options including tooth whitening and porcelain veneers. Choose computer imaging or ask to see our “before and after” pictures to better understand how a cosmetic dental procedure can change your life.
“Welcome to Beller Dental Clinic! Our Mission's to promote oral health through excellence in education patient care technology and service. Let Beller Dental Clinic be your clinic of choice for all dental needs!
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Can a Arkansas (AR) Dentist help?
Dentists in Arkansas (AR) diagnose and treat problems with teeth, gums and tissues in the mouth.

Dentists perform dental surgery on gums and supporting bones to treat gum disease. They remove tooth decay, fill cavities, place protective sealants on children's teeth, straighten teeth, repair fractured teeth and provide dental care. Arkansas (AR) Dentists extract teeth and make models and measurements for dentures to replace missing teeth.
How are Dentists licensed?
Licensed Dentists in Arkansas (AR) have generally completed 3 or more years of undergraduate education plus 4 years of dental school and have passed the National Board Dental Exams. State licensing boards then require professionals to pass state licensing exams in order to practice in general dentistry. Additional post-graduate training is required to become a Arkansas (AR) dental specialist, such as an orthodontist, periodontist or oral and maxillofacial surgeon. (Source: American Dental Association).
How to use my dental insurance?
Most Arkansas (AR) Dentists and dental groups accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. There are only a few medicare dentists and medicaid dentists serving the Arkansas (AR) market. Follow these links to see if there is one nearby. There's no such thing as a cheap dentist and the best dentist is the one who gives you the best care.