Fayetteville, N.C. — A dentist’s office in North Carolina is on a mission to help all people with their dental issues.
Dentist, Fayetteland Regional Dental, has been opening a new office at the dental school in North Cascades for the past few months.
The dentists at the new office will be trained to provide high-quality dental care, and they will be able to provide referrals to doctors and dentists who can prescribe a better solution for a patient.
“This is not just for people with oral health issues.
It’s also for people who have dental problems for other reasons,” said Dr. Anthony Bautista, director of the dental program at the school.
He said dental schools and other providers need to work together to ensure patients are getting the care they need, whether it is through dental implants or dental braces, or a variety of other therapies.
We want to provide the best care possible for patients,” Bautistas said.
Dr. Kevin Gee, a professor of dentistry at the University of North Carolina, said the goal of the office is to provide patients with the best quality of care.
This office will not only help patients but also help us develop a dental workforce that will be a model for other institutions in the future,” he said.”
The dentist may have to do a few different procedures to get the proper shape and fill.”
“This office will not only help patients but also help us develop a dental workforce that will be a model for other institutions in the future,” he said.
The new office is the result of a partnership between the dental schools, dentists, denture makers and other organizations.
Fayetteland has the second largest population of dentists in the country, after Georgia.
In addition to the dental office, F.E.L.D. is expanding its dental services, providing dental implants to patients who can’t get the implants at other facilities, and offering a range of other services, including dental clinics and a dental clinic.
This is just a beginning for the dental education program.
We will be working with the dental departments at other dental schools in the area, to provide services that are in the best interest of our patients,” said Bautias.
If you have a dental issue or have questions about your health care, please call F.T.C.(404) 533-3200 or email [email protected]