Training & Expertise

As your dental health professionals, we want you to be confident knowing that we are a team of highly trained and skilled clinicians. We pride ourselves in providing the care you need to keep your smile healthy. To give you the best possible service and results, we are committed to continual education and learning. We attend dental lectures, meetings, and hands on seminars to stay informed of and learn current techniques, the latest products, and the newest equipment that a modern dental office can utilize to provide state-of-the-art dental care. Also, being members of various professional dental associations helps us to stay abreast of the changes and recommendations for our profession.  Family 1st doctors are involved in one or more of these recognized professional associations;

  • American Dental Association
  • Nebraska Dental Association
  • Iowa Dental Association
  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • American Association of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • American Academy of Dental Group Practices

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Hartington Location

103 West Main Street,
Hartington, NE 68739

(402) 254-3969

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Are Your Drinks Attacking Your Teeth? | Dentist in Hartington

If carbonated soft drinks are part of your normal daily routine, you may be causing serious damage to your teeth. Recent studies shared by our Hartington dentist have found soft drinks to be among the most potent dietary causes of […]

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6 Tips for Preventing Tooth Decay in Children | Hartington Dentist

Oral health is important at every stage in life. Just because your children are going to lose their primary (baby) teeth eventually doesn’t mean that we can ignore the importance of dental care. Tooth decay can be painful and uncomfortable […]

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Periodontal Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis | Hartington NE Dentist

Periodontal disease, or gum disease, and Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) are a systemic inflammatory disorder, which is how they have a connection. Both diseases frustrate the immune system and attack its own tissues, eventually leading to tooth loss and pain of […]

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