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Gladstone Family Dentistry in Gladstone, OR
A beautiful smile shows you’re healthy from your teeth to your toes. Here at Gladstone Family Dentistry, in Gladstone, Oregon, we believe in dental care as a vital part of every patient’s overall well-being. Let us be your partner in living well.
We Love Our Patients
We have a passion for treating patients like family. That means you’ll always be able to get all of your questions answered, you’ll always receive the highest level of care, and you’ll always be treated fairly and respectfully.
We Love Our Community
Our mission at Gladstone Family Dentistry is to provide the best possible quality of care to our patients, while doing our best to give back to community that makes our business possible. Our Caring for the Community Program donates all proceeds from new patient appointments! Right now, new patients can get an exam and x-rays for just $19.95 and all proceeds go to help improve literacy education in our Gladstone Schools!
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Your smile is our favorite feature! That’s why we work so hard to provide the right options for your dental needs. Now, you probably know that maintaining good oral hygiene is the all-important first step in getting and keeping a fab smile. But did you know that there...read more
There has been a lot of back and forth about fluoride over the years, so we wanted to take a minute to talk about the dental side of this controversy. The fact is that fluoride is found in nature and naturally occurs in everything from fresh water to fruit to dairy...read more
We have all heard of the “terrible twos” - which is supposed to be when teething begins. But, as many new parents discover, your baby's first teeth come in much earlier than the age of two years old - and teething lasts longer than one year. This can leave many...read more