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Family 1st Dental is a dental community comprised of 30 convenient locations. Our goal is to deliver the best in dental care, using the most current technologies and materials, at each location.

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"Call or stop by one of our convenient location to find out how you can enhance your smile and improve your health” ~ Dr. Ben Aitken, Wausa, Nebraska Dentist. Contact us for more information.

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If you are looking for a dental clinic with an experienced local dentist and a caring, competent staff, you can trust Family 1st Dental – Visit our Wausa, Nebraska office today.

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Hello and Welcome to Family 1st Dental - Wausa, NE. Take your time and visit our website, and thank you for considering Family 1st Dental for your dental needs.

Family 1st Dental enjoys helping you achieve a healthier, confident, whiter, more radiant smile that you deserve!

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Family 1st Dental is a dental community comprised of 30 convenient locations. We are first and foremost dental care providers. Our goal is to deliver the best in dental care, using the most current technologies and materials, at each location.

When you visit our dental office, your smile is our top priority.

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Wausa Location

102 N Lincoln,
Wausa, NE 68786

(402) 586-2611

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How Chocolate Affects the Health of Your Teeth | Dentist Wausa NE

Did you know that chocolate might not be as bad for your teeth as people may have thought? You can now eat your favorite treat without feeling guilty. Studies have shown that there are benefits to eating chocolate, however, not […]

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How Probiotics Improve Oral Health | Dentist in Wausa NE

Probiotics are typically advertised as being helpful for digestion. However, studies have shown that they can also improve oral health. Probiotics are beneficial for fighting infections that lead to oral disease.   Reducing Gingivitis  A study found by our Wausa dentist […]

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Health Alert: Preventing Osteoporosis | Wausa Dentist

Osteoporosis is a disease that affects roughly 10 million Americans, according to statistics from the National Osteoporosis Foundation. Additionally, another 44 million people are at an increased risk of developing the disease due to of low bone density. Symptoms appear […]

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