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Sunday February 7th, 2016 4:45PM

Dentistry for Children opens practice in Gainesville

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Dentistry for Children, an Atlanta-based dental practice comprised of pediatric specialists and general dentists, recently welcomed the Children's Dentistry of Gainesville practice at 655 Jesse Jewell Pkwy., SE, Suite E, into its pediatric dental group. The new office will mark Dentistry for Children's 21st location in the state.

"We are excited to bring the experience and expertise of Dentistry for Children to the Gainesville community," said Charles Coulter, D.D.S., chief dental officer for Dentistry for Children. "We are committed to providing the highest quality of oral care and treatment to every patient we serve, one smile at a time."

In addition, Family Orthodontics, (www.WeFixYourSmile.com), a local orthodontic office, is relocating from 885 Dawsonville Hwy to 655 Jesse Jewell Pkwy., SE, Suite E., right next door to the new Dentistry for Children office.

"Continuity of care is vastly improved with pediatric and orthodontic dental services under one roof," Coulter said. "Transitioning a child from pediatric care to orthodontic care becomes seamless and offers convenience for parents who wish to coordinate multiple appointments for their children of different ages."

Dentistry for Children is now seeing current Children's Dentistry of Gainesville patients as well as accepting new Dentistry for Children patients.
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