Great Northern Dental Care

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Great Northern Dental Care
Great Northern Dental Care offers Dentists services in Grand Forks ND.

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Great Northern Dental Care has an overall ZapScore of 72. This means that Great Northern Dental Care has a higher ZapScore than 72% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Grand Forks, North Dakota is 45 and in the Dentists category is 25. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Help us congratulate our business coordinator, Katie! On August 27th she welcomed a healthy baby boy, Clarion Thomas. 🐸

Great Northern Dental Care is at University Park.
We are all set up and ready for Safe Kids Day with Grand Forks YMCA at University Park! If you are free, stop on by with the little ones between 1-3!

If anyone is planning on checking out the YMCA's Healthy Kids Event tomorrow in University Park, Katie will be there with goodies, tips and tricks for good dental hygiene and a chance to win $50 off your next visit! Stop by and say hi! 👋🏻👋🏻👋🏻 #GrandForksHealthyKids

Everyone check out Cindy's brand new smile! We have enjoyed your bubbly personality so much in our office, and are so happy that you are proud of your new smile!

Great Northern Dental Care is with Katie Larson.
Is it safe to come to the dentist while pregnant? YES!! The American Pregnancy Association not only says it's safe, but they also recommend coming it on time for your regularly scheduled cleanings. The rise in hormone levels during pregnancy causes the gums to swell, bleed, and trap food causing increased irritation to your gums! This is why preventive dental work while pregnant is essential to avoid oral infections such as gum disease, which has been linked to preterm birth. It is recommended that you let your dentist know when you come in that you are pregnant and to postpone any non-emergency treatment until your 2nd trimester. It is also recommended that any elective procedures be postponed until after delivery.


Natalie is our newest member of the no cavity club!! Keep up the good work! https://t.co/kC4brBGABY


Everyone congratulate Joey on being a member of the No Cavity Club! https://t.co/xDQvWvSU5h


Thanks for coming to visit us today Morgan! https://t.co/EwnlxOTd3a


We love getting to know all of our patients! Thanks for coming in today Tanya! https://t.co/FA1LNnxibl


*SPECIAL ALERT! FUTURE DENTIST IN THE MAKING HERE!* And look at her beautiful smile! 😁 https://t.co/xtIc78VsLW