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Best Dental Office: Maple Family Dental

Location: Horace, ND

Best Dental office 2022
Maple Family Dental has been named Best Dental Office in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
Photo courtesy of Frozen Pines Photo
We are part of The Trust Project.

How does it feel to win? 

“Winning for the sixth year in a row makes us feel ecstatic and humbled,” Oral Health Educator Tara Bultema said.

What is your favorite part of your job? 

“There is so much about dentistry that we LOVE! Within the clinic walls, some highlights are seeing a person who walked into our dental office in pain and leave without pain,” she said.

What do you love most about this community?   

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“We love the people of this community! They are friendly, hardworking, and just good people,” Bultema said.

  • Second place: Savings Smiles Dentistry
  • Third place: Northern Lights Dental
  • Fourth place: Tronsgard & Sullivan, D.D.S, P.C.
  • Fifth place: Blake Ristvedt Dental

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