The Best Dentists in Columbus, OH

We know it’s important to find the best dentist near you in. That’s why we have sourced the top dentists in¬†Columbus to make it easier to find the right dental care in your neighborhood. Dentists in Columbus have an average review of 3.97.

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Advanced Dental Care Center, Sam Kahwach DDS
Average Review 5175 Morse Rd #200, Columbus, OH 43230
5/5 (49 Reviewers) (614) 855-2322
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Four Oaks Dental
Average Review 109 Shult Dr # 204, Columbus, TX 78934
5/5 (11 Reviewers) (979) 732-2722
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Colorado Valley Veterinary Services
Average Review 1391 TX-71 BUS, Columbus, TX 78934
5/5 (9 Reviewers) (979) 732-9981
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Polaris Family Dental: Jaclyn Winner, DDS
Average Review 8949 Antares Ave, Columbus, OH 43240
4.9/5 (27 Reviewers) (614) 808-8494
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Dental Solutions of Columbus
Average Review 3780 Jonathan Moore Pike Suite 180, Columbus, IN 47201
4.7/5 (92 Reviewers) (812) 342-9666
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Edward C. Bozeman Jr., DMD
Average Review 2313 Bluecutt Rd, Columbus, MS 39705
4.6/5 (9 Reviewers) (662) 328-8842
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Renaissance Dental Group of Columbus, LLC
Average Review 2320 N Park Dr Suite B, Columbus, IN 47203
4.1/5 (15 Reviewers) (812) 375-2420
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Lower Lights Christian Health Center
Average Review 1160 W Broad St, Columbus, OH 43222
3.2/5 (49 Reviewers) (614) 274-1455
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Sandcrest Dental Health Associates
Average Review 2525 Sandcrest Blvd, Columbus, IN 47203
3.2/5 (5 Reviewers) (812) 372-6165
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Columbus Family Dental
Average Review 1501 Park Ave, Columbus, WI 53925
0/5 (0 Reviewers) (920) 623-5559
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Here are some helpful tips for when you’re trying to find the best dentist in your area:

  • First and foremost, check their hours to make sure that the dentist’s schedule matches yours.
  • Check with their local office to make sure that they take your dental insurance. Or if you don’t have insurance, ask about rates for different procedures to make sure you aren’t paying too much out of pocket.
  • If you have special needs, like dental anxiety, or a specific medical history that might be important, make sure to discuss these topics openly at your first appointment.
  • Don’t be afraid to pick a new dentist! If you don’t have a fantastic experience during your first appointment, find someone new.

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