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Vent Stephen Murphy D.D.S., M.S.

Dentist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Dentistry

603 Lexington Ave Fort Smith AR, 72901

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Dr. Vent Murphy is a pediatric dentist practicing in Fort Smith, AR. Dr. Murphy specializes in the oral health of children. Pediatric dentists tend to patients ranging in age from infancy to teenaged years. As a pediatric dentist, Dr. Murphy takes care of a childs teeth, gums and mouth. Children can face dental problems like tooth decay and gum disease without proper care. Pediatric dentists can provide dental examinations, give cleanings and treatments, repair cavitities and dental injuries like fractured or knocked-out teeth, diagnose oral conditions and more.

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Practice At 603 Lexington Ave

603 Lexington Ave -
Fort Smith, AR 72901
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New patients: 479-785-5437
Fax: 479-785-5534

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