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Grand Opening: Montclair Pediatric Dental Care

Montclair Pediatric Dental Care formally opened its doors with a ribbon-cutting ceremony presided over by Mayor Robert Jackson on Tuesday, July 12th. Family, friends, town council members and local businesses of the community were also in attendance. 
A board certified pediatric dentist, Dr. Tyra Manso combines her passions for science and art in her dental practice. Located on 31 Valley Road in Montclair Center, the modern and family-friendly dental office is geared towards preventative services for children and adolescents. The office is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and eco-friendly options, including allergen-free products and an in-office filtration system. The practice's bright, soothing office atmosphere helps put kids at ease, and is complete with iPads, a Lego wall and the Growing Smiles Club to reward patients with prizes for being committed to preventive dentistry. "We make kids part of the treatment process from the beginning, so they never have a chance to feel anxious," says the mother of one, who also lives in Montclair.
Look out for their "Back to School Blast", a public grand opening event complete with giveaways, refreshments, and food specialties provided by local restaurants, this Fall. 
For more information or to book an appointment call 973-771-5387 or visit online at

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Don’t Complain; Vote!

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