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Lindquist Dental Clinic - 2 Reviews - 130 131st St S, Tacoma, WA - Dental Clinic Reviews - Phone (253) 539-7445

Lindquist Dental Clinic

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130 131st St S
Tacoma, WA 98444
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(253) 539-7445
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I brought my daughter there for the first time and they treated her like royalty. They explained things to her so she would get comfortable and overall had a great experience.

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Lindquist Clinic For Children 9/11/2009

Excellent children's dentist. The staff are all wonderfully nice and the dental assistants are kid friendly and real gentle with them. They maintain patience even when a kid is rowdy. And their very flexible. more

Excellent Care for Children 10/29/2008

I brought my daughter there for the first time and they treated her like royalty. They explained things to her so she would get comfortable and overall had a great experience. more
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  • Founded in 1936, Lindquist Dental Clinic for Children (LDCC) has been serving our Puget Sound community for over 77 years! Over the years, LDCC has grown from a teaching facility to a professionally-staffed organization with 4 locations, over 24 chairs, and is estimating over 42,000 patient visits in 2013. LDCC was founded in 1936. The organization is named for Carl E. Lindquist, a Tacoma banker, and philanthropist. In the beginning, the organization served primarily as a dental assisting program at Bates Technical and Clover Park Technical Colleges. In 1998, LDCC began operating independently in a rented 5-chair dental facility in Parkland. At this time, there was also a transition from an educational program to a professionally staffed clinic. LDCC purchased a building in Parkland with 5 treatment rooms in June of 2001. Between 2000 and 2002, LDCC increased patient services by over 50% and began bursting at the seams. It was evident that expansion was needed. In 2005, the expansion project was completed and LDCC moved into the current 10-chair facility in Parkland. Thanks to the many dedicated donors that made this a possibility.

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