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Dr. Kevin Kizer, DDS

Dr. Kevin Kizer, DDS

Age 56 Pediatric Dentistry M
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(336) 551-2196

Dr. Kevin Kizer, DDS is a pediatric dentistry practitioner in Clemmons, NC. He currently practices at University Dental Associates - Clemmons - Lewisville Clemmons Rd.

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  1. University Dental Associates - Clemmons - Lewisville Clemmons Rd

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      2311 Lewisville Clemmons Rd Ste 301, Clemmons, NC 27012 Existing Patients: (336) 551-2196

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Dr Kizer is the best pediatric dentist we've ever had. He takes time to explain everything and is very thorough. He's great with kids and makes them feel very comfortable.
Hamilton, GA — Feb 10, 2017
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