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Dr. Yvette Stokes, DDS

Dr. Yvette Stokes, DDS

Age 55 Pediatric Dentistry F
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Dr. Yvette Stokes, DDS is a pediatric dentistry practitioner in Fayetteville, NC. She currently practices at Highland Pediatric Dental.


  1. Highland Pediatric Dental

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      Highland Pediatric Dental
      1367 Walter Reed Rd Ste 103, Fayetteville, NC 28304 Existing Patients: (910) 485-8749

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I would recommend this office to anyone with children or who has special needs. I needed an appointment right away and they accommodated me in a timely manner. Everyone there is very professional and compassionate with the children. The office manager Nakia went above and beyond for me and I'm very thankful!!
— Feb 27, 2020
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