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McCordsville Family Dentist | Fortville Family Dentist | Ladd Dental Group of McCordsville | Day One

Our Ladd Dental Group of McCordsville dental office is officially OPEN!! We had an excellent time seeing patients yesterday, and we captured a few pics to commensurate this milestone. This office has been a labor of love, and we are so excited to be able to start doing what we love, treating patients! Give us a call today, as there is no better time to come in and see us! Give us a call at (317) 336-2211 or check out McCordsvilleDentist.com to learn more!  

Ladd Dental Group is a comprehensive dental group located in Central Indiana. Our McCordsville location is as far South as we currently reach, but if we discover there are more areas down South that are in dental need, then we will continue to expand in this direction. 

At Ladd, our primary objective is to provide quality dental care to communities in need. In the US, 50% of the population did not see a dentist within the last year. To us that is a scary statistic. To combat this issue, we offer promotions, DentalOne, CareCredit, and are In-Network with most commercial insurance, as well as HIP and Medicaid.  Give us a call today or check out McCordsvilleDentist.com or LaddDental.com to experience the Ladd difference!

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