Training & Expertise

As your dental health professionals, we want you to be confident knowing that we are a team of highly trained and skilled clinicians. We pride ourselves in providing the care you need to keep your smile healthy. To give you the best possible service and results, we are committed to continual education and learning. We attend dental lectures, meetings, and hands on seminars to stay informed of and learn current techniques, the latest products, and the newest equipment that a modern dental office can utilize to provide state-of-the-art dental care. Also, being members of various professional dental associations helps us to stay abreast of the changes and recommendations for our profession.  Family 1st doctors are involved in one or more of these recognized professional associations;

  • American Dental Association
  • Nebraska Dental Association
  • Iowa Dental Association
  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • American Association of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • American Academy of Dental Group Practices

Visit Our Hickman Dental Office

Hickman Location

650 Chestnut - Suite 2,
Hickman, NE 68372

(402) 792-3000

Family First Dental - Dr. Rachel Tiejten

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Self-Care: A Woman’s Priority | Dentist Hickman

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How Candy Threatens Your Child’s Smile | Dentist Near Me

How often does your child eat candy? According to a study conducted by the USDA Economic Research Service, children under 12 consume an average of 49 pounds of sugar in one year. While candy is not the sole source of […]

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