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Locations Conway, AR – Central Dental

Conway, AR – Central Dental

2415 Prince StreetSte 100Conway, AR 72034Get Directions
(501) 226-1380
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Locations Conway, AR – Central Dental

Our family, helping your family.

Welcome to Central Dental in Conway! Our team works together like a family so that we can best serve your family.

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This location accepts the following insurance options:
Aetna
allwell
Blue Cross Blue Shield
CareCredit
Cigna
Delta Dental
Delta Dental Smiles
Guardian
Humana
MCNA Dental
MetLife
United Concordia
United Healthcare
Don't just take our word for it.

I honestly went to Dr. Fruchey because he accepted my insurance and not many dentists do, however, I was pleasantly surprised. He was so professional and so thorough. He fixed my problem and did so beautifully. I am very pleased. I highly recommend him if you want a great dentist.

Katie T.Conway, AR
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We are excited to announce that we are open and safe! You can find more information on how we’re keeping you safe during this time.

Central Dental in Conway, AR is located on Prince Street, right across the road from Conway High School.

General Dentist, Dr. Luke Fruchey, is committed to providing exceptional family dentistry through a variety of different services. The energetic and qualified staff at Central Dental are dedicated to making quality, affordable dental care attainable for each and every patient throughout their lifetime.

We look forward to taking care of your smile at Central Dental!

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$99 New Patient Special!*

Includes comprehensive exam, full mouth x-rays and a cleaning for new patients without insurance.

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Featured Services
Cleanings & Exams

Help prevent tooth pain, decay and gum disease to keep your mouth healthy.

Emergency

From dislocating your jaw to having a tooth knocked out, dental emergencies are best treated by seeing your dentist as soon as possible.

Implants

Dental Implants are a long-term treatment option for replacing missing or damaged teeth. With the proper care, implants can last a lifetime.

Root Canal Therapy

Root Canal therapy cleans and seals infected nerves and tissues inside your tooth to treat and prevent future infection.