Community InvolvementPhoenix, AZ
As an office we love to give back to our community and support those who support us! Nett Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics is involved in many fundraisers, community events, and volunteer projects that encourage growth in our local community.
Our dental team looks forward to providing oral health education each February during National Children’s Dental Health Month. This is a great way to support our educators while sharing good oral health habits, tooth brushes, tooth paste, and floss to the amazing children of our community.
Drs. Brian and Karan Nett, along with their entire staff strive to volunteer their time helping others through donations, silent auctions, fundraising, and oral health education. We have the BEST patients and look forward to our continued commitment to our community.
Nett Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics gladly supports
- Mission of Mercy
- St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
- St. Mary’s Food Bank
- United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona
- Hopi Elementary
- Stetson Hills Elementary
- Highland Lakes Elementary
- Atonement Lutheran School
- Cactus Cobra Football Team
- Local Little Leagues
- North Phoenix MOM Meetup Groups
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