"My dental hygientist was very nice and observing and she was very gentle and I would love to keep her as my dental hygienist."
Aug 22, 2015, -My dental hygentist, — Lakisha B.
"The entire staff was nice and I got my teeth cleaned and was satisfied. I usually hate getting x-Rays because the inserts hurt my mouth but the woman made it comfortable and quick. I also didn't have to wait long to be seen even though I was a new patient."
Aug 20, 2015, –Great first visit! — Tabinda S.
"The Dentist and staff were amazing!!!"
Aug 18, 2015, -The Dentist and staff were amazing!!!— Sarah R.
We Have Great Local Dentist and We Accept Most Insurances.
Our Current Offers
$59 Exam, X-Rays, & Cleaning
*New patients only. Offer good in absence of gum disease & for each family member. Must present mailer. Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. No cash value. Expires 11/30/2015
Braces only $3,999
Must mention this offer to receive discount. Includes free consultation, complete set of standard 24-month braces for kids and adults, initial exam, follow-up visits, patient records. Expires 11/30/2015
Save up to $1,500 on implants
Dental Implant for single tooth replacement. Expires 11/30/2015
At all of our Dental Care of Michigan Dentist Offices:
We have local dentists who believe in providing excellent patient care. Our dental offices use state of the art technology, accepts virtually all insurances including Medicaid, and if you don’t have dental coverage we can set up a convenient payment plan. Our office staff is committed in giving you the best dental experience. We also offer very convenient office hours so stop putting off your dental care and call us today or schedule an appointment online. Local dentist. Great affordable dentistry.
During your checkup, your general dentist will examine your teeth and overall oral health after a healthy cleaning from your hygienist. With regular dental visits, we can prevent common dental health problems such as tooth decay or periodontal disease by monitoring your teeth and gums. Good oral health can also prevent dental procedures such as cavity fillings, root canals and tooth extractions.
General dentistry covers the following the services:
Cavity Treatment & Prevention
Oral Cancer Screenings
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Dental Care of Michigan will always be there for you in case of a dental emergency. We have several offices with convenient night and weekend hours, however if you are experiencing pain after hours and need emergency dental care, please call our emergency number at 1-855-953-7374.
Tips for common dental emergencies:
Toothache – Rinse with warm water, and floss to dislodge any loose food. Then apply an ice pack (or a bag of frozen vegetables, frozen gel, etc.) to your face to reduce swelling, but never apply a pain reliever directly on gums near the sore tooth.
Chipped or Broken Tooth – If bleeding, apply a piece of gauze to the area until the bleeding stops, and apply an ice pack to face to reduce swelling and pain. Save the pieces!
Knocked Out Adult Tooth – Rinse the tooth, being careful not to remove any tissue fragments, and gently try putting it back into place. Don’t force it. If it won’t go back in place, put tooth in a glass of milk, or a cup of water with a bit of salt (the best chance at saving the tooth is if it’s put back in place within an hour). If it is only partially dislodged, apply an ice pack, and take some pain reliever if necessary.
Something Stuck Between Your Teeth? – Use floss! Never pick at it with a sharp object because you could cut your gums or scratch your tooth.
A Crown Fell Off – NEVER use super-glue to re-attach the it! If the tooth is sensitive, use an over-the-counter topical anesthetic. If you have an OTC dental cement, coat the interior of the crown, and put it back over the tooth.
A Lost Filling – If you have OTC dental cement, apply over the tooth. If you don’t have dental cement, use a piece of sugarless gum. Sugared gum will cause discomfort.
Broken Braces Wire – Using an eraser, push the wire into a more comfortable position. If this doesn’t help, cover the wire with orthodontic wax, or a small cotton ball. Never cut the wire, as you could swallow it, or inhale it into your lungs.