Dental Care of Michigan Hazel Park

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Dental Care of Michigan Hazel Park

Dental Care of Michigan Hazel Park
23528 John R Road 
Hazel Park, Michigan 48030

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About Dental Care Of Michigan Hazel Park

You can expect excellence in dental care from the skilled staff at Dental Care of Michigan Hazel Park.

We offer the Hazel Park community both state­-of-­the-­art dental technology and a commitment to patient care. Our office accepts nearly all insurances, including Medicaid. Don’t have dental insurance? Our staff will work with you to set up a convenient payment plan. The Hazel Park dental office takes pride in making our patients smile. We treat each other like family ­­and extend that same care to our patients.

The Dental Care of Michigan Hazel Park office is conveniently located on John R. Road, between 9 and 10 mile, just north of the House of Shamrocks, right next to the Savaya Auto Garage, in the 48030 zip code.

Our Services At Dental Care Of Michigan Hazel Park

General Dentistry in Hazel Park

Dental Care of Michigan Hazel Park provides comprehensive general dentistry services to keep you healthy and smiling.

We recommend that you check in with us every six months. These regular appointments help ensure long-lasting dental health. During your checkup, our hygienist will thoroughly clean your teeth, removing plaque and tartar. Our dentist will then perform a complete oral evaluation of your teeth and gums. These appointments can help prevent common dental health problems, like tooth decay and periodontal disease­­ not to mention stave off medical procedures like root canals, cavity fillings and tooth extractions.

Cavity Treatment & Prevention

The staff at Hazel Park is skilled in the treatment and prevention of cavities, also known as tooth decay.

Cavities are highly common, and they’re caused by a variety of factors, including oral bacteria, sugary drinks and poor oral hygiene. You may have a cavity if you’re experiencing tooth pain or sensitivity, particularly when consuming sweet, hot or cold food and drinks.

Fortunately, cavities can be easily prevented with these good habits:

  • Brushing and flossing twice daily
  • Using antimicrobial mouthwash
  • Eating a well-­balanced diet
  • Visiting your dentist every six months

If you believe you have a cavity, you should seek out immediate dental treatment. Leaving cavities untreated can result in further dental problems, so schedule an appointment with Dental Care of Michigan Hazel Park today.

Dr. Emad Abdallah

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