Evergreen Dental Care

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Evergreen Dental Care

Evergreen Dental Care – 24450 Evergreen Rd #101, Southfield, MI 48075, USA

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About Evergreen Dental in Southfield, MI

At Evergreen Dental Care, our dentists and staff believe in providing best-­in-­class patient care, complete with the latest in dental technology.

We’ve been serving the Southfield community for years­­and we love watching our patients leave with greater confidence in their smile. Our practice accepts nearly all insurances, including Medicaid. Don’t have dental coverage? We’ll work with you set up a convenient payment plan for your services.

Evergreen Dental Care is conveniently located on Evergreen Road, next to the Tapestry Catering Hall, and across the street from EX Storage, in the 48075 zip code.

We are Evergreen Dental Care. And we look forward to treating you and your family for many years to come.

Our Services At Evergreen Dental

General Dentistry In Southfield, MI

Evergreen Dental Care provides comprehensive general dentistry services for the Southfield community.

Our dentists recommend regular dental checkups every six months. In addition, we offer dental health resources and prevention videos to ensure you maintain proper oral hygiene between visits.

What can you expect at Evergreen Dental Care? When you come in for a checkup, your dental hygienist will clean and polish your teeth, thoroughly removing any plaque or tarter. Your dentist will then examine your gums and teeth for signs of tooth decay, gum disease and other oral health issues. If our team discovers any issues, we’ll together create a plan to improve your oral health.

Cavity Prevention & Treatment

Cavities are common and nothing to be embarrassed about. But patients with cavities should get immediate dental treatment to prevent further damage to the tooth.

Cavities, otherwise known as tooth decay, are one of the most common diseases in the United States­­ second only to the common cold. Fortunately, you can easily prevent cavities with these good habits:

  • Brushing your teeth properly at least twice per day
  • Floss daily to remove food debris in between your teeth
  • Using an antimicrobial mouth rinse to help reduce plaque
  • Eating a well-­balanced and nutritious diet with limited sweets
  • Regular visits to the dentist at least twice per year

Untreated cavities can result in a variety of dental problems. How can you tell if you have a cavity?

Warning signs include tooth pain, particularly when eating sweet, hot or cold drinks. If you suspect you may have a cavity, schedule an appointment with our dentists today.

Our Doctors

Dr. Sharitha Ulchil


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Dr. Reema Budayr

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Dr. Srujalkumar Patal

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