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Can gum disease be cured?

Gum disease is a common dental ailment in adults. Learn the signs of gum disease to watch for and options for treatment here.

We Welcome New Patients!

Our Ann Arbor dental office is accepting new patients! Call us at (734) 971-3450 or visit our website to request an appointment for a no-pressure consultation.

Veneers Process: Step-by-Step Guide

Considering veneers? Our dentists will walk you through the benefits and process of getting your desired smile. Contact us for a no-pressure consultation.

Should You Get a Second Opinion for Dental Work?

There is nothing wrong with getting a second opinion from a dentist. Learn how to get a second opinion for dental work here.

How do you fix worn down teeth?

Worn down teeth can appear unattractive, cause sensitivity, and lead to further oral health issues. Learn about worn down teeth and how to fix them here.

Private Practice vs Corporate Dentistry

Dentistry is going in a corporate direction, creating change for many patients. Here’s what you need to know about private practice vs corporate dentistry.

The Importance of a Clean Dental Office for Patients

Dental work creates aerosols that can put patients and staff at risk, so cleanliness is a top priority in dental offices. Learn how we keep patients safe.

Why quality of dental lab materials matter

Dental labs make products like crowns and dentures for dentists and periodontists. Learn about the importance of high-quality dental lab materials here.

What is aesthetic dentistry?

Aesthetic dentistry means creating results that both maximize your outward appearance and inward health. Learn about our approach here.

How to Find a Good Dentist

Many prospective patients judge dentists based on price, but cheap dental care can cost you in the long run. Learn how to find a good dentist here.

Is dental insurance worth it?

Is dental insurance worth the cost? Learn how dental insurance works, its benefits and drawbacks, and how to get dental care without it.

Crown vs Filling: Which one is best for you?

Crowns are typically used when teeth have become too weak or broken down to support a filling. Learn more about crowns vs fillings here.