WE ARE ALL ABOUT PROSTHETIC DENTISTRY HERE!Prosthodontists are dental specialists trained in the restoration and maintenance of oral function, comfort, appearance, and health by restoring natural teeth that are broken or worn, or in the case of missing teeth, replaced.
Really enjoy rubber
you need a crown?
We have not met
anyone who looks
forward to that! Now we have digital impressions with a 3-D camera, and final high-strength ceramic crowns milled while you watch. These CAD/CAM crowns are completed in ONE appointment. No worries about temporary crowns staying on the tooth for several weeks while the crown is being made in a lab elsewhere. We are the lab!
THE DESKTOP LABORATORY
We utilize a new concept in the delivery of dental care, the desktop laboratory. This laboratory has a 3D camera, instead of impressions, to image your mouth. Your tooth is designed with CAD/CAM software and milled out of a block of ceramic.
Missing teeth can
be a real problem.
Jaw joints can hurt,
teeth can shift,
your bite can be off,
speech can be affected, and your chewing can be awkward. Missing teeth can result in the other teeth becoming loose or cracking. We spend our days restoring the health of patients’ mouths by replacing missing teeth with implant crowns and bridges, natural tooth bridges, removable partials, and complete dentures.
Even though we are a
dental office, we offer
that also allow review of our dental work. Often patients are referred to our office to solve particularly challenging dental conditions. When their rehabilitation is complete, we often alternate their professional cleanings with their general dentist or specialist so that both offices get to see the patient each year for review. When patients have no routine dental “home”, we also provide professional cleaning, restorative care, and overall supervision…we become their dentist.
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CROWNS WHILE YOU WAIT
THE LAB IS IN OUR OFFICE!The milling chamber uses diamond burs to manufacture your restoration out of a ceramic block. There are various ceramic materials that may be used. Dr. Stewart will advise the correct material for your situation. He will then custom characterize the restoration in a ceramic furnace so that it blends with your other teeth, all done while you relax in our office.
WE USE THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY
We use a 3D laser scanner to take precision images of your teeth. We design your restoration on a 3D CAD computer and can simulate the fit in the computer. When we're done it is sent to our in-office milling unit.
Restorations While You WaitIn most cases, the following dental restorations can be made in one visit: crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, partial veneer crowns, and fillings. Dentistry today has “raised the bar”; restorations of teeth that are cracked, worn, or missing a filling is made very simple. We are using the latest CAD/CAM restorative technology (CEREC) with durable and lifelike bonded ceramic materials—a proven system of over 25 years. The best part–no impressions or temporaries! Silver fillings also remain an option, as well as bonded composite fillings. The choice of the type of restoration will be based on anticipated durability, esthetic needs, and cost.
Since 2005, our office has an ongoing clinical research project with the CAD/CAM ceramic materials. So far, the data leads us to the following conclusion—most impressive!
Before & After Gallery
Restorations While You Wait
Dental ImplantsMissing teeth have met their match with the use of dental implants! Dental implants are titanium roots that support crowns or bridges that eclipse the durability of natural tooth restorations. They have become the preferred method of replacing missing teeth. Any number of teeth may be replaced—from one tooth to a full arch of teeth. Front teeth or back teeth. They may be “fixed” prostheses (not removable by the patient) to “removable” prostheses (taken out daily for cleaning).
Our office provides the coordination with the surgical specialists, directives for the project, and the restoration for the implant root(s). We guide you through the simple process of having a dental implant restored to a functioning, long-lasting, and natural looking tooth.
Bridges Over Natural TeethWhen implants are not an option for your missing tooth, a bridge may be considered. A bridge uses the teeth on either side of the space to support a false tooth. The decision to use a bridge is based mostly on the strengths of the supporting teeth. They should have adequate health with the bone, gum, root size, etc, to be expected to adequately support the missing neighbor. Bridges, like other dental restorations for natural teeth can be subject to recurrent decay as a downside. The “upside” is that there generally is no surgery required and the total time of treatment is less than with implants.
Technological advances with bridges continue to be in the materials and methods for impressions. Zirconia hardened ceramic frameworks are slowly replacing metal, and milled ceramic artificial teeth are being introduced through the CAD/CAM CEREC method. Digital cameras now make “digital impressions” instead of the use of rubber impressions—much easier on you! We have a unique opportunity to do clinical research in our setting in Grosse Pointe, and our data will continue to be forwarded to our dental colleagues around the country.
PartialsWhen an implant or bridge is not a practical option, a removal partial denture (partial) may be indicated. A partial relies on the support of the combination of your remaining teeth and gum tissue, however, unlike the implant and bridge option, you remove this daily to clean. For most patients an upper partial is easier to wear than a lower partial. There is generally more food impaction with partials when compared to the fixed prosthetic options (implants and bridges).
The fit and finish of a partial is the key to success. We take great care to ensure the partial is comfortable and done properly. There are several procedural appointments that check the progress of your partial. You are shown the prototype prior to its completion at all times—you are in control!
DenturesWhen all the teeth are lost in one or both arches, a denture may be an option. A denture utilizes your gum tissue alone to support them. The upper denture relies on suction, whereas the lower denture does not have that potential, and relies on your mouth’s muscular coordination to keep it steady. Because of this, lower dentures are harder to wear for many.
With time and patience, you may learn to use the dentures with little effort. Many friends or family members may do very well with dentures, yet others struggle. Why is this? The anatomy in your mouth is as different from one person to another’s, just like the individuality of our faces. Suffice to say, some mouth features are more important for success in denture wearer’s than others. Prosthodontists are the dental specialists to determine who in the crowd will have little or no success with dentures.The modern day implant was invented to help people avoid wearing a lower denture, or difficult situation with the upper denture. Swedish investigators in the late 60’s found that titanium was one material our bodies would accept, and form a long-lasting bond with bone. Since that time, combinations of lower implant prostheses in one arch and complete dentures in the upper arch has been the new “standard of care” in oral rehabilitation.Either way, the creation of your smile with dentures offers many opportunities to obtain “the look” you always desired. Your friends should not be able to tell if you had your teeth “done” with veneers or just whitened!
Dental Hygiene (Cleanings)Professional cleanings are an integral component in maintaining your oral and overall health. Other medical issues have been linked with gum tissue disease.
Our hygiene staff is courteous, gentle, knowledgeable, and keep track of all the advancements in their field. For many of our patients who have more routine dental needs (such as cleanings and an occasional filling) or have already had prosthodontic work, hygiene visits are an opportunity to keep tabs on their overall health.
If you have a periodontal specialist monitoring your gum health, we are happy to have you back for yearly inspections and have the periodontal staff do all the cleanings, or alternate hygiene visits between your periodontist and our office. Most periodontists encourage this latter idea.
Bite GuardsOcclusal, or “bite” guards have been used for decades to help relieve patients of pain around the jaw joints and cheek and neck muscles. Grinding and clenching is a common problem for many patients. Most of the damage is occurring at night when we are sleeping and unaware. Occlusal guards are acrylic devices worn at night over the upper teeth. These will allow the lower teeth to glide over the smooth surfaces of the guard and provide relief and stress distribution of the teeth, muscles, and joints.
Lower guards are sometimes worn when patients require protection during the day. The lower guards are easier to wear and function normally. However, their effectiveness in stress distribution does not compare to the upper “night guard” variety.
The “golden rule” is that our teeth should not be touching during the day other than when chewing and swallowing. “Lips together, teeth apart” is the normal rest position of our jaws.
We are now using 3D additive manufacturing, or printing. We are reviewing the clinical advantages of their fit and durability
ObturatorObturation means to “close”. The vast majority of patients needing an obturator have undergone cancer of the mouth. Surgical removal has left an opening between the mouth and nose. Without obturation, speech, chewing, and swallowing are greatly affected. These devices are removable, like a denture or partial, to allow cleaning of the obturator and hygiene of the mouth. A properly made obturator is comfortable, esthetic, and restores these patients to near normal function.
Desktop LaboratoryWe utilize a new concept in the delivery of dental care- the ‘desktop laboratory’. Our laboratory uses a 3D camera to image your mouth instead of making impressions.The CAD software is then used to design your tooth. The restoration is milled out of a block of ceramic while you watch, color characterized to match, and then bonded to your tooth. We are also using this technology to fabricate restorations for local dentists.
Before & After GalleryWe are constantly recording the results from our patients. In this section we have provided a sampling of patients prior to and after our care. In the majority of work shown above, CEREC CAD/CAM crowns were used for restorations used over implants and crowns. These restorations can be made to be extremely life-like! We enjoy the challenge of the most complex and complicated dental problems! Many patients worry that their problems “are the worst”…we are ready for you!
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ROBERT B. STEWART, D.D.S., M.S., P.C.19635 Mack AvenueGrosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236Phone: 313-882-8711
7:30am – 4:00pm
7:30am – 4:00pm
8:30am – 12:30pm
7:30am – 4:00pm
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a prosthodontist?
Prosthodontists are dental specialists trained in the restoration and maintenance of oral function, comfort, appearance, and health by restoring natural teeth that are broken or worn, in addition to the replacement of missing teeth. A small percentage of those dentists trained in prosthodontists go on to become certified by the American Board of Prosthodontists. Dr. Stewart became a prosthodontist in 1990 and completed his board certification in 1995. He received his dental degree from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry and master's degree in prosthodontics at the Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Medicine.
Do you do implants at this office?
Dental implants require planning between the prosthodontist (our office), surgeon, and patient. Our office will educate you and determine the need or usefulness of implants in your situation, direct the dental surgeon in the positioning of the implant(s) in your mouth to meet the intended needs, and then we provide the abutment support and final crown or bridge over the implant. This "team" approach lends itself to the advantageous "checks and balances" approach during your care.
How long does it take?
Integration of your bone to the surface of titanium dental implants varies from 3 to 6 months. This is the typical rate of bone growth and has been scientifically determined from the work done on humans in the late 60's. This "modern" day implant has undergone some slight changes to design of the body and surface, but basically remains unchanged to this day.
How long do I have wait after the implant is placed to have the crown or bridge placed?
With the 40+ years of dental implant experience, the scientific dental community has concluded that implants may be used to support temporary, and in some cases, final crowns and bridges the same day they are placed. Computer-aided guidance and treatment planning has created a more straightforward procedure for the patient. The routine swelling and tenderness has been minimized. Many go back to work after a full day or two of rest.
In other situations, the implants are allowed to heal under the gumline for the traditional 3-6 months. A fixed or removable prosthesis may be indicated during this healing time. The need to have this delayed approach is determined by your "team" to minimize any risks and overall time spent obtaining your objectives.
What's better, a bridge or an implant?
The old standard of cemented bridges to the adjacent teeth is being quickly replaced with dental implants. The reason becomes obvious when considering the balance of advantages and disadvantages with each method.
Dental implants eliminate the need to remove enamel from the neighboring teeth for a bridge, and have advantages of stimulating bone to remain, avoid decay or periodontal disease, and have a "track record" that far outlasts bridges. The disadvantages with implants are they do have one or two surgical procedures. The costs for implant restorations tend to be double the fees of bridges over teeth, however these costs improve over time when considering there is little need to replace them (unlike bridges).
The advantages of bridges are the non-surgical approach (unless a tooth needs removal), the time of treatment is shorter, typically around a month, and bridges may be most conservative if crowns already exist on the adjacent teeth and only need to be removed and replaced with a bridge. Disadvantages with bridges include the unnecessary and permanent removal of enamel of the adjacent supporting teeth, the loss of bone from the missing tooth under the bridge, and the longevity of the restoration depends on the health of either of the supporting teeth (avoiding decay and periodontal disease).
In summary, the implant approach "solves a one tooth problem with a one tooth solution".
Are all crowns the same?
In a word, NO! There are many variations in design and material. Full coverage crowns and partial coverage crowns offer a range of possibilities for your dentist to treat your tooth. For our purposes here, we will consider a "crown" to cover both forms. In addition, there are stainless steel and polymer (plastic) temporary crowns, full-gold crowns, porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns, and all-ceramic crowns. Crowns made in laboratories take time to fabricate and require the patient to wear a temporary crown in the interim. With CEREC ceramic crowns made while you wait, in our office, you avoid the temporary altogether.
The first "modern era" crowns were fabricated from gold alloys. The accuracy of the fit was determined by the accuracy of impression materials to make the "mold". With accuracy improvements with models, full gold crowns became the standard in which all materials would be compared. To make the gold appear like tooth structure, plastic was molded to the gold. This unfortunately resulted in wear and displacement of the plastic, which inspired English investigators to invent methods of fusing porcelain to metal. The "porcelain fused to metal" crowns were, and still are, being used. Their main disadvantages include their abrasiveness to the teeth around them, the brittle nature of porcelain often results in chipping from the metal, they irritate gum tissue when not done properly, and they frequently do not appear natural.
To address the lack of cosmetic predictability of the previous efforts, all ceramic crowns were developed. The task of investigators was to improve the durability of these materials, while maintaining the translucency of the resulting crown. Over several decades, the all-ceramic crown has evolved from hand-stacked porcelain jackets, to laboratory based CAD/CAM (computer-aided design and machining) crowns, to chair side CAD/CAM methods where the patient waits for the final crown in one appointment. CAD/CAM crowns, and their associated ceramic materials, are becoming the new norm. The differences now are whether they are made DURING the appointment or from a laboratory taking two or more appointments.
What are CEREC restorations we see in advertisements?
CEREC is a CHAIR-SIDE FABRICATED ceramic partial or full crown, inlay, onlay, or veneer using CAD/CAM technology. Our office uses the CEREC system (Sirona Dental Systems), which has a "track record" since 1985. Other systems continue to evolve and will eventually gain acceptance. The chair-side technology possess several key advantages over laboratory-based restorations:No impression materials are typically used--impressions and stone models are replaced with a 3D camera to make a "digital model".Sophisticated software is used to create the digital crown (CAD) on the computer as you watch.The restoration is milled (CAM) in as little as 10 minutes using shaded ceramic materials specific for their intended purpose.Further color and shade modifications are made to match the adjacent teeth in your mouth.The final restoration is then seated in less than two hours!
With this technology there is no need to wear temporary crowns, since you leave with the final rendition. Therefore, there is no need for additional appointments to replace lost temporaries, or have a second shot for anesthesia. The accuracy of the digital camera is at the micron level and the gum tissues tolerate these restorations beautifully. The overall appearance of a well-designed ceramic restoration is spectacular!
How long do dental restorations and prostheses last?
Durability of dental restorations has been studied for years and depends on a number of variables that may affect their service longevity. Grinding and clenching, diet, and decay and periodontal disease risks are common patient risk factors. Prosthetic materials are another. Crowns and bridges for example, fail from recurrent decay or fracture and may last, according to research published since the 70's, anywhere from 12-15 years. Partials usually last as long as your natural teeth retaining them do. Any change in the natural teeth retaining partials usually indicates the need for a new partial. Recently with CAD/CAM crowns, the service longevity of partials can be continued while a crown is made "under" the partial. Complete dentures could be relined, however are replaced every 6-10 years depending on the wear of the denture teeth. Occlusal guard durability is variable and depends on the patient's level of grinding or clenching activity. Implant prostheses are variable—however most prostheses supported by implants are expected to last much longer than those supported by natural teeth.
I've heard that some dental offices send their lab work out of the country to be fabricated. Does your office do that?
We fabricate 75% of the prostheses or other restorations in house. The other 25% of the time, the work is sent out to local labs to perform procedures we cannot do in our office. Whether it is the creation of a denture, partial, occlusal guard, bridge, or a crown, we do most, if not all of the work in our office. There has been a trend to "outsource" the work overseas, however we will never be a part of that!
Are dental X-rays necessary?
Yes! Dental radiographs ("x-rays") are an integral part of diagnosing the health of your mouth. The minimal exposure of dental radiographs far outweighs the risks of undiscovered dental diseases. Diagnosis and treatment solutions can be determined more accurately with the additional knowledge obtained from a radiograph. The main question that concerns patients is the exposure of radiation. The modern radiograph is completely safe when used properly.—minimizing exposure with digital sensors, columnated dental units, lead aprons, and ordering radiographs judiciously.
The American Dental Association recommends "bite wing" radiographs every two years and a full-mouth series or panoramic radiograph every five years for responsible dental supervision. We always explain the rationale for radiographs in your situation.
My jaws hurt occasionally. Why?
By far the most common source of pain is the overuse of the muscles around the mouth. Jaw discomfort may come from many sources—injury to the tempormandibular joints (jaw joints or TMJ), overuse of the muscles associated with the lower jaw, or pathology of the tissues around the mouth. Dentists are the first health care professional to consult for jaw pain. The typical patient has periods where they clench or grind their teeth. Pain becomes noticeable with chronic grinding and clenching. Most of the time the patient does not even know this is happening! The solution is to play DEFENSE! Defense comes in the form of nighttime protection with an occlusal guard (a custom designed device from an impression of your mouth), and daytime protection by keeping you teeth apart. The old adage "lips together, teeth apart" makes perfect sense for patients with undiscovered daytime clenching or grinding habits. A smaller percentage of patients will irritate their TM joints with this same activity of overuse. The same treatment of a guard and daytime behavior modification is recommended.
Our office is equipped to provide the highest standards of air quality. We are addressing this aspect of cleanliness with several layers of protection; addressing the air of the entire office with a diode ionizer in the attic air handler, commercial grade HEPA filters / UVC air cleaners for the non-treatment room areas, and ULPA filters in each treatment room.
How do you sterilize instruments?
Strict adherence to patient safety in the handling of dental instruments and equipment is followed. All dental hand-held instruments are sterilized after each use in an autoclave. Dental items used in patient care that cannot be autoclaved have disposable barriers replaced after each patient. Surfaces such as counters, drawers, etc, are disinfected with an approved solution and spray, wipe, and spray technique.
I've heard that the dental unit water lines need special treatment to make the water safe for patients. Do you treat the water?
Yes! All the water lines in all of our dental units are treated for water-born bacteria. The treatment chemistry is obviously safe for drinking. This prevents the growth of bacterial populations on the surfaces of the water lines in the equipment.
What do you do if I have a dental emergency when the office is closed?
Dental emergencies occur at any time—usually Friday night after hours! Patient of record will get priority appointments if the problem is to be managed the next day. Dr. Stewart and staff live locally to the office, so that most times we are available for the various problems we have seen over the years:
Toothache—the management of a toothache often needs direct supervision. Many times this problem could be TEMPORARILY managed with medications until the next day. An x-ray would be taken along with clinical evaluation to determine the proper course of action.
Swelling—the sign of advanced inflammation or possibly infection must be addressed with direct supervision the next morning. Night management for patients of record would be through medications, to allow proper rest for the patient.
Filling out—typically the loss of a filling will not produce acute pain. The filling should be either replaced or another restoration recommended depending on the extent of the injury. Most patients experience the aggravation of food packing between the teeth after a meal. This will hurt the gum tissue, and is remedied temporarily by flossing, until an appointment can be scheduled.
Broken tooth—depending on the symptoms and whether we have the social embarrassment of a front tooth involved, priority treatment will be given. Broken back teeth will be addressed as needed. Often smoothing the sharp areas of the fractured tooth area the next morning will suffice until a restorative appointment can be scheduled. Sometimes a root canal is needed and this will be supervised by an endodontist if the patient does not have a general dentist that performs this type of treatment.
Broken denture or partial—this again will be managed on a priority basis. Please call and leave a message to obtain the first available emergency appointment. Weekend occurrences will be handled on an individual basis—starting with a phone call to Dr. Stewart. We aim to avoid any social setbacks!
How do you expect payment?
Payment for services are to be made on the day the treatment is rendered. Our specialty office is routinely involved in complicated and extensive dental treatment plans. The nature of prosthodontics is treating the most complex dental problems. Consequently, costs become significant. Treatment is typically organized in phases, so that payments are also organized in phases. You will know what your ultimate responsibilities are before any treatment is started. It is important to understand that phases are used to allow for healing, preparation, or fabrication of restorations. When the first phase is started, it is assumed that all phases will be completed as outline at the treatment planning stage.
Do you offer a payment plan?
Yes! Your option for payments is through CARE CREDIT®, a health care credit card that you apply for individually. They have several options, including interest free and low interest plans. We can offer all the help you need to begin this application. It is very easy!
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes! Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
Since I have dental insurance, I won't need to pay for my dental work, right?
Your responsibility is payment of the agreed upon fees at the point of service. Our responsibility is to make sure your treatment is done properly according to customary specialty standards. Our office will fill out all your insurance claims and send them in at the time the treatment is provided. You will receive direct payment from your dental insurance carrier according to the coverage amount. We expect payment from you at the time of the service, with the exception of a pre-arranged agreement on a patient-by-patient basis. The difference in the payment you receive from your insurance carrier and what you paid our office is your out-of-pocket cost of that care. Please be prepared to furnish your current dental insurance card and understand your dental benefits.
Frequently Asked Questions
I have been a patient of Dr. Robert Stewart since 1994. He is a gifted prosthodontist. My beautiful smile can attest to his passion and commitment to his profession. He is a perfectionist and the outcome is a work of art. His office presents a pleasant upscale homey, clean atmosphere, consistent staff, state of the art dental equipment headed by a genuine approachable down to earth professional who truly cares about his patients.
- C.P. Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
I recently had to undergo some major prosthodontic work and can say that my experience with Dr. Stewart and his team was nothing short of fantastic! After deciding what plan to pursue, Dr. Stewart and his team put together a complete schedule of work planned, carefully and meticulously explaining everything to me, made sure I understood and was comfortable with the plan. Dr. Stewart and his team were great with their professionalism, compassion and care with me. The best way I know how to show my appreciation is to thank them all for giving me back the confidence to laugh out loud again and unconsciously smile at every opportunity.
- Truly satisfied patient, M.Z. St. Clair Shores, MI
The best dental office I know. Thank you.
- E.F. Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
I am not only impressed with Dr. Stewart’s “technical” skills, but also his inter-person mannerisms. My daughter is mentally challenged and Dr. Stewart and his staff have consistently and naturally shown nothing but respect and love towards her. They have never shortchanged her or her treatment. As a patient, he gave me the opportunity to input my desires into the outcome. He never told me “This is how it will be done”. The staff has always been professional, friendly and as accommodating as possible.
- G.F. Clinton Twp., MI
In my opinion, Dr. Stewart is an outstanding dentist. He is probably one of the best in the business. He combines skill, artistry, and personality to create a pleasant dental experience that yields great results. His office is clean and stylish. His staff is friendly and efficient. And to top it all off, his shots don’t hurt. I have been going to the dentist since I was five years old and Dr. Stewart is the best dentist I have ever had. I highly recommend him. He makes the most natural looking teeth you will ever see.
- S.R. Detroit, MI
Following extensive oral cancer surgery, I was fortunate to engage the services of Dr. Robert Stewart. My very first visit to his office convinced me he was what I had hoped to find. His entire staff could not be more accommodating and pleasant. The office is cheerful and spotlessly clean. Dr. Stewart admitted my situation presented a challenge for him. Although he never promised me a miracle, he said he would do his very best to bring a satisfactory result. Thus far, I couldn’t be happier!
Kudos to Dr. Stewart and his dedicated staff!
- C.S. Grosse Pointe Woods, MI
As a long-time patient, I am continually impressed with Dr. Stewart, both as a caring practitioner who always takes the time to fully explain all procedures and options, as well as his thorough knowledge of the latest advances in the field of dentistry. This is a very professional practice in every way, demonstrated by the extremely knowledgeable, friendly and dependable staff, as well as the warm and inviting office décor, all of which make for a reliably comfortable experience.
- C.K. Grosse Pointe Woods, MI
I have been a patient of Dr. Stewart and his staff for a very long time. I like that Dr. Stewart is practicing all the latest technologies, such as getting a crown in a day. He always makes sure you are not in any pain. His excellent staff are very friendly and accommodating. I can actually say I like going to the dentist.
- D.M. Clinton Twp., MI
Dr. Stewart has blended the best of training, technology, equipment, and staff into an outstanding dental office. He is always looking ahead to emerging technologies while insuring they are ready for real world use. I have trusted him and his team’s intelligence, judgment, and skill for the past 36 years.
- P.W. Grosse Pointe, MI
DR. STEWART IS THE BEST. HE HAS COMPASSION. HE IS INFORMATIVE. HE IS PAINLESS.
- M.G. Shelby Twp., MI
We never had a bad experience. The staff was always helpful and professional. Dr. Stewart is very kind and patient with Mom. I saw him help an elderly lady walk across the hall and he carried her purse for her. Everyone here strives for perfection. Keep up the excellent work. We will keep coming back.
- P. A. and B. D. Chesterfield Twp., MI
Thank you for all your time, care, patience, and the great smile you gave my Mom. The quality of care from you and your staff is outstanding.
I like that the office is clean, well-appointed, and makes me feel at ease upon entry. The reading material is up to date as well. My partials are comfortable and make my smile look good. I’m happy with the entire experience!
- G.M. Grosse Pointe, MI
Superior service and staff- always accommodating. Staff consistently been with practice for many years speaks for practice both from employee standpoint and patient. I have been a patient for 38 years!