The best way to avoid coming in for more procedures is to take steps to prevent decay now.
Gentle & Compassionate Family Dental Care
The dentists and staff at our Grandville dentist office put patients first. As soon as you walk through our doors, we make every effort to relieve any anxiety you may feel about going to the dentist so you can feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
We believe in pain-free dentistry, which means we offer free access to nitrous oxide. Nitrous oxide is a safe, quick-acting gas that helps manage any pain or anxiety you may be feeling. Our Grandville dentists and their staff have experience working with patients that range from small children to seniors.
Our previous facility was no longer able to accommodate our growth, so we built and moved into a new facility. We treat everyone with the same respect and kindness we would give our own friends and family. Our family dentists, dental hygienists, and staff are not going to rush appointments just to process people faster, which is why you can count on us to always provide quality dental care. If you are interested in becoming one of our new patients, contact us here or call our Grandville dental practice directly at (616) 534-0080.
You are important to us. You’re not a product. You’re a person. A person with feelings.
Our Grandville dentists strive to care for all of your dental health needs. Our desire to offer our patients comprehensive oral health care remains strong — from cleanings and fillings to whitening and veneers to crowns and dentures — we are here to serve you!
When you come to us, you’ll be treated like a person. Your warm, friendly experience won’t end after the reception area. It won’t end after the introduction. In fact, you’ll soon feel so comfortable you won’t even know you’re in a dentist office.
Dr. Palmer is a graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry, where she earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2005. Dr. Palmer is a gentle practitioner with a special skill for working with children and patients that are anxious about their dental visits.read more
Dr. Amy Harmon grew up in Grand Rapids, MI where she attended Catholic Central High School. She then continued on as a member of the women’s tennis team at The University of Detroit Mercy. Dr. Harmon obtained her dental degree in 2012 from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.read more
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