Dentists in Dearborn Michigan

As a local dentist here in Dearborn Michigan. Newman Family Dental. has been serving the community for more than 50 years.

When choosing a dentist, you want to be assured of friendly service and very well trained and educated dental staff.  At Newman Family Dental, we understand there are many factors to be considered when people are choosing a dentist. Our dentists have been trained at the top schools in the world, and have the experience to treat most dental problems or cosmetic procedures without having to go to different offices and specialists.  We can whiten your teeth, pull a tooth, fix a filling, clean your teeth and even provide a same-day crown all at our office in Dearborn.

If you are looking for a dentist in Dearborn that specializes in dental implants, this specialty service is performed at our office as well. We can also remove impacted wisdom teeth!

 

We’re Here to Serve Your Dental Needs in Dearborn Michigan

Much more than a general dentist in Dearborn, Newman Family Dental provides all services needed at our office. This allows you to get everything done properly at the same locations, without having to be referred to another location. We even have our own denture lab, so patients do not have to wait extended periods for relines and repairs.

 

Many people who have dentures do not know they need to be repaired?

When dentures begin to fit loosely or drop in your mouth regularly, your dentures need to be relined.

 

People do not know wisdom teeth can erupt after braces are placed?

When this happens, there may not be enough space within your mouth and, you will likely have to have a new retainer made or have the wisdom teeth removed. Additionally, people who don’t wear their retainer like they are supposed to, often believe braces do not work. But this is incorrect and could be a complication of erupted wisdom tooth shifting your teeth.

 

Did you know you should be replacing your toothbrush every 3 months?

Because of the pressure that you apply while brushing, the brush’s bristles fray and no longer reach the gum line, cracks, and crevices of the teeth. Your toothbrush should be thoroughly rinsed in hot water after every use. If you have been sick, it should be thrown out and replaced with a new toothbrush.

We have many other tips to help keep you smiling. Give us a call for a general cleaning or if you are experiencing any discomfort or pain in your mouth or jaw. 

Our team of dentists are ready to provide you and your family with the care that you deserve.

If you just moved to the area or are new to the area and need to find a reliable dentist, periodontist, or oral surgeon, we would love to talk with you about your dental needs. We are also well versed in insurance and patient billing.