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08/10/2017
By: Edward M.
Michigan Dental Group
Always on time, no waiting. Up to date on best current dental practices. I also love the new location.
07/12/2016
By: Allie S.
Dale R. Sweeney DDS, MS
The staff is friendly while staying professional. The waiting room is well decorated and clean. Always leave in a good mood!
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09/01/2015
By: Kathe T.
Michigan Dental Group
Dr. Andrea Robbins Margeas is a superior dentist. She is kind, compassionate, and the best painless "shot giver" I have ever had! She put veneers on my teeth which look so natural no one would ever know! I'm very satisfied with her work.
05/28/2014
By: Angela R.
George E Tache DDS
My son loves it here, he even hugged Dr. Tache
12/10/2012
By: christatti
Colleen Guillat DDS
Great place if you're looking for a new dentist. Like the comment above, I would absolutely recommend Debbie!
10/30/2012
By: michelle.corsich
Colleen Guillat DDS
My family has been going to this office since it opened. If you want to have fun while getting your teeth cleaned ask for Debbie- she is great <3
12/06/2010
By: jessrose
Anthony Szyndlar Family Dentistry
Dr. Szyndlar is retired and the practice has two new doctors, Dr. Hengehold and Dr. Parrott. Both dentists are very gentle and friendly. I highly recommend going to Family Dentists.
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