Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, specifically designed to address your dental care queries. Here, we provide detailed responses to common questions about dental treatments, oral hygiene practices, and patient care protocols. Our goal is to deliver concise, accurate, and useful information to help you understand and manage your dental health effectively. Whether you have questions about a specific dental procedure or seek advice on daily oral care, this resource is tailored to support your dental well-being.

How often should I schedule a dental check-up?

At least every 6 months is typical to maintain a healthy smile, although your dental professional may recommend more frequent intervals depending on the state of your oral health.

Can Michigan Smile Team help with cosmetic dental concerns?

We offer composite bonding, veneers, whitening, and other services to improve your aesthetics and confidence

Does Michigan Smile Team offer sedation for dental work?

Nitrous oxide and local anesthesia are offered to maximize patient comfort, we do not offer IV sedation

Can I get a dental exam?

Yes, please contact our office or schedule a free consultation by calling (586) 254-3860

I don’t have insurance. What are my options to pay for dental work?

We offer an in-office insurance plan for patients to receive discounts on services as well as preventative services like cleanings, exams, radiographs, etc. Other third-party options are available like Care Credit

How can the team at Michigan Smile Team make me feel less anxious about my visit?

Nitrous oxide and local anesthesia are offered for maximum patient comfort, patient education, and effective communication are consistent through each appointment

Does Michigan Smile Team accept insurance plans?

Yes, we participate with ADN, Aetna, Ameritas, BCBS, Careington, Cigna, Delta, Guardian, Humana, Metlife, Principal, Sunlife, United Concordia, United Healthcare.

Are emergency dental services available at Michigan Smile Team?

Yes, root canal therapy, extractions, fillings, and crowns can be treated same day

How can I improve my at-home oral care routine?

Brushing twice a day and flossing once a day is key to maintaining good oral health

What sets Michigan Smile Team apart from other dental practices in the area?

Our state-of-the-art technology and our motivation to make sure our patients’ needs are our top priority. MI Smile Team strives to be collaborative, well-versed, and patient-care oriented.

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