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Dentists and Other Healthcare Providers in Rochester, MI 48307, 48307

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48307 Dentists
43230 Garfield Road
Clinton Twp, MI 48038
Within 12 miles
I came here 2 months ago as one of my molars broke on some ciabatta bread :(. Anyway, I ended up needing that tooth extracted, and as I hadn't been to the dentist in 10 years, I needed a lot of work done. I've had a bunch of stuff done since visiting, (3 fillings, 1 root canal/core/crown, the initial surgical extraction, a debridement and cleaning), and my mouth is in better shape than it has been in a very long time. I can't compare her to other dentists since it's been so long, but one of the best things about Dr. Rashmi, is that she keeps you very informed. It helps a lot to know what is happening, why it's happening, and when something is going to sound bad, but be alright. She also makes sure that you're comfortable and that it's not painful. Some protips since I've gone to the dentist so much recently. 1) Go now, save what you can before you can't save it. One of my molars was quite broken, yet we were able to save it, and that's great because the only other option would have been extraction, and either not having the tooth, or getting a dental implant (which costs considerably more than a root canal/core/crown). 2) Be happy when you go to the dentist, you're taking care of something important and your life will be improved for it, car dance to music on your way to the office, sing a long, and be happy. 3) The tooth colored fillings are amazing, definitely worth it, I like them a lot more than my amalgam, unless you tell someone(which is a weird topic of conversation to strike up), nobody would know your tooth was filled. 4) Don't tongue around your teeth that are being filled, that can be somewhat scary, just wait till it's all over and you'll be fine. Lastly, you're reading this, that means you need to go to the dentist, and it just so happens that I've informed you of a great dentist in the area, so don't make an excuse, book your appointment now!