UPDATE: Office Closed Through April 30th

EDITED April 2, 2020: Our office will be closed through at least April 30th for non-essential or elective procedures. The closure may be longer based upon when the state of the emergency is lifted for Michigan. (Expanded Emergency and Disaster Declaration – Executive Order No. 2020-33). _________________________________________________________ On Monday, March 23, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer instituted…

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Family Laser & Cosmetic Dentistry Closing Tuesday, March 17th – Tuesday, March 31st As Advised By the MDA & ADA

Dr. Mansour and your team of dental professionals at Family Laser & Cosmetic Dentistry take your health very seriously. On Monday, March 16th, the Michigan Dental Association strongly advised all dental offices close beginning March 17th for at least two weeks to patients seeking preventative and elective care and limiting treatment to emergency care only.…

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Health Update Regarding COVID-19 / Coronavirus

Dear Patients, Dr. Mansour & our highly trained team of dental health professionals consider the safety and health of you, your family, and our staff our highest priority. With the recent developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to assure you that our office is taking every precaution and practicing the highest level of cleanliness,…

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Dentists Are Key To Your Good Health

Brushing, flossing, and taking care of your oral and dental health at home is key to keeping your teeth strong. But you don’t have to go it alone. With a good dentist in your corner, you have a skilled professional health care provider to support and care for your good health. National Dentist Day is…

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A Healthy Smile Has Its Benefits

We here at Family Laser & Cosmetic Dentistry pay attention to smiles – we work to help you keep teeth plaque and cavity-free, gumlines healthy and promote good dental habits. But in addition to good physical health, a healthy smile can also have a positive effect on your mental health. Relax, Smiling Is Good For…

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Caring For Baby’s Teeth Right From The Start

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Your baby’s teeth may be temporary but they are an important part of your child’s dental development. Even before those cute little teeth have broken through, they require tender loving care to support good gum and dental health. Caring For Baby’s Teeth Babies and young children can have tooth decay just like the rest of…

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Heart Disease & Oral Health

How Oral Health And Heart Disease Are Connected Courtesy of Colgate.com It’s increasingly common to hear that oral health is vital for overall health. More than 80 percent of Americans, for example, are living with periodontal or gum disease, which often goes undiagnosed. This may be because the patient’s teeth feel fine, so he avoids…

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Caring For Your Child’s Baby Teeth

New parents love all of those baby “firsts” – a welcome first smile, a sweet gurgling first laugh, and a tiny first tooth! From the initial appearance of that very first tooth to all the baby teeth that will pop up over the next few years, you will want to support your child by teaching…

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Don’t Throw Shade On Groundhog Teeth

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Puksawtawney Phil, it’s your moment in the sun… or shade! February 2nd is Groundhog Day and whether your a fan of this weather-predicting rodent or take more of Bill Murray’s approach to the annual spotlight placed on this famous character, take a minute to bite into some fun facts about this critter. Toothy Facts For…

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Achoo! Winter Weather & Dental Health

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‘Tis the season to be sneezin’! It’s cold and flu season and staying healthy often takes a conscious effort this time of year. Keeping your mind on your mouth in the winter weather is one more great way to keep the germs at bay! Enjoy these tips from the American Dental Association for keeping your…

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