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Your Peace of Mind in the Dental Chair

“It was my first time being put to sleep for any procedure, and I normally would have been scared to death. However, Dr. john and Dr. Greenfield’s staff made me feel very comfortable and relaxed. The entire procedure went very quickly and efficiently. I am absolutely amazed that I felt very minimal pain over my recovery period. (I wouldn’t even mind doing it again!) Dr. Carolyn John is an amazing oral surgeon! I have already recommended her to several people looking to have their wisdom teeth removed. If anyone out these is reading this and worried about extractions, come to Dr. Greenfield’s office! You will not be disappointed!”- Lake Orion Family Dentistry Patient, Ally Jones

National Flossing Day

First and foremost, Dr. Brad Greenfield and the Lake Orion Family Dentistry team want to wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving! We hope your holiday was filled with lots of friends and family, a cornucopia of delicious food, and lots of smiles.

New and Improved!

Take a look at our website at www.lkorionfamdent.com. Notice anything different?

You should! The Lake Orion Family Dentistry website is new and improved, and Dr. Brad Greenfield and our team are excited to give you the tour.

Dental Health During the Teenage Years

Many teenagers think that being healthy just refers to their physical condition. The truth, the teenage years are crucial to overall growth and development. It’s often said that the brain you have when you’re an adult is wired when you’re a teenager. Dental health is liked closely with overall health and well being, so receiving quality dental care as a teenager can contribute to a foundation for lifelong health.

Lake Orion Family Dentistry Does a Little Fall Cleaning!

On Halloween, we dressed up like maids and had a little fun while getting work done in our dental office. We scrubbed and cleaned the office from top to bottom to make it sparkly, shiny, and spotless- kind of like when we clean your smile!

How Do Taste Buds Work?

Did you know you have taste buds on the roof of your mouth? You actually have over 10,000 of the little guys to help you sense salty, sweet, bitter, sour, and savory foods!