Mid-Michigan Dental Excellence is a family dental practice in Mt. Pleasant, MI. For more than 10 years, Dr. Thomas J. McDonald and his dental team have been providing general dentistry, restorative work, cosmetic treatments, and more to central Michigan. Our goal is to help you get that winning smile you’ve always dreamed of, and with our combination of modern technology and patient-focused dentistry, we can do just that.
Modern Office With Modern Technology
You deserve the latest advances in dentistry, which is why we have invested in modern technology for our Mt. Pleasant, MI dental office. Our X-rays are digital, giving more accurate results with less radiation. We have a DIAGNOdent system that uses a low-powered laser to detect cavities that might otherwise go untreated. Our CEREC system uses computerized, three-dimensional imaging with a special in-house mill to create beautiful veneers and dental crowns right here. That means no waiting for weeks while a lab makes them — your CEREC crown and veneers can be placed the same day they are made.
Commitment To Patient-Focused Dentistry
Since our goal is to give you a winning smile, we focus on you. When we make recommendations for treatment, we don’t focus on something new just because it’s new. We also make sure to think about the cost of your treatments and promise to recommend what you need, not what we think you can afford. But we also take the time to get to know you. We greet our patients by their first names, and when it’s time for an exam, we review your whole health history. After all, your teeth are the window to your whole body’s health. And learning about your health can help us better understand any possible dental problems.
Giving Back To Our Community
But we are more than just about giving you a winning smile. We work, live, and play in Michigan, and we love the people here. There really is no place quite like Michigan. That’s why we participate in the Free Dental Day program. On a special day (normally in September), we offer free dental care to the first 100 people who are unable to pay for needed dental work for themselves and/or their family members. This is our way of giving back to the Michigan communities we call home.