In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center for Family Health’s Dental Clinic is only seeing patients who have emergency dental needs. The American Dental Association has defined what is emergency dental care and what is routine care.
The Center never turns a patient away due to inability to pay.
Call (517) 748-5500 for an appointment at the Center’s Dental Clinic NOW if you have any of these needs for emergency dental care:
- Bleeding in your mouth that doesn’t stop.
- Painful swelling in or around your mouth.
- Pain in a tooth, teeth or jawbone.
- Gum infection with pain or swelling.
- After dental surgery treatment (dressing change, stitch removal).
- Broken or knocked-out tooth.
- Dental adjustment for people receiving radiation or other treatment for cancer.
- Snipping or adjusting wire of braces that hurts your cheek or gums.
- Biopsy of abnormal tissue.
Routine Dental visits that you can reschedule for another time:
- Regular visits, exams and X-rays.
- Regular visits for braces.
- Removal of teeth that are not painful.
- Treatment of cavities that aren’t painful.
- Tooth whitening.
Center for Family Health’s Dental Clinic is located across the street from the Center’s downtown facility at 500 N. Jackson St. The Dental Clinic parking lot can be accessed from Trail Street.
In order to ensure the safety of both our patients and staff during the Coronavirus pandemic, our dental office is seeing patients with dental emergencies by appointment only. If you are experiencing a dental problem, please call (517) 748-5500 to speak with one of our dental providers. We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Some procedures have a lab fee that must be paid up front. You will be informed of any additional charges that you may be responsible for prior to any procedure