Are you a nervous patient? Are you looking for a reliable dentist for your family? Are you considering cosmetic dentistry for that cracked tooth or crooked smile? Look no further than Drs. Allen and Michael Berman, a father-son dental team working in the Plymouth, MI area. We pride ourselves on a relaxed environment for all dental procedures.
In an abundance of caution for our staff, patients and our community, Berman Family Dentistry will be closed until May 4, per the recommendation of the American Dental Association and the Office of the Governor. For patients who have appointments scheduled this week, you will be contacted to reschedule. For dental emergencies, please reach out to Dr. Michael or Dr. Allen at home. We deeply apologize for this inconvenience, but our main priority is to ensure the safety and wellness of our community. Stay safe and healthy everybody!
Drs. Allen and Michael Berman are dedicated to taking the best possible care of your family’s oral health. With over 30 years of experience, we will help you achieve the smile you have always wanted. Call us today to schedule your appointment.
For more than 30 years, we have been committed to providing the best in dental care. Our extensive knowledge and experience allows us to focus on dental services that best suit your specific needs. From Invisalign and veneers to general dentistry services, we can handle it all. Call us today to schedule your first visit!Read More
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