876 E. Eighth Street
Traverse City, MI 49696

ph: 231-947-6483

email: drtracydds@yahoo.com


Services We Provide

  • Extractions
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Sealants
  • Dentures
  • Cosmetic Dentistry – Teeth Whitening
  • Mercury Free Fillings
  • Complete Dental Care for Adults and Children
  • Nitrous Oxide Gas
  • Emergencies Seen Promptly
  • Relaxing, Friendly Atmosphere
  • Most insurances billed for you

Our service emphasizes its devotion to providing family dentistry, and we maintain this reputation with our family oriented care. This means that we will cater to all of your family members, from children requiring oral surgery to elders requiring full or partial dentures. As always, our staff will try their hardest to ensure that your visit goes by smoothly and pleasantly. We are always more than willing to answer your questions or to take suggestions, because here at our office we constantly strive to improve all aspects of our practice.

Our preventive oriented care is backed up with the newest techniques and facilities available in the modern field of dentistry. When we are not spending time and attention on valuable patients, we are researching new technologies and procedures, and determining whether or not our patients will benefit from their usage. If we decide to incorporate a new tool, then we’ll perform thorough research on safety and train ourselves accordingly, in order to ensure that these new techniques are completely safe for our patients.

Patient 1: This patient didn’t like the way her lateral and canine looked. She really wanted to straighten them, but didn’t want to have braces. By putting crowns on those teeth, we were able to make them look nicer and “straighten” them without braces.

Patient 2: She didn’t like the way her front tooth looked. It was discolored due to trauma. We did a porcelain crown for her.

Patient 3: She had to have two root canals on her discolored front tooth and the one next to it (her lateral incisor). We did two porcelain crowns on those teeth.

Patient 4: He knocked out his lateral and central incisors in an accident. His other front tooth got chipped in the process. Two implants were placed and he wore a flipper while they healed. We prepped his other central and lateral for crowns, which you can see the temporary crowns. The after picture shows the two implants restored with crowns and the other two teeth with porcelain crowns.

Patient 5: She didn’t like the gap between her two front teeth. We filled in the gap with composite filling.

"Behind every tooth there is person."
- Author Unknown
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