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December 13, 2011

Southfield, MI – Mini Dental Implants by Dr. Solomon

Mini Dental Implants

In a time when computer chips are getting smaller yet faster everyday, dental technology is keeping pace. Mini dental implants, perhaps the width of a toothpick, are now available from many cosmetic dentists. A mini dental implant or MDI, is used to stabilize dentures or a single tooth replacement.

Using a special drill, the MDI’s are inserted into the gums and the dentures or false tooth simply snaps on to the implant ensuring that they will not slip or cause discomfort while eating, talking or in other activities. The procedure itself is painless and easy to perform. It typically requires only one visit and is usually much cheaper than conventional methods. The implants enhance the ability of dentures to perform as normal teeth would by giving them a more solid base.

It is usually not necessary to receive a new set of dentures as most existing dentures and false teeth can be retrofitted to be inline with MDI’s.

This procedure is relatively new and cutting edge. But is now available at our office and if you think Mini Dental Implants can help enhance your smile, give us a call today!

Implant Supported Dentures in Southfield Michigan

Implant Supported Dentures

Do you currently wear dentures, but are tired of the hassle and fuss?  Are you considering dentures as a replacement option?  We would like to let you know about a new denture design: implant-supported dentures.  Because they are more comfortable and secure, they alleviate some of the issues found with regular dentures which means you spend less time worrying about your smile and more time enjoying life!

What Is It?
Typically, implant-supported dentures are made for the lower jaw because dentures tend to be less stable in this area, while dentures for the upper jaw usually do not require this added stability.  However, implant-supported dentures can be made for either areas of the mouth and are easily removable.
The dentures are made with an acrylic base to look like the gums of your mouth with porcelain or acrylic teeth attached to look like natural teeth.

The Implant Process
Implants, used to support the denture are placed in the jawbone at the front of your mouth.  The number of implants needed to support the denture varies based on individual factors, which we can discuss with you in a consultation.
The time frame to complete the implant process also depends on many factors.  The shortest time frame from the implant process to placement of the denture is approximately five months for the lower jaw and seven months for the upper jaw.  However, in some cases the entire process could take up to a year or more.

What Can You Expect From Your Implant-Supported Denture?
Initially you will notice first how much more stable the implant-supported denture is versus a regular denture.  You will also have an easier time speaking with less worrying about the denture coming loose and falling out of your mouth as well.  Generally, you are also able to eat foods that you could not eat before, with exception to hard or sticky foods that can cause damage to the denture.

With upper jaw implant-supported dentures, you will also notice the more natural feel because the denture will no longer need to cover the roof of your mouth.

Contact us today to find out more about implant-supported dentures and to schedule a consultation.

All-on-4: Treatment Concept for Edentulous Arches

All-on-4: Treatment Concept for Edentulous Arches

The All-on-4 treatment was developed to provide edentulous patients with an efficient and effective restoration. The reason why the treatment is so effective is because it only uses four implants – two straight implants in the anterior and two angled implants in the posterior – to support a provisional, fixed and immediately loaded full-arch prosthesis. Because of the concept’s innovative and smart approach to technology, the All-on-4 treatment provides many benefits for the patients:

  • Angled posterior implants help avoid relevant anatomical structures, can be anchored in better quality anterior bone and offer improved support of the prosthesis by reducing cantilevers
  • Angled posterior implants help eliminate the need for bone grafting by increasing bone-to-implant contact
  • Final restoration with fixed or removable prosthetic solutions
  • Efficient treatment flow results in shorter treatment times and improved patient satisfaction
  • All-on-4 Guide for accurate placement of implants and abutments
  • Can be combined with the computer-aided diagnostics and treatment concept NobelGuide

All-on-4: Digital treatment planning and guided surgery with NobelGuide

NobelGuide is the ideal treatment concept for All-on-4, because it optimizes implant placement by means of 3D diagnostics, digital treatment planning and guided surgery with a surgical template.

Based on 3D (CB) CT diagnostic imaging of the patient and a radiographic guide, virtual implant placement following prosthetic-driven planning can be performed within the NobelGuide Software, ensuring high diagnostic accuracy and safe and predictable implant placement. Through controlled and customizable angulation of the dental reslice planes, the titled posterior implants are also ideally positioned.

After planning the case in NobelGuide Software, the surgical template can be ordered online. The template enables guided implant site preparation and precise and efficient implant insertion, which minimizes patient pain and swelling. It can also be used to create a stone model with implant replicas already in place before surgery.

Southfield, MI Dentist Dr. Jeffrey Solomon Creates Beautiful Smiles Using Dental Implants

Dr. Jeffrey Solomon of Signature Smiles in Southfield, MI Creates Beautiful Smiles Using Dental Implants

Your teeth were designed to last a lifetime, but sometimes they don’t! Replacing missing teeth is important to your general health and to the health of your other teeth. Not only do you lose chewing ability when a tooth is lost, but unreplaced teeth can cause other teeth to be lost, tipped or crowded and create subsequent problems. Also, there are the obvious problems of poor appearance and loss of self-esteem caused by one or more missing teeth.

Dental implants should always be considered as an option to replace a failing or missing tooth. Replacement of lost teeth with dental implants has been used for treating missing teeth for more than 50 years and is recognized as an effective treatment choice. Treatment is Considered more predictable than bridgework, resin bonded bridges and endodontic treatment.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are substitutes for the roots of missing teeth. They act as an anchor for a replacement tooth or “crown” or a set of replacement teeth.
Am I a candidate for a dental implant?

Implant patients are of all ages and implants may be the right choice for anyone missing one or more or even all of their teeth due to injury, disease or decay. They are especially practical for patients who can no longer wear removable dentures. Your dentist can determine if you are a candidate for dental implants after a careful evaluation of your dental and medical history.

Are there different kinds of implants?

There are many shapes, sizes and brands of implants available. Your AAID credentialed implant dentist will know which implant is the right one for you.

Do I have enough bone?

It is important for a patient to have enough bone to support the implant. If you do not have enough bone, there are many safe and effective ways to correct bone deficiency. Your dentist will assess this and advise you if additional bone material is needed.
Will this take a long time?

Treatment time can vary greatly depending on your needs. Each situation needs a separate evaluation; your AAID dentist will be able to give you an approximate timetable.

Whom should I consult for my implant treatment?

Your general dentist is your first resource for this service. The key is the implant dentist’s training, experience and credentials. AAID credentialed dentists include general dentists, periodontists, prosthodontists and oral surgeons who perform the surgical and/or restorative procedures.

More About Dental Implants
Thanks to the field of oral implantology, or dental implants, a new standard of care has emerged and teeth can now be restored for both functionality and aesthetics. Dental implants can also help people with increased chewing capacity, and improved speech in addition to their appearance.

Tooth loss can result in shrinkage of gums and jawbones, and up until recently there were many folks with partial tooth loss who could not live normally. Dental implants and oral rehabilitation has opened the doors and mouths with increased treatment possibilities for many patients. Let’s face it – we need our teeth for chewing functionality and to eat, not just for looks.
Dental implants rely on the bone for support and are substitutes for natural tooth roots. If you are missing one or more of your natural teeth, oral implants might be the right solution for you. The chance for implants to integrate can for example be jeopardized by the presence of intra-oral bacteria and inflammatory reactions. People with adequate bone level and density who are not prone to infection and can maintain the best oral hygiene would be good candidates for dental implants.

There are varying types of implants that are available but the basic definition is that it is a device, or fixture, that is surgically placed into the jaw bone to replace one or several lost roots of teeth. Dental implants are designed to replace the root of a tooth. Implants are the surgically placed part which goes either into, or sits on top of the jawbone, while the actual tooth or teeth that go on top of the implant(s) are referred to as the prosthesis.

There are basically two distinct phases to the implant procedure, including a surgical phase, and a prosthetic phase. The surgical phase includes all that’s concerned with getting the implant into or onto the bone and getting it ready for the prosthetic phase. The prosthetic phase includes putting a single tooth or teeth on top of the implant(s). After the implant is placed into the jaw bone, a process that is called “osseointegration” allows the bone to grow and tighten around it. This process takes a few months, but after it has integrated with the bone successfully, the next phase can begin.
The second procedure includes a metal attachment that is placed to the implant onto which the final restoration replaces the missing tooth. Once the third part or the crown is screwed onto the abutment, the dental implant is complete.

If you are missing one or more of your natural teeth, no matter what age you are, dental implants may be your best solution. They are a long-lasting and pleasing alternative to missing teeth.

Types of Dental Implants

There are 5 basic types of dental implants available and the type chosen for a particular patient depends upon a number of factors. The size and condition of the patient’s natural jawbone is probably the main factor and of course no two patients are the same. Some jawbones can be wide and deep and others narrow and shallow with many variations in between.

The most commonly used material used for implants is the inert metal titanium because it has been found to fuse well with live bone tissue in the jawbone. This fusion process is known as ”osseointegration”. The highly skilled work of inserting implants is carried out by a perodontist or oral surgeon who operates from within a hospital environment or more likely from a private clinic.

Root Form Implants

As the name suggests, root form implants resemble the root of a tooth but are formed like a self-tapping screw which gives it a good surface area for maximum fusion to the living bone. It is inserted by screwing the implant into a hole previously drilled into the jawbone or into the cavity left from an extraction. The implant then acts as a root or foundation for a new prosthetic crown. However, this type of implant can only be used if there is sufficient width and depth to the jawbone. Sometimes it is necessary to graft additional bone to the jawbone before dental implants can be considered.

Plate Form Implants

If there is insufficient live bone structure because the jawbone is too narrow or not deep enough then plate form implants is another option the perodontist will consider. This takes the form of a long narrow strip of titanium which is inserted between the jawbone and the gum and will fuse with the jawbone giving a foundation for a number of new prosthetic crowns if required. Sometimes it may also be necessary to graft additional bone if the jawbone is in a poor condition before the implant can be inserted.

Subperiosteal Implants

Subperiosteal implants are an option used where the condition of the jawbone is such that an insert is not possible and a bone graft is not feasible. The jawbone is exposed and a mould impression taken from which the subperiosteal implant is created and placed on top of the jawbone under the gum and fusion takes place between the jawbone and the subperiosteal implant. Sometimes a CAT scan is taken of the patient”s jaw which then allows the subperiosteal implant to be made without first exposing the jawbone which would otherwise require a two stage surgical operation.

Artificial Bone Substitute

This is a synthetic material which has similar properties to natural bone and will cling to the live jawbone and grow like real bone. This type of implant is usually used as a foundation for dentures.

Endosteal Implants

Endosteal implants are similar to subperiosteal in that they are moulded or shaped to fit in a cavity in the jaw rather than sit on top of the jaw.

This article is intended only to give a very basic outline of the types of dental implants considered by the perodontist or oral surgeon. Sometimes a variation or combination of the types described may be used but it is important that if you are considering this type of dental treatment that you consult your dentist or a periodontist to establish what is the most suitable type of treatment for your unique situation.

November 17, 2011

See What Our Patients Are Saying About Signature Smiles, Lathrup Village MI

Here at Signature Smiles we are constantly creating new ways to better serve our patients.  Nothing is more important to us than our patient’s overall total satisfaction.  We are consistently asking our patients what we are doing right, and what areas would like to see improved.  As you can see from our patient post appointment surveys and video testamonials, we are making some huge strides in creating the total patient experience.  Everything matters!  From the cleanliness of our dental office to the gentle techniques we use when treating our patients.  The greatest compliment our patients are giving us is the referral of their family, friends and coworkers.  Below is a link to some of our raving patients!  http://www.smilereminder.com/vs/signature_smiles .  Here you will get a first hand look at what our patients are saying about our dental office!

As the year come to a close, your dental care can be structured in such a way where there is little or no copays for your visits.  As you know, most dental insurance will expire at the end of 2011 and will renew at the start of 2012.  Your dental benefits will not be able to roll over to the following year, and consequently all unused dental benefits will go to waste.  If you’ve been putting off your dental care, this is now the perfect opportunity to have your dental care completed at little or no cost to you!  Please tell your family, friends and coworkers about this little known secret!

Patient Testimonials

July 20, 2011

Smile Makeovers! Dr. Jeffrey Solomon of Signature Smiles in Southfield, MI has Mastered The Artistry Of Smiles!

Dr. Jeffrey Solomon of Signature Smiles in Southfield, MI Has Mastered The Artistry Of Smiles!

Smile Statistics….. How Do You and Others Feel About Your Smile

Smiles are an interesting feature of everyone’s life. Everyone has one, but everyone feels differently about their own. Consider a few interesting facts about smiles.

• 62 – Number of times a day the average woman smiles.
• 8 – Number of times a day the average man smiles.
• 63% – Percentage of people who say they look best in photos when they are showing their teeth.
• 99.7% – Percentage of adults who say an attractive smile is an important personal asset.
• 74% – Percentage of people who say that an unattractive smile can hurt a person’s chances for business or career success.
• 23% – Percentage of people who say they look the best with their mouth closed.

Mark Twain once wrote, “Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been!” The act of smiling is a very uncomplicated and important human activity. It really isn’t important that your smile be perfect- but that you feel good about it and you give it away! If your stingy with your smile because it’s something less than what you want it to be, we can help – Smiles are what we do best.  Please Give Signature Smiles a Call to Schedule Your Smile Makeover.

Give us a call and we’ll set up a time to talk about getting you a smile that you can’t just keep to yourself.

A Confident Smile Will Change Someone’s Day

Give them a smile: a happy, friendly, and genuine smile. Go ahead, flash it;
it’s contagious, it’s infectious, It’s the universal expression of happiness. A simple smile can change someone’s day.

Some people are a little nervous about smiling. They don’t think their smile looks good, or they think that smiling makes them look unprofessional or vulnerable. No matter how professional, intelligent, or “together” you think a serious face makes you appear, people almost always respond better to a smile.

We all know of someone we consider to have an “infectious” smile. Infectious smiles always start with confidence. If you’re not 100% confident in your smile, we’re here to help.  Dr. Jeffrey Solomon of Signature Smiles in Southfield, MI is truly a Smile Artist.

While our first concern is keeping your teeth and mouth as healthy as possible, we have the tools and the training to make sure you have a smile that gives you confidence and a smile that you’re excited to share with others.

We’re more than happy to discuss with you the many options available to help you achieve a smile worth sharing and a smile that will change someone’s day –including your own.

June 9, 2011

Dr. Jeffrey Solomon of Signature Smiles in Southfield Removes Wisdom Teeth With Comfort and Ease.

Dr. Jeffrey Solomon of Signature Smiles in Southfield Removes Wisdom Teeth With Comfort and Ease.

Wisdom Teeth

What Are Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth are the third, and final, set of molars that develop in our late teens or early twenties. Sometimes these teeth can be valuable when healthy and properly aligned, but more often than not, they are misaligned and require removal.

When wisdom teeth are poorly aligned, they can crowd or damage adjacent teeth, the jawbone or nerves. In some cases, they may lean towards the second molars, making those teeth more vulnerable to decay by entrapping plaque and debris.

Issues also arise when wisdom teeth become trapped within the soft tissue and/or the jawbone, or only partially break through the gum. This allows for an opening for bacteria to enter around the tooth and cause an infection, resulting in pain, swelling, jaw stiffness, and general illness. This can also lead to tooth decay and gum disease because their hard-to-reach location, and awkward positioning, makes brushing and flossing difficult.

How Do I Know if I Have Wisdom Teeth?

By simply performing an x-ray periodically, we can evaluate for the presence and alignment of your wisdom teeth. We may also decide to send you to an oral surgeon for further evaluation.

Once we have evaluated your wisdom teeth, a course of action can be determined. Many times, wisdom teeth are extracted before any complications occur. This helps to avoid a more painful, or more complicated, extraction that might have to be done a few years later.

How Are Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Wisdom teeth that have fully emerged from your gums, can be extracted as easily as any other teeth. However, wisdom teeth that are underneath the gums and embedded in the jawbone may require oral surgery.

No Need To Fear!

Our office cares deeply about you and your dental health. We also understand the anxiety some feel when they need to visit the dentist, which is why we are also trained in the use of sedation.  Sedation is a safe and effective method that has helped many who experience a level of anxiousness, or fear, when having dental work performed. Call our office today to make an appointment, and have your questions answered about wisdom teeth, sedation, or other dental concerns.

May 13, 2011

Dr. Jeffrey Solomon of Southfield Does Pain-Free Dentistry Without The Drill : Air Abrasion

Dr. Jeffrey Solomon Does Pain-Free Dentistry Without The Drill

AIR ABRASION

For many patients, the thought of going to the dentist evokes the whining sound of the dreaded drill and the sudden twinges of from when the dentist explores around a cavity. It is no wonder that an estimated 75 percent of adults fear the dentist. Dental air abrasion changes all of this.

Dental air abrasion is essentially a miniature Intra-oral sandblaster. It produces a stream of air and abrasive particles that efficiently remove tooth structure and tooth decay in a gentle, but very efficient, manner. It does the same job as the conventional drill without the side effects.

We use the PrepStart air abrasion system which has many advantages for both us, as your dentist, and you. It is silent, fast and cost effective. It does not produce “burning” odors, hand piece whine, vibration, pressure or heat. Multiple areas can be treated in a single visit and, most often, it can be used without any local anesthetics. Dental air abrasion can be used in virtually all the same processes that the traditional drill is used.

Procedures with our air abrasion system are simple and quick. It’s perfect for those of us who get a sense of anxiety every time we hear the dental drill spin up. Call us today if you would like to know more about how our PrepStart air abrasion system can accomplish your dental needs without the traditional dental experience.

May 7, 2011

Southfield Dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Solomon, Performs World Class Smile Makeovers Without Picking Up A Drill!

Signature Smiles Dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Solomon Performs World Class Smile Makeovers  Without Picking Up A Drill!

Cosmetic Gum Surgery? Restore the Brilliant Smile of Your Youth

Surgery of any type can cause apprehension. However, cosmetic gum surgery performed by a qualified cosmetic dentistry expert is relatively simple and can greatly improve the appearance of your smile.

Cosmetic surgery is mainly the solution to two types of problems: the “long tooth” look and the “gummy smile“. Both of these conditions are usually caused by aging, gum disease or poor oral hygiene. They progressively grow worse with age. Cosmetic gum surgery can also help people with collapsed gums in the area of a missing tooth, blackened areas between implants, crowns or other teeth and tooth sensitivity caused by receding gums.

The “long tooth” look is caused by receding gums or a bad bite. As we age, our gums naturally shrink and recede. This can leave your teeth overexposed at the gum line.

The “gummy smile” is caused by excess gum tissue, which causes the teeth to appear too short. People with a gummy smile often feel self-conscious about the amount of gum tissue visible when they smile.

How is Cosmetic Gum Surgery Performed?

The two main types of cosmetic gum surgery, used to correct the long tooth look and the gummy smile, differ. The gummy smile corrective surgery reduces the excess gum and bone. The cosmetic dentist typically uses a laser to perform this type of surgery. A soft-tissue laser removes excess gum tissue while a specialized laser cuts away excess bone.

The procedure for correcting the long tooth look works in much the same way as a skin graft. We remove healthy skin from the roof of the mouth and grafts it onto the gum line. The result is a natural looking, reinforced gum line.

Will I Be Awake for This Procedure?

There are two possibilities:

1. You may have the surgery done in a series of office visits. We will use a local anesthetic each time to freeze the area of the gums they are working on. This is a good possibility with the laser surgery used to correct the gummy smile. Each visit could see more gum and bone tissue removed.

2. You might be given a general anesthetic and have all of the work performed at once. This may be necessary if you are having grafting done from the roof of your mouth to correct a long tooth smile. If you require other work such as dental implants or preparation for veneers, have all of the work done while you under anesthetic. There are risks every time you use a general anesthetic so avoid having more than one done for dental work.

What should I do first?

Before undergoing any type of cosmetic gum surgery, discuss the procedure thoroughly with us. This procedure may be just one aspect of an overall plan with several components to improve your smile. Cosmetic gum surgery might be complimented with the use of veneers, bridges, crowns or other cosmetic dentistry treatments to get your smile looking its best.

Lumineers®

Lumineers, are the light at the end of the tunnel for those who aren’t satisfied with their smile. Lumineers (porcelain veneers) are contact lens-thin and are placed over the teeth to correct discolored, chipped or misaligned teeth. They transform your teeth into a naturally beautiful smile that is perfectly suited and tailored to you.

Unlike traditional veneers, there is no painful shaving of your teeth involved, making the entire process reversible and much less invasive and less time consuming. Lumineers can even be placed over existing crown or bridgework without having to replace them.

In some cases, Lumineers can be used to correct dental problems in place of braces, and unlike braces, there are no restrictions on the kinds of food one can eat.

In just 2-3 visits, you can have a custom-made smile that is clinically proven to last over twenty years! Get your perfect smile today!

April 28, 2011

Southfield Dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Solomon, Is Your Dentures, Partial Dentures And Overdenture Expert!

Southfield Dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Solomon, Is Your Denture, Partial Denture And Overdenture Expert!

Dentures: Complete and Partial

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth. Two types of dentures are available – complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all your teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some of your natural teeth remain.

Complete dentures can be either “conventional” or “immediate.” Made after your teeth have been removed and the gum tissue has begun to heal, a conventional denture is ready for placement in about 8 to 12 weeks.

Unlike conventional dentures, immediate dentures are made in advance and can be positioned as soon as the teeth are removed. As a result, you do not have to be without teeth during the healing period.

Partial dentures are used when one or more of your natural teeth remain in your upper or lower jaw. A fixed (permanent) bridge replaces one or more teeth by placing crowns on the teeth on either side of the space and attaching artificial teeth to them. A precision partial denture is removable and is a more natural looking.

Will Insurance Cover the Cost of Dentures?

Most dental insurance providers cover some or all of the cost of your dentures. However, we should contact your dental insurance provider to find out the specifics.

What Will My New Dentures Feel and Look Like?

New dentures may feel a little odd or loose for a few weeks until the muscles of your cheek and tongue learn to keep them in place and you get comfortable inserting and removing them. They are made to closely resemble your natural teeth so there should be no noticeable change to your appearance. In fact, dentures may even improve your smile and fill out your facial appearance.

Will Eating With New Dentures Be Difficult?

Eating with new dentures will take a little practice and may be uncomfortable for a few weeks. To get used to the new denture, we recommend you start with soft foods. As you get used to your new dentures, add other foods until you return to your normal diet.

If you have been considering dentures but are not sure if they are right for you, please call our office today to set up an appointment. We can answer any questions you might have and explain any details that may concern you.

Do you currently wear dentures, but are tired of the hassle and fuss? Are you considering dentures as a replacement option? We would like to let you know about a new denture design: implant-supported dentures, otherwise known as overdentures. Because they are more comfortable and secure, they alleviate some of the issues found with regular dentures which means you spend less time worrying about your smile and more time enjoying life!

What are Implant Supported Dentures?
Typically, implant-supported dentures are made for the lower jaw because dentures tend to be less stable in this area, while dentures for the upper jaw usually do not require this added stability. However, implant-supported dentures can be made for either areas of the mouth and are easily removable.
The dentures are made with an acrylic base to look like the gums of your mouth with porcelain or acrylic teeth attached to look like natural teeth.

The Implant Process
Implants, used to support the denture are placed in the jawbone at the front of your mouth. The number of implants needed to support the denture varies based on individual factors, which we can discuss with you in a consultation.
The time frame to complete the implant process also depends on many factors. The shortest time frame from the implant process to placement of the denture is approximately five months for the lower jaw and seven months for the upper jaw. However, in some cases the entire process could take up to a year or more.

What Can You Expect From Your Implant-Supported Denture?
Initially you will notice first how much more stable the implant-supported denture is versus a regular denture. You will also have an easier time speaking with less worrying about the denture coming loose and falling out of your mouth as well. Generally, you are also able to eat foods that you could not eat before, with exception to hard or sticky foods that can cause damage to the denture.

With upper jaw implant-supported dentures, you will also notice the more natural feel because the denture will no longer need to cover the roof of your mouth.

Contact the Southfield dental office of Dr. Jeffrey Solomon today to find out more about implant-supported dentures and to schedule a consultation.

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18181 W 12 Mile Rd., Suite 4, Lathrup Village, MI 48076 USA
Dr. Jeffrey Solomon Dr. Greg Young Dr. Robert Lokar Signature Smiles is the dental office of Dr. Jeffrey Solomon, Dr. Greg Young and Dr. Robert Lokar and is located in Lathrup Village, MI near Southfield. (248) 557-5756 care@signaturesmilesmi.com