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4650 Plainfield Avenue Northeast Suite B
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525
(616) 207-8027

Your Compassionate Grand Rapids Dental Clinic

Your smile plays a vital, yet often misunderstood, part in your overall well-being. It's crucial that you have a dentist you can trust to improve and protect your smile's health. At Radiant Smiles, we're proud to serve as a reliable dental practice for Grand Rapids residents and those in its surrounding communities. You can rest assured that our seasoned dental team, led by Dr. Malavi Patel, will provide you with the quality dental care you deserve in a compassionate and respectful environment.

You can find our practice at the corner of Plainfield Ave. NE and Rockvalley Dr. NE. We also have a plentiful number of parking spots, including accessible ones, to make visiting our office easier. Whether you need root canal therapy or high-quality dental implants, you can rest assured that our team is here for you. Our staff looks forward to meeting you and starting a long-lasting relationship with you. Contact us today to schedule your next appointment and get the skilled dental care you need!

Our High-Quality Dental Services

When you visit our office for the first time, our dentist will sit down with you to determine the overall condition of your smile. Our Grand Rapids dentist will look at your teeth, gums, and surrounding structures. She'll also ask you various questions to help us better understand which of our services are right for you. Have you been dealing with pain in one or multiple teeth? Are you interested in getting a more aesthetically pleasing smile? Using our findings and the information you provide us, we'll craft your personalized dental treatment plan.

Our quality dental services include, but are not limited to:

  • Root Canal Therapy: This procedure is used to eliminate tooth infection and protect your tooth from bacteria entering its pulp chamber.
  • Dental Implants: If you're looking for a way to permanently replace either a single tooth or an entire arch of teeth, dental implants may be perfect for you.
  • Crowns and Bridges: Crowns offer you a way to restore the functionality and appearance of a single tooth while a bridge does the same for up to three teeth in a row.

A Grand Rapids Dental Practice for You

At Radiant Smiles, we understand how frustrating it can be to have to put off getting the dental care you need because of financial constraints. That's why our dental clinic has adjusted its approach to dentistry to help make receiving dental care easier for you. We offer comprehensive in-office dental plans and CareCredit®, and we also accept various types of insurance plans.

Whether you need a dental cleaning or dental implant placement, our office is here for you. You can always turn to our office for skilled general and cosmetic dentistry in Grand Rapids. We can't wait to meet you and help you get the healthy and beautiful smile of your dreams. Contact us today to schedule your next appointment with our dental team!   



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