Dr. William Demray, founder of Preservation Dental in Northville, has introduced dentists Dr. Rachel Crittenden and Dr. Casey Rhines have joined the follow.
“I’m so proud to welcome physicians Crittenden and Rhines to our workforce,” says Demray. “Both have the schooling and techniques demanded to provide the ideal dental treatment and are dedicated to getting the time to actually have an understanding of each and every patient’s heritage, lifestyle and requirements to guarantee the proper route of treatment method.”
Crittenden is a resident of Northville and holds a bachelor’s degree in biopsychology, cognition and neuroscience from the College of Michigan and accomplished her DDS diploma at the College of Michigan School of Dentistry.
Rhines, of Ann Arbor, acquired a bachelor’s diploma in chemistry from the University of Detroit Mercy and done her medical professional of DDS diploma at the College of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry.
The new dentists, together with Preservation Dental’s hygienists and dental assistants, are fully commited to customizing care for each and every client. This includes acquiring facts about a patient’s residence treatment routine and noting any alterations due to the pandemic that could have contributed to new dental well being difficulties.
“Home care routines for numerous have been abysmal during the lockdown as patients had to abruptly adapt to a new work and family stability throughout a demanding and uncertain time,” says Demray. “As a end result, we are observing an enhance in oral problems including dental caries or cavities as nicely as damaged and fractured enamel owing to grinding and clenching as the outcome of worry and panic, and gingivitis also regarded as gum ailment — even for individuals with earlier healthier histories.”