Welcome!

There’s no need to fear the dentist when you come to Dr.McGarry’s office … we’re the small town dentist office that produces BIG smiles!! Our staff prides itself on providing the finest in dental care while keeping you relaxed, comfortable, and smiling bigger and better than before you walk in our doors.

Meet Our Doctors

No matter what your needs — routine cleaning, whitening, an emergency or anything else — we’re family friendly, focused on your oral health, and here to answer any questions you may have. Constantly pursuing the latest advances in dentistry, our doctors and staff routinely attend continuing education seminars and classes in order to stay on the cutting edge of the field and provide you with the absolute best in care.

Meet Our Team

Dr. Schultz staff is more a family than an office staff … in fact, some of us have been with her since the very beginning of the practice! We value our patients as our friends and will make you feel at home from the very first phone call. We have a lot of fun seeing many of our patients and their families outside the office when we’re involved at local community events, and have a reputation for making the best balloon animals around.  We love children and make learning the importance of taking care of their teeth fun! Of course, we love working with parents and grandparents, too, and we’d like to introduce ourselves. Come say hi!

Our office is located at 200 Lindenwood Drive in historic Linden, MI.

Call us at (810) 735-9426

 

Hours are as follows:

Monday: 11AM-7PM
Tuesday: 10AM-7PM
Wednesday: 11AM-7PM
Thursday: 8AM-3PM
Friday: CLOSED
Saturday: 8AM-12PM

Check out our blog below for some toothy tips!

Aging Mouth – What Is Normal And What Is Not?

Dr. McGarry News April, 2017 The Aging Mouth: What’s Normal, What’s Not The natural process of aging takes its toll on your teeth and mouth just as it does your body. Here are some common oral health changes you can anticipate as you age: Enamel Wear -- Chewing,...

Thinking Outside The Mouth

 Thinking outside the mouth The benefit of maintaining a wholesome smile are plain to see, boosting confidence and improving your overall sense of of well being.  But a healthy mouth is good for you in other ways too. Bacteria from untreated gum disease can actually...

What Do 4 Out Of 5 Dentist’s Recommend?

Remember those old commercials that said 4 out of 5 dentists recommend sugarless gum for those patients who chew gum? That is actually excellent advice although we always wondered what the fifth dentist recommended!  But here is another statistic that is actually...

Do Cavities Affect Your Child At School?

Tooth Decay is the most common chronic childhood disease! Kids miss 51 million hours of school every year due to oral health problems (most are preventable) Students who are absent miss critical instruction time especially in early grades where reading skills are so...

Tips From So Real Hot Shots

Thursday, September 15, 2016 ADVICE FROM SOME REAL HOT HOTS Advice From Some Real Hot Shot At Dr McGarry's Office we love giving advice to help you keep you teeth and gums healthy. And we also like to follow the model of succesful people. Today we will give you the 7...

Is It Easier For Us And May Cause Cavities?

Dr. McGarry News September, 2016 Pacifiers and Bottles: Can Comfort Cause Complications? When it comes to sucking, babies are naturals -- maybe because they practice even before they are born! Children begin sucking on their thumb while in the womb to develop the...

Is It Sleep Apnea or ADHD?

Is it ADHD, or does your child have Sleep Apnea? By:  Dr. Charles Kravitz Printed in The Sleep Magazine     The Stanford School of Medicine states that about 10% of children 10 years of age and younger snore and, of those children who snore, about 20% will...

A Step BY Step Flossing Guide for Parents

A Step-by-Step Flossing Guide for Kids Regular tooth brushing and flossing are important for maintaining healthy teeth and gums. The best way to insure that your child maintains good oral health through adulthood is to establish their oral hygiene routine early. You...

The Ageing Mouth: What’s Normal, What’s Not?

Dr. McGarry News August, 2016 The Aging Mouth: What’s Normal, What’s Not? If you're like most seniors, you know that some changes to your body are a normal part of the aging process and others aren't. The same applies to your dental health. That's right, the health of...

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