Practicing together for over a decade taught me lessons one simply can't learn in school.
Dentist Ypsilanti, MIMy father, Wallace Van Alstine, founded Van Alstine Family Dentistry in 1968, the year before I was born. In hindsight, it could not have been better timing. Growing up during that time afforded me the rare opportunity to witness the growth of what would one day become my future practice. More importantly, it allowed me to watch my father at work. Inspired by his strong sense of purpose and the deep commitment toward his patients, I obtained my dental degree and we began working together in 2002.
“I have continually recommended coming to this office for quality dental care. particularly for out of the ordinary dental surgery which does not require a dental surgeon or traditional root canal procedures. Attention is paid to a person's pain sensitivity, as well as to their current dental needs and their prospective dental health. Addressing problems before they occur has always been a trademark of Van Alstine Dentistry.”
“I felt really at ease, both the service and the atmosphere were welcoming and reassuring. Nancy was most understanding and explained things very well. Karen was a pleasure to deal with as well. I should also add that Christina was probably the most professional person I've come across in setting everything up, and with her manner. Thank you for a good experience. ”
“I have no complaints. I would not go anywhere else for my dental work. I have been coming to the Van Alstines for 41 years!”
“I trust them. Nothing is more important than that.”
|•||When using GPS to find us be sure to enter Ypsilanti, there is a 1900 Packard not too far from us in Ann Arbor as well.|
|•||Turn onto Kewanee Rd off of Packard Rd. Then turn left into the parking lot below our building. You can park anywhere.|
|•||The entrance to the building is on the south side (facing Packard Rd) on the same level as the parking lot.|
|•||Once you enter, walk to the top of the stairs and turn right. We are the first office you come to with the big glass door. Please come in and let the receptionist know you are here.|
|•||If you are unable to use the stairs, please call us and we will be happy to help you access the ramp into the building.|