What To Know About Having a Michigan Dental Association® Dentist

When it comes to choosing a dentist, there are a lot of things to consider  – location, education and experience to name a few. Klein Dentistry in Grandville, Michigan, is proud to say they offer comprehensive dental care that includes all those three things — and more.

As a member of the Michigan Dental Association (MDA), Dr. Klein is part of a trusted network of local dentists that are dedicated to constantly improving their practices through education, innovation, and adaptation.

You can trust that your health and well-being is at the center of all that Dr. Klein does.

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What is the Michigan Dental Association?

The MDA is home to more than 5,500 Michigan dentists and is Michigan’s primary source for oral healthcare. MDA dentists — including Dr. Klein — are “dedicated to upholding the highest standard of practice so that you and your family can receive the best oral care.”

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The Benefits of Having an MDA Dentist

Being an MDA dentist comes with a lot of responsibility, as they’ve made a special commitment to uphold the ethical code, practice standards, and mission of the MDA:

  • To encourage the improvement of the public’s oral health
  • Use education, training, and service to enhance MDA members’ ability to provide ethical care
  • Promote the science and art of dentistry

When you go to an MDA dentist like Dr. Klein in Grandville, MI, you can rest assured that we are adhering to rigorous safety and health standards that you won’t find from a non-MDA dentist. Because of this commitment, you can be sure that you and your family will receive the best oral health care possible.

What Is the MDA Difference?

By membership and by law, MDA members like Dr. Klein are required to observe universal safety precautions, the dental patient’s greatest assurance of safety during dental procedures.

Members are kept up-to-date on the latest scientific developments and recommendations from the American Dental Association, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Michigan dentists are required to earn 60 hours of certified continuing education during each three-year re-license period, but an MDA dentist goes above and beyond. The MDA offers more than 300 hours of educational programming annually at seminars throughout Michigan. You’ll find many MDA dentists like Dr. Klein attend more than the state-required hours.

Call Klein Dentistry Today!

Being part of the Michigan Dental Association is something that Dr. Klein takes great pride in, and something that sets him apart from the rest. To experience the Klein Dentistry difference yourself, contact us today via email, or call {tel}!

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