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Dowagiac Family Dentistry

ContactDr. Jon Gillesby
EmailBandGDental@yahoo.com
Address530 Riverside Dr.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-5161
Fax269-782-1126

Dowagiac Family Dentistry prides itself in comprehensive family dental care and is able to provide a wide range of advanced dental procedures in-office. Services offered include cosmetic dentistry and whitening, dental implants, root canals, extractions, traditional braces, Invisalign and sleep apnea.  Its highly-trained and experienced staff strive to handle all of their clients' dental needs and to exceed all of their expectations. 

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Dr. Matthew Cripe, DDS

ContactDr. Matthew Cripe
Address303 Hamilton St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-5511
Fax269-782-5244

General dentistry for all ages is provided by Dr. Cripe in a friendly, caring and comfortable atmosphere. Since his graduation from the University of Illinois College of Dentistry in 1990, special course work has been completed, enabling Dr. Cripe to provide his patients with advanced dental care, such as orthodontic services, cosmetic dentistry, whitening, veneers and oral sedation. Small-town relationships, combined with advanced training and care, allows Dr. Cripe to provide his patients with an exceptional dental experience.

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