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About St. Apollonia Dental

St. Apollonia Dental, formally Dental Associates of Troy, was established in 1983. In January 2004, our practice moved from Troy to our new modern facility in Sterling Heights. We renamed our practice at that time to St. Apollonia Dental in honor of the Patron Saint of Dentistry.

Here at St. Apollonia Dental, we offer state of the art technology and techniques in a warm, clean, and family-friendly office. Patient comfort and pain free delivery are top priorities, as is prompt service. We know your time is valuable and we strive to stay on time and not keep our patients waiting.

Most dental procedures can be completed under one roof. We welcome all patients including children, adults, geriatrics, and patients with disabilities. In short, our mission is to provide excellent service in a cheerful, honest and painless environment.

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