Welcome to Afdent, the home of Patient Friendly Dentistry
It’s more than a philosophy. It’s our way of delivering an experience you can’t find anywhere else. At Afdent, our desire is simple:
- Providing comprehensive dental services on one convenient campus.
- Hiring the friendliest, most knowledgeable team of dental professionals and customer care specialists.
- Treating people, not teeth – our patients say it best.
- Limiting your out-of-pocket expense by offering monthly payment plans.
- Offering same-day emergency treatment during normal business hours with no appointment needed.
Afdent offers everything from general family dental services, oral surgery, dentures, and walk-in emergency services, to cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics. We’re also a local dentist with payment plans. We are proud to be an A+ BBB Accredited business and for over 45 years, we are the dentist office that prides itself in providing “Patient Friendly Dentistry” to Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan.
That’s Patient Friendly Dentistry. That’s Afdent!
Offices in Mishawaka and Fort Wayne, IN
For top-of-the-line dental care services, turn to none other than Afdent Patient Friendly Dentistry. As a top dental care provider in Northern Indiana, we have reputable dentists who can provide treatments for your teeth.
If you have any dental concerns or you are planning to have some cosmetic procedures done, don’t hesitate to visit our office in Mishawaka or Fort Wayne, IN. You can also run to us for dental emergencies. So what are you waiting for? Schedule an appointment for a dental checkup today.
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