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Accessible Dentistry For All

At Glen Valley Dentistry, we believe in providing quality dental care for everyone who needs it. We put you in charge of your oral health by working with nearly any insurance plan, and by offering financing options for your treatment. We’ll work with you to ensure you receive the care you need for a healthy, confident smile.

Helping you Maximize Your Dental Benefits

The world of dental insurance can be a confusing place with rules and restrictions that limit the kind of care you can receive. That's why we can bill out to most insurance plans and will work with you to maximize your benefits. Individual insurance plans vary, so give us a call to speak with one of our friendly, knowledgable team members, and get any of your insurance questions answered.

Call (616) 891-8931

Financing Options With CareCredit

We know that not everyone has access to dental insurance, but that shouldn’t stop you from receiving the quality care you deserve. That’s why we work with CareCredit, a national lender, to provide you with financing options that allow you to create payment plans that fit your needs, budget, and lifestyle.

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Fill Out Your Forms

Save yourself time in the office by filling out all your forms ahead of time, and at your own convenience. You can either print out your completed forms and bring them in at your appointment, or send them directly to us before your visit at

Have Questions About Glen Valley Dentistry?

Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us at (616) 891-8931 speak with our team.

Do you accept my insurance?

Glen Valley Dentistry is in-network with Delta Dental Premier, but we’re also able to bill for most other dental insurance plans. Because coverage details vary, feel free to give us a call at (616) 891-8931 to ask us about your particular insurance plan. Your insurance company will encourage you to visit an office that’s in their network of providers. We will encourage you to find a dental home that takes great care of you regardless of your insurance plan.

What if I don't have dental insurance?

Dental insurance often helps patients pay for needed care, but it’s not a requirement to be a patient in our office. We’re happy to provide excellent care to patients who don’t have dental insurance for themselves or their family members. Call our office at (616) 891-8931 to find out how easy it is to be a patient at Glen Valley Dentistry regardless of your insurance coverage.

What can I expect at my first appointment?

At Glen Valley Dentistry, we put our patients first. We would like to get to know you and understand what your dental concerns, needs, or questions may be. Here’s what to expect at your first visit to our Caledonia office.

  • You can email your new patient forms to us ahead of time or complete the forms and bring them with you into the office when you arrive for your appointment.
  • The Glen Valley Dentistry team will gather information to help with your first appointment, including tracking down any x-rays you already have.
  • A personalized photo arrangement will be made of your teeth.
  • Our hygienist will guide you through a tour of our office.
  • You and your hygienist will speak about your dental needs and history.
  • Your hygienist will be able to answer any questions you have about oral health.
  • An exam will be taken of your mouth, gathering important information about your gums, teeth and overall health.
  • You will meet the dentist and spend time going over any concerns you may have, as well as discussing your medical and dental histories to help personalize your care.
  • After a thorough assessment of your mouth, the dentist will create a personalized treatment plan to bring your mouth to its healthiest possible state.
  • Your hygienist will clean your teeth at this appointment unless your dental needs require another visit.

At what age should my child have their first visit?

We recommend that your child’s first appointment be around their first birthday, or when their first tooth erupts, whichever comes first. This first visit is called a “happy visit” and there is no fee. We take this opportunity to look in the child’s mouth and also share helpful information and tips on keeping your child’s mouth healthy right from the start. This is also a great opportunity to ask us any questions that you have.

How does dental care change as my child grows?

Every stage of development has its own set of challenges when it comes to keeping an eye on your child’s oral health. We have a few tips to keep your child’s smile bright and healthy no matter their age. 

  • Age 0-2: to avoid early oral developmental problems and decay, it is always good to wean children from a bottle and/or pacifier by the time they’re a year old. It is also important to never allow them to fall asleep with a bottle or sippy cup still in their mouth, as this is the leading cause of early decay in young children.
  • The Glen Valley Dentistry team will gather information to help with your first appointment, including tracking down any x-rays you already have.
  • Age 2-4: We recommend to see your child once a year until they turn 4, at which time, we begin the regular six month interval. If certain conditions are identified in the early visits we may recommend they be seen every six months.
  • Age 4-18: If your child is a new patient between these ages, they will see the dental hygienist and the dentist for their initial visit and typically will have their teeth cleaned at this appointment. In this age group we recommend your child be seen twice a year for routine preventive health appointments. We may also recommend further preventive measures like dental sealants.