Welcome to Bruce Sexton, DDS!
We look forward to meeting you at your scheduled appointment! Giving you an excellent dental experience is important to us, and it all starts at your first appointment.
In order for that to go perfectly, there are a few things we need your help with.
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Radiographs or X-rays
If we discussed transferring records from a prior dentist, that dentist office may be contacting you for your consent to release those to us. Please be sure to confirm that the radiographs were sent to us prior to your appointment.
Your Financial Options
We want to make your dental care as affordable and comfortable as possible. We proudly offer a variety of options to fit your dental care into your life.
- American Express
Please bring your latest insurance card and photo ID for processing your dental claim. We will estimate the cost of any procedures that you may require before beginning the recommended treatment, and we will gladly file a claim with your insurance. To best protect your oral health, we offer comprehensive treatment recommendations. Some of those recommendations may not be covered by your insurance. Other payment arrangements need to be made for those treatments. If you have any questions, we're here to answer those for you.
Learn More About Us
We're located at 145 South Main, Suite 1, Wayland, MI 49348 right behind the Henika District Library. You can find directions and a map here.
Check out the rest of our website, or visit us on social media to learn more about us. We are a hometown dental practice with advanced dentistry solutions to care for the whole family!
With a passion for helping children experience the lifelong benefits of a healthy smile, Dr. Sexton and his entire team offer children’s dentistry services to support your child’s health and development at every age.
"I believe that positive, enjoyable experiences at the dentist help a child to build trust with their dental team—and that leads to a lifetime of healthy dental care." — Dr. Bruce Sexton
Baby’s First Visit
For a lifetime of good oral health and a positive relationship with the dentist, the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommend that your baby has their first dental visit by their first birthday or within six months of their first tooth erupting (whichever comes first).
During their first dental visit, you’ll hold your baby on your lap while we gently examine their jaws and any teeth that have erupted. Dr. Sexton and his team will also answer your questions, and provide developmentally specific guidance on how you can best care for your baby’s smile in between visits.
Creating healthy, beautiful smiles outside and in.
Discover complete health dentistry and start your smile makeover today! Request your appointment at Bruce Sexton DDS.