My 18 month old has followed the path of his older siblings and has extremely weak enamel. Even with no candy or sugary drinks he's got terrible front teeth already! I'm in need of a decent pediatric dentist in Ann Arbor. Since I'm a full time student at the University, and he has no insurance, a dentist that is likely to work out some sort of payment arrangements would be ideal. Thank you in advance for any recommendations.
Brande: Mama of 5 and perpetual student.
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