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Welcome to Romeo Family Dentistry!


Since 1991, our patients have been the driving force behind what we do every day. No matter the procedure, our entire dental staff is committed to serving the greater Washington area and providing high-quality care. A healthy smile doesn’t have to exist only in your dreams – we can make it a reality with a wide range of services including preventive, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry.

Prioritizing Oral Health in a Relaxing Environment


Going to the dentist is rarely something people want to do. In fact, many individuals dread the experience and tend to put it off as long as possible. Dr. James Young, our family dentist in Washington, MI, has made it his goal to challenge that sentiment and have the office be a place where you can feel at ease throughout your visit.

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Honest, Thoughtful Dental Care for All Ages


The ongoing philosophy of Romeo Family Dentistry is to treat others how you would like to be treated yourself. For decades, this concept has remained strong and resulted in countless long-lasting patient relationships. Whether you or a family member need dental implants, veneers, or just a professional teeth cleaning, our team is here for you with state-of-the-art equipment.

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If you are looking for a new dental practice to join, look no further than Romeo Family Dentistry. Our team of experienced and caring professionals are ready to help you maintain or improve your oral health so you can smile confidently. Call our Washington office today at (586) 752-3589 to request an appointment. We can’t wait to meet you!

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