Dr. Nathan Mogren - Norton Shores Dentist

Serving Norton Shores, Muskegon, Spring Lake, Grand Haven and The Lakeshore.

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Dr. Nathan Mogren – West Michigan Lakeshore Dentist
Mogren Dental is committed to providing comfortable, family-oriented and modern dentistry to the Lakeshore community. Our expert dental services include preventative, general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry. State-of-the-art technology, paired with the depth of knowledge between Dr. Mogren and our dental assistants, hygienists and staff, ensure that you will receive top-of-the-line dental care for both you and your family. You can always expect personalized, high-quality service at Mogren Dental – from your first visit, and each time you come back. We look forward to providing great care for you here at Mogren Dental!

Dental Services

  • Preventative, general, restorative & cosmetic dentistry.
  • Serving the Muskegon, Norton Shores & Spring Lake area.
  • Safe & effective low radiation, digital x-rays.
  • Single-visit crowns, bridges with our new Cerec machine.
  • Estimates provided before the service, if requested.
  • Open on Monday evenings and Wednesday mornings.
  • Personalized, quality service with experienced staff.

We offer the following dental services…

Teeth Cleaning
Complete Examinations
Emergency Dental Services
Fillings
Cosmetic Dentistry
Veneers
Teeth Whitening

Single-Visit Bridges
Single-Visit Crowns
TMJ & Grinding Treatments
Dental Sealants
Gum Treatment
Dental Implants
Root Canals

Extractions and Wisdom Teeth
Oral Surgery
Dentures
Partial Dentures
Low Radiation Digital X-Rays
Orthodontics (Braces)

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Our Approach to Dentistry

Our goal is to provide a personalized, high quality level of service like no other. We enjoy getting to know each one of our patients on a personal level, allowing us to provide dental services that work with their busy lifestyles. We know that everyones time is important, which is why we pride ourselves on being a one-stop shop for all of your dental needs. We can even perform the majority of our services in a single visit, including crowns and bridges. We utilize the latest, cutting edge technology in our office to make this possible.

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"Professional, gentle dental care, completed swiftly and painlessly."

− Joseph S

"I am VERY pleased to be a patient of Dr. Mogren's. They always treat me with the utmost respect and kindness."

− Amy S

"Had 3 wisdom teeth removed, Dr. Mogren was great the whole process was rather painless, didn't feel much of anything. He's amazing."

− Russell Z

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