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Matthew Talcott, DDS operates a general dentistry practice in Northville, Michigan, offering patients comprehensive care for their oral health and periodontal treatment needs. In restoring damaged and missing teeth, Dr. Talcott offers titanium implants, crowns, bridges, and fillings. With hygiene recall an integral part of the practice, patients benefit from regularly scheduled cleanings, as well as deeper below-the-gums treatment when necessary. For over a decade, Dr. Talcott practiced in Highland, Michigan, establishing a reputation for quality rotary endodontics and esthetic treatments. Since establishing his current practice in June 2011, he has completely renovated the existing facility, installing intraoral cameras, digital x-rays, and other state-of-the-art equipment. Dr. Talcott’s office responsibilities extend to billing, marketing, and staff management, and he oversees the practice’s infection control and adherence to Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards. His consistently high standards of care over the past decade have earned him selection as one of Consumers' Research Council of America’s "America's Top Dentists" in each year since 2009. Recently, Dr. Talcott was selected by a vote of dental peers to be included in HOUR DETROIT magazine's 2012 list of Top Dentists. Hour Detroit's Top Dentist list is based on a peer-review survey open to all area dentists. Thousands of votes were cast honoring excellence in dental care. This distinction is based solely upon one's standing within his or her peer group. A National Merit Scholar and a Michigan Competitive Scholarship recipient, Matthew Talcott, DDS studied biology at the University of Michigan before entering dental school. Affiliated with the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, he was honored as a National Resident Scholar during the 1992-93 academic year. Dr. Talcott obtained dentistry qualifications at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. Earning selection for a University of Michigan Hospitals externship, he observed, assisted, and treated oral and maxillofacial surgery patients. Matthew Talcott, DDS maintains lifetime membership with the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan and with the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his two daughters and keeping active with softball and basketball. He participates as a volunteer speaker for Novi Public Schools.

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Jun 2011Present


Matthew Talcott DDS




University of Michigan School of Dentistry