meet dr. Knight
Dr. Edward Knight comes from a long line of dentists. Before he owned Knight Dental Care, it was run by his uncle, and his uncle before him. Serving the community of Midland, MI has been in his blood from the time he was young. Since graduating from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry in 1995, Dr. Knight has been providing his patients with dental care in the Midland, MI area. Offering cutting-edge techniques and using state-of-the-art technologies, Dr. Knight is known in the community as a friendly family man who lives to serve the people of central Michigan and surrounding areas. Even though he has been practicing dentistry for decades, Dr. Knight believes it's important to continually educate himself and his staff so they can give their patients the most current and effective treatments they're able to.
Dr. Knight is proud to be a member of the following societies:
- American Dental Association
- Michigan Dental Association
- Saginaw Valley Dental Association
- Academy of General Dentistry
- International Congress of Oral Implantologists
Specialties and Expertise
Dr. Edward Knight is proud to have served as the past president of the Saginaw Valley Dental Association. Dr. Knight is well-known for his general and family dentistry, providing exceptional dental cleanings and exams to people of all ages; however, he also provides a variety of cosmetic, restorative, and advanced dental services to his Midland, MI patients.
"Nice office and nice staff!"
"Friendly and professional."
"I’ve been coming to this dentist office for over a decade. The staff is very friendly and Dr. Knight makes sure that he says hello to you every single visit, which I greatly appreciate! They always do an excellent job here."
"Went in to get 2 teeth pulled. Quick, professional, and very knowledgeable!"
"Best treatment ever!"
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