Meet Dr. Darlene Dixon in Southfield, MI
Dr. Darlene Daniels-Dixon has been practicing general dentistry in Southfield, MI for the last 31 years. She completed her undergraduate studies at University of Detroit and entered the dental program at Marquette University, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, graduating in 1990. Her education continued as she completed a two year General Practice Residency through the University of Detroit/Detroit Receiving Hospital. She’s also a certified Invisalign Diamond provider.
Dr. Dixon actively attends continuing education courses, participates in multiple Study Groups, staying abreast of current topics and techniques. As a child, Dr. Dixon had many problems with her teeth and spent many hours in the dental chair. This spurred a job as a dental assistant in training. This led to her career goals as a dentist where she could help other families improve their overall oral health. Dr. Dixon strives to make all patients comfortable and is committed to excellence in family dentistry.
In her free time she gives back to the community by mentoring young people interested in dental careers, participating in local career days, and local family health fairs. Dr. Dixon is married with two children and remains committed to the area.
“I enjoy most aspects of dentistry, I would say that changing unhealthy smiles to beautiful ones is what I enjoy most. The patient who has been ashamed and can finally smile again! I have a lot of surgical training, lots of CE in implants and truly enjoy restoring them. I am currently a part of a comprehensive care continuum, to offer better comprehensive care to the patient. My core belief in my practice is to treat everyone with the same respect as I would want for my mother. This means that they are treated with respect and not judged by their pocketbook. I work hard to get everyone a treatment plan they can afford to get them to a state of health. I have an outgoing kindhearted personality. I have a genuine interest in people and this is how I treat everyone, the way I want to be treated.”