Welcome! We look forward to helping you enjoy the peace of mind and confidence that comes with a healthy smile. Whether your needs are great and you know that you will require significant treatment, or if you only need a check-up and a cleaning, Dr. Paul Fornetti and our staff are here to help you maintain your oral health for a lifetime.
Our philosophy is simple.
Our first responsibility is to help you see and understand what is going on inside your mouth, and understand all of the different treatment options available to resolve any problems that may exist. By taking time out to answer any questions and thoroughly explore treatment options, we can help you feel confident about the treatment that you choose.
Our second responsibility is to provide that treatment in a completely comfortable environment and to the very highest standard of care. One of the most satisfying moments in our day is when a patient leaves an appointment and tells us "I am not afraid to smile anymore, and I'm not afraid to come to the dentist, either!".
Our final responsibility is simply to be there for you when you need us. Expect us to follow up with you after major treatment. We will help you maintain your oral health through regular maintenance visits, and should a dental emergency arise know that we will be there for you even if it is after hours.
Since 1948, through three generations, the Fornetti family has been providing the highest quality services that dentistry has to offer to the Iron Mountain area, as well as the entire Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Northeast Wisconsin. We are excited to get to know you and partner with you in taking care of your smile. Please explore the site at your convenience and feel free to contact us with any questions.
Been here for 31 years and always thought it was the best ever.Gentle, painless and excellent work.
I love the fact that I didn’t have to experience any pain and was comfortable with my treatment.
I will just say it has been the best treatment ever.
I only remember having an itchy nose at one point, then I was awake and the procedures were complete- no memory of pain or discomfort at all.