General Information
Mikesell, Thor DDS is a dentist in Suttons Bay, MI specializing in family and cosmetic dentistry. We offer a professional service with a gentle touch because your dental care needs are important to us. Our goal is to give you a more beautiful and confident smile.

408 St Joseph st
Suttons Bay, MI 49682

231 271-3315



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Additional Information Dr. Thor Mikesell is a 1997 graduate of the University of Michigan Dental School. After two years of an associateship he began looking for a practice to buy and subsequently moved to Suttons Bay. He enjoys focusing on general dentistry with the opportunity to help patients with their cosmetic desires as well.

He is a member of the Michigan Dental Association, the American Dental Association and the Rotary club. Dr. Mikesell is active in the Boy Scouts of America as a leader. Two of his boys are eagle scouts. He also serves on a number of boards and is active in his church as a leader and volunteer. He works once a week at the Medicaid clinic in Traverse City and enjoys the opportunity to serve a different group of people.

In his free time he is a voracious reader and enjoys outdoor recreation including hiking, camping, skiing, hunting and other things. Dr. Mikesell has 5 children, all boys, who keep his wife (and him) extremely busy.

M, T, and Thur: 8:30-4:30, closed for lunch 12:30 - 1:30 Open some Wednesdays

•General and family dentistry
•Cosmetic dentistry
•Porcelain veneers
•Bridges and crowns
•Preventive care


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