Meet Doctor Mary Sue Stonisch

At Faircourt Dental Smile Studio, Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch wants you to experience the difference modern dentistry has to offer.

Mary Sue Stonisch, D.D.S. runs a general and preventative dental practice with expertise in aesthetics and implant dentistry. She is an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a Diplomat with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Stonisch also teaches Dentists as a mentor at the Kois Center in Seattle.

Patients in Grosse Pointe & Grosse Pointe Woods of Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch have the benefit of seeing one of the area’s premier aesthetic dental specialists who takes steps to ensure that their beautiful smiles and healthy mouth equal a healthy body. We like to call this a “Heart Smart Smile” says Stonisch.

Dr. Stonisch has the education and necessary experience which provides exquisite results that are paramount to any cosmetic procedure. She has been certified for nearly two decades by her peers at the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and is one of only 36 women in the world to achieve accreditation. Dr. Stonisch is also one of the first dentists in Southeastern Michigan to specialize in aesthetic dentistry.

Our patients can try on a smile before they buy! Dr. Stonisch is the innovator of the latest and greatest technique which allows patients to actually try on a smile possibility, before the cosmetic procedure begins. Much like trying on a hat or a pair of shoes, you have to try on a few before you buy. Dr. Stonisch’s new creative invention lets our patients do exactly that in a matter of minutes. The exquisite results patients get are a result of her advanced education and her ability to offer “Smile Now” instant dental technology.

Dr. Stonisch also provides patients with “Heart Smart” dental cleanings at her Grosse Pointe Woods practice, the Faircourt Dental, Smile Enhancement Studio. “Research has shown that there are links to bacteria in the oral cavity and the overall health on the entire body,” Stonisch says. This” Heart Smart” cleaning uses laser technology to improve not just oral health, but heart and body health as well, by reducing bacteria.

“We focus on offering our patients the longevity of health they deserve,” says Stonisch, who also advocates the importance of second opinions in dentistry. “We help our patients look and feel great while improving their confidence which translates to a healthy Mind, Body & Smile!

Recognized as a leader in the field of cosmetic dentistry in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch is accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry as well as the International Academy of Dental Facial Esthetics. She is a mentor of the Kois Dental Center and a mentor of the Engel Implant Institute. Dr. Stonisch continues her dental work on staff at St. John, Beaumont and Henry Ford Hospitals. She is a lecturer at the University Of Detroit Mercy School Of Dentistry.

In her spare time, Dr. Stonisch has authored an easy-to-read, step-by-step hardcover guide to oral health and common dental dilemmas for consumers (patients), called Smile Fitness followed with a companion the Smile Fitness workbook.

Come in and experience the difference for a 1st or 2nd opinion and try on a smile that is right for you!

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Accredited Member

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Frequently asked questions

What are some factors to consider when choosing a dentist?
Why do regular dental visits matter?
How often should I go to the dentist?
What are some factors to consider when choosing a dentist?

Some of the top factors to consider when choosing your dentist are:

  • Your insurance
  • How comfortable you are with them
  • Professional qualifications
  • The services they offer
  • The technology in the office

Dr. Mary Sue Stonisch is a highly experienced, friendly dentist who offers a variety of services for patients in all stages of life. She’s committed to providing a safe and comfortable experience for all her patients by keeping up to date on the latest dental education, technology, and safety standards.

Why do regular dental visits matter?

Regular dental visits ensure your teeth are clean, healthy, and beautiful. Even if you brush and floss consistently at home, there are spots of your mouth that may be hard to clean thoroughly. We can clean your teeth and ensure none of those areas develop cavities.

Beyond cleaning your teeth, dental visits also include a full check-up. We’ll examine your teeth and mouth visually and through scans for any signs of decay, oral disease, and other issues that may harm your beautiful smile.

Without early detection, many of these issues can develop into major problems that require more extensive procedures. If you keep up with your regular dental visits, we can more easily treat you.

How often should I go to the dentist?

Dental visits are recommended every six months for cleanings and exams. Keeping up with these regular visits makes sure that your smile is healthy and beautiful. We can treat any issues that come up more easily if they’re detected early on.

Some people may require dental visits more often if you’re more prone to oral disease or if you’ve recently undergone a change in your oral health.