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Drs. Fuhst-Wylie and Kahn, Family Dental Care in Howell, MI is committed to providing quality dental care to families located in the Livingston County area and treat patients of all ages. Our expert team, lead by Drs. Patricia Fuhst-Wylie and Anthony Kahn, includes an experienced and friendly clinical and business staff.

Selecting your dentist is an important and personal decision. Our doctors and staff will work hard to gain your confidence and trust. We provide comprehensive solutions for our patients' oral health concerns. Believing in the importance of listening to our patients, we take the time to truly understand each person's needs and goals. By understanding our patients' objectives, we can provide solutions that will improve their health while transforming their smile into something bright and beautiful.

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Meet Our Doctors

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  • Dr.
    Patricia Fuhst-Wylie,

    Dr. Patricia Fuhst-Wylie, a 1988 graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, joined the practice of Dr. Robert Greenway as an associate in 1991.  Growing up in Brighton, it was a dream for her to practice so close to her hometown.  The retirement of Dr. Greenway led to Dr. Kahn joining the practice in 1995.

    Dr. Wylie believes in giving back to the community and donates to many local organizations.  She also offers her time to charities such as Donated Dental Service and Dental Lifeline Network’s “Will you See One Vet?” program.  She served on the Peer Review Committee of the Livingston District Dental Society for a number of years.

    Her practice philosophy involves treating patients as if they are family.  She enjoys getting to know them personally in order to tailor care to each person individually.  An informed, balanced approach to patient management allows her to take all factors into consideration and create the best oral care options for each patient.

    Dr. Wylie is an active member of the Livingston District Dental Society, The Michigan Dental Association and the American Dental Association.  She strongly believes in continuing education for herself and for her staff and regularly exceeds the recommended number of required courses each year.  When not practicing dentistry, Dr. Wylie enjoys doing mosaic glass art, alcohol ink painting, reading and spending time with her family and her dogs.

  • Dr.
    Anthony Kahn,

    Dr. Anthony Kahn joined with Dr. Fuhst-Wylie in 1995 after practicing in the metropolitan Detroit area for four years.  A 1991 Graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Dr. Kahn believes in treating patients with care, compassion, and using a friendly approach.  He strives to provide the highest standard of care while addressing each patient’s individual oral health needs. Dr. Kahn feels it is important that his patients are well informed so they can be active participants when determining their course of treatment.
    Dr. Kahn is an active member of the American Dental Association, The Michigan Dental Association and the Livingston District Dental Society. He is a strong proponent of continuing education and attends frequent dental seminars each year.

    In his free time, he enjoys performing music with his band, photography and spending time with his wife and one son.

  • Dr. Michael Fuhst, D.D.S.

    Dr. Michael Fuhst recently graduated from Detroit Mercy Dental School in May of 2023 and joined Dr. Fuhst-Wylie and Dr. Kahn in private practice shortly thereafter. He did his undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan where he majored in Neuroscience before going on to obtain his Doctorate of Dental Surgery. Dr. Fuhst was born and raised in Livingston County and is very excited to be able to practice in the community he grew up in.

    Dr. Fuhst believes in patient-centered care that not only focuses on oral health, but the overall health of the individual. His practice philosophy is built on working with the patient to meet their goals while maintaining an evidence-based approach to achieve predictable results. He loves getting to know his patients and he takes pride in being able to deliver top-notch quality care!

    In his leisure time, Dr. Fuhst loves being outdoors with friends and family, attending sporting events, and fishing. He looks forward to meeting you and being part of this great community for years to come!


What Our Clients Say About Us

    Great state of the art facility and super professional friendly staff.

    Karl T.

    Got me in rt. on time.had a great hygienist.very professional as always.

    Michael B.

    Everybody that works here is amazing, they are kind caring and friendly. They go above and beyond to help with whatever they can possibly do. I would highly recommend them because they are a professional yet caring and kind and compassionate individuals. That is for everybody the staff from the office staff to the medical professionals.

    MaryAnn M.

    Mr first appointment was excellent. Everyone was extremely kind, welcoming and highly professional! The recommendation I received from my friend was spot on.

    Joy NP D

    Another great visit, the staff is very friendly and professional . I feel well cared for and safe every time.

    Alan W.

    Always good to see you! Thank you for keeping it safe.

    Julie S.

    The staff is always so kind and caring. All procedures are explained. Just a very pleasant place to go.

    Mary S.

    The staff was friendly and competent. Robin was really professional and gentle in her work. Dr. Kahn was very good.

    Ruth Anne Y.

    Great staff, gentle cleanings!

    Vanessa L.

    Robin is awesome!!!

    Michael B.

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