Monica D’Agostini Wooderson D.D.S

Monica D’Agostini Wooderson D.D.S

Dr. Monica DAgostini Wooderson is a board certified dentist.  She was born and raised in Rochester Hills, MI and completed her Bachelor of Science degree at Michigan State University and earned her dental degree at the University of Detroit Mercy.  Dr. Monica remains dedicated to education, ensuring that she is providing her patients with the most innovative and comprehensive dental care possible.  She takes pride in building trusting and long-lasting relationships with her patients in order to provide each and every patient with unique and personalized dental care.  Dr. Monica is a diplomat of the American Dental Association, and Michigan Dental Association and enjoys participating in community dental outreach programs including Give Kids a Smile, Team Smile, and Titan’s for teeth.

Dr. Monica loves spending her free time with her family and friends, especially her niece and nephews. In June, she and her husband Tom traveled to Italy and had an amazing time exploring the many historical sites, yet one of their favorite places to vacation is still the beautiful lakes of northern Michigan.

Background: Born and raised in Rochester, MI. Now lives in Royal Oak, MI.

Education: Obtained a Bachelor’s degree of Science from Michigan State University and Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Detroit Mercy.

Dental Associations: American Dental Association and Michigan Dental Association.

Other Participations throughout dental school:

Give Kids a Smile: Provided free quality exams, cleanings, mouth guards, and dental treatments to children at local schools throughout Detroit.

Team Smile: Provided free dental care to the students of the Detroit area elementary school. The Detroit Lions Teamed up with us on this event to provide entertainment for the kids and some of the Detroit Lions players were there to visit with the children.

Titan’s for Teeth: A bus with dental units within it that was designed to travel to schools throughout Detroit. This allowed us to reach students whom could not reach us and provide them with dental care.