Shannon Orthodontics Grandville, MI

Contact our Grandville office.

Note about our schedule: we operate on a rotating schedule, please contact us to confirm our practice location. On Fridays our front desk is available and some clinical appointments can be scheduled.

4320 44th Street SW, Suite 101, Grandville, MI 49418


  • Mon 8A-4P
  • Tues 8A-4P
  • Wed 8A-4P
  • Thurs 8A-4P
  • Fri 8A-3P


My 6 year old daughter was referred to a different practice, but I’d heard such good things about Dr Shannon that I decided to go to his office instead. I’ve been SO impressed with not only their technology but their compassionate work and making kids comfortable coming in for appointments. They’ve been very patient with my daughter, explaining each step they’re taking in her care and have done a wonderful job of putting her (and her mom) at ease. I would highly recommend them to anyone.

- Nelly B.

Amazing place! High tech, excellent customer service, casual and comfortable! Dr. Shannon did a great job of explaining everything to me and my son.

- Karen T.

Hear What Others Have to say about our office:

Our Grandville office has provided orthodontic treatment for many adults and kids in West Michigan. We’ve helped patients who live nearby in Jenison, Hudsonville, Georgetown, Wyoming, Hopkins Kentwood, Grand Rapids, Byron Center, & More.


Q: At what age should my kiddo be seen by an orthodontist?

The American Academy of Orthodontics recommends age 7 for the first ortho checkup. This is when the first adult teeth begin to erupt and jaw issues can become apparent. Proactively seeing an orthodontist can prevent future issues and more extensive treatment down the road. While we do not recommend treatment for all young children, we monitor your child in our complimentary growth guidance program to ensure we don’t miss anything! We want to be ready for treatment at the exact right time for your kiddo!

Q: Why an orthodontist and not my general dentist?

Orthodontists are dental specialists who have two to three years of additional training post dental school to be able to correctly diagnose and treat dental and skeletal irregularities. Dr. Shannon has provided orthodontic treatment to thousands of patients and has mastered his craft. Given the high level of specialization neccessary to provide proper treatment, we caution against going to a general dentist who only does a few orthodontic cases per year.