Maintain Good Oral Health

Your oral health is important. Poor oral hygiene can lead to cavities, gum disease and overall health complications.

The enclosed video discusses oral health care and hygiene.

Our caring professional staff is available to answer any questions you have about your dental health. We are accepting new patients. Give us a call to schedule an exam.

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Over 30 Years of Service

Dr. Dennis E. Kelley, D.D.S., and his staff are pleased that you are considering using our services.  We have been practicing general dentistry on the east side of Indianapolis since 1985. Our goal is to make your visit as pleasant and stress free as possible. We pride ourselves in providing a caring and compassionate setting in which you can choose the highest quality dental healthcare. We will provide you with a thorough treatment plan before you commit to any treatment.

We accept most insurance coverage and, for your convenience, will accept payment from the insurance company.  We also accept cash, Discover, American Express, MasterCard and Visa. If you have any questions about payment, please check with our front office prior to your appointment.

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Some Factors You Should Know About Tooth Decay.

Tooth decay takes place when bacteria damages the outer surface of the tooth. The following factors will increase your risk of tooth decay:

  1. Poor Oral Hygiene
  2. Eating & Drinking Too much Sugar.
  3. Not Seeing The Dentist On A Regular Basis.

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If you feel you have a cavity or cavities contact your Dentist. If a cavity goes untreated it can lead to tooth loss and possible infections of the mouth.

The best way to prevent tooth decay is to practice daily oral hygiene with brushing & flossing. It’s also best to limit your intake of snacks and eat balanced nutritional meals. Keeping your mouth healthy can help sustain your overall health. The ADA recommends you visit a Dentist twice a year for cleanings and regular oral exams.

If you have questions contact us today to schedule an appointment & discuss possible tooth decay issues. We pride ourselves in providing a caring and compassionate setting in which you can choose the highest quality dental healthcare. We are accepting new patients! Call us at 317-897-3500.