We are open - safety is our top priority!
We have been providing you and your entire family exceptional dental care in La Porte for over 30 years.
Our professional full-service dentistry paired with our remarkable patient care is a winning combination. At The Dental Center of La Porte we strive to make your visit to our office a smile-worthy experience.
At The Dental Center of La Porte, we begin seeing patients as early as age 12-18 months. Establishing rewarding and lasting relationships with our patients is important to us. We pledge excellence in all we do, and we are looking forward to helping you make the most of your smile now and for all the years to come. Experience the difference with The Dental Center of La Porte.
We recognize patient safety as an essential component of quality oral health care for infants, children, adolescents and those with special health needs. We are in compliance or exceed infection control guidelines of the federal government for dental health care settings in order to prevent disease transmission from patient to care provider, from care provider to patient, and from patient to patient.
We have routine state inspection of all our radiological equipment and have developed emergency and fire safety protocols, and have annual inspections by township officials.
We also have ongoing quality improvement strategies by the routine assessment of risk, adverse events, and mistakes with a plan for reduction and improvement in patient safety and satisfaction.
All of our staff are licensed by the appropriate state licensing board after fulfilling their educational and examination requirements. They have many years of experience and are required to take continuing education related to their practice, which includes being informed of advances in sterilization and infection control techniques.
Our La Porte Office is Easy to Find
From Indiana Ave/Hwy 39, head toward South Ave. and take a right onto Osborne St. for a half mile, and then take a left onto Michigan Ave. We are on the corner of Noble and Michigan, in a brown building across from St. Peters.