Park Dental Roseville
We're just east of 35W and County Road C at the intersection of Fairview Avenue and County Road C in the Roseville Medical and Dental Center. Get Directions
About Park Dental Roseville
Park Dental Roseville has proudly been providing dental care to patients in Roseville, Falcon Heights, Little Canada, New Brighton, Shoreview, and the surrounding communities since 1985. Our dentists are passionate about dentistry and committed to making your dental visit as pleasant as possible. In addition to offering preventative dental care, we also offer services such as teeth whitening and cosmetic enhancements to help you achieve a beautiful smile. We also perform extractions, root canals, periodontal treatment, and emergency dental care. Park Dental Roseville is a preferred provider for most insurance companies and offers early morning and evening appointments to best accommodate your schedule. We also take pride in reserving our Saturdays for children’s hygiene appointments, allowing your kids to be seen in a fun, relaxed setting. You’ll find us conveniently located east of 35W and County Road C, at the Intersection of Fairview Avenue and County Road C. Call our Roseville practice today to schedule an appointment.
Park Dental Roseville in the Community
Girls and Science
As a community service initiative, Park Dental partnered with the Science Museum and Fox 9 to introduce children to Science and Technology on Saturday, October 15th at the Science Museum in St. Paul.
It is a day set aside with dozens of interactive, hands-on experiments to inspire and educate girls in the careers available in Science and Technology including a special interactive demonstration performed by our Park Dental Doctors, Dental Assistants and Dental Hygienists. Over 12,000 children and their parents attended this event featuring Scientists in wide-ranging fields of Science and Technology.
In the photo, Dr. Michael Weisbrod assists with a hands on activity.
Boy Scouts Dentistry Merit Badge
Dr. Lee Lutterman volunteers time with the local Boy Scouts troop to assist them in earning their dentistry merit badge. In the photo, Dr. Lutterman informs members of the Cobra Patrol about the different types of dental filing materials used to restore a tooth that has either been broken or has had tooth decay.
Dr. Lutterman also teaches the scouts how to make athletic mouth guards to protect their teeth from sports related injuries. Some scouts have expressed interest in becoming future dentists. They even had the opportunity to practice on a plastic model.