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Offering patients a kind and compassionate dental experience that consistently imparts the highest quality of dental care. A practice that provides the most innovative technology, while maintaining a welcoming and approachable environment. 

Why Stephanie Skopek DDS?

We create a personalized dental experience that leaves you smiling.                                  A sincere thank you for entrusting us with your dental care.  Your overall health is directly affected by your oral health. One of our goals is to educate and guide you to be your healthiest self.

Featured Services

We offer an array of services from Esthetic Dentistry such as Teeth Whitening and Veneers to TMJ Trigger Point Therapy, plus much more! To learn more about the dental services we offer, click here!

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Hours of Operation

We understand that sometimes your schedule may need special accommodation. Please let us know if this is the case.

Stephanie Skopek DDS

Monday:

9:00 AM-4:00 PM

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-4:00 PM

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

9:00 AM-4:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM-2:00 PM

Saturday:

Available by appointment

Sunday:

Closed

Meet the Doctor

  • Stephanie Skopek
    DDS

    Stephanie received a Bachelor of Science degree (BSc) from The University of Waterloo in 1989, a DDS degree from McGill University in 1993 and completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency at the University of Minnesota in 1994.

Testimonials

    I couldn’t recommend Dr. Stephanie Skopek more highly. Her gentle manner and attention to every detail of the process, in particular her personally cleaning my teeth at my first appointment, was a kind of dental care that I have never received before! You can truly feel and see Dr. Skopek’s passion for her work and how important it is to her that her patients are comfortable and relaxed through the entire appointment. The cutting edge technology she employs in her office combined with her personal attention gave me a great sense that I was being well taken care of and that she would be able to foresee any potential problems with my dental health and inform me so I could make changes. In particular, as a longtime sufferer of TMJ, the trigger point therapy with Botox treatments provided instant relief from the pain and tension in my jaw, neck and shoulders. Having grown accustomed to tightness in my jaw and dull ache in my head and neck many days, it was truly life changing to feel the release and absence of pain. Knowing that Dr. Skopek is always engaging in continuing education and keeping abreast of the latest treatments gives me great confidence that she is my dentist. 

    Patient for life!

    Dr. Skopek made my daughter's first visit to the dentist fun and stress free. She explained everything she was going to do before she did it, let my daughter ask questions and made her feel so comfortable.  I was nervous about how she would react to this new experience but it went way better than I could ever have anticipated.  Dr. Skopek is a pro and I'm so happy that we have found our family dentist!

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