Continuing Education

Each of our doctors are committed to keeping their minds fresh and their skills current. Here, you can explore which new areas of dentistry each doctor is currently pursuing. You can keep up with the Continuing Education courses that they have recently attended or are soon attending. If you see a topic that you would like to know more about, please give us a call or send us a message.


Dental Laser Therapy

April 2sirolaser2016- Dr. Kelli Blank flew to Phoenix, AZ for continued training on the SIROLaser Advance, a powerful diode laser that has many uses in dentistry.  From gum surgeries to root canals, this piece of technology is on the leading edge of modern dentistry, designed to make procedures take less time and have more predictable outcomes while providing maximized patient comfort.


Dental Implantsimplant

October 2015- Dr. Kelli Blank has been brushing up on her skills with recent courses in placing and restoring dental implants.
Implants are the absolute best way to replace a missing tooth. The procedure is quick and the down-time is minimal. If you have dentures and are tired of them not staying in place, dental implants may be able to help. If you have a missing tooth you would like replaced, please schedule a consultation to see if a dental implant is an option for you.


Total Facial Estheticsfac

January 2016- Dr. Kelli Blank has completed advanced training through the American Academy of Facial Esthetics and is now certified to place Botox and Dermal Fillers for the treatment of dental therapeutics, smile enhancement and total facial esthetics.


Digital Dentistryus-ipad-1-cerec-30

Spetember 2015- Dr. Mark Brunk and Dr. Kelli Blank attended Cerec30 in Las Vegas, NV. This major dental conference brought together the digital dentistry masterminds of the world.  To learn more about Cerec, check out the "Our Lab" tab at the top of the page.



Sleep Apnea & Other Dental Sleep Medicinesleep-apnea

Fall 2015- Dr. Mike Lask attended courses on Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine & Obstructive Sleep Apnea this Fall. If you are suffering from Sleep Apnea and hate your CPAP machine, he will be happy to chat with you about the newest and most comfortable options for oral dental appliances to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea.