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501 E. Commercial Ave. Lowell, IN 46356
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Mon 12:30pm - 7:30pm
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Wed 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thu 9:00am - 7:30pm
Fri 7:00am - 12:00pm
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About Us

Pulver Dental Care SignageHere at Pulver Dental Care, we pride ourselves on providing top quality family and cosmetic dentistry. We are located in Lowell, IN, and have compassionately served our patients for over 35 years.

Our mission is to realize a shared vision of uncompromising excellence in dentistry. We listen to our customers and strive to earn their trust and respect at every visit. We are proud to offer dental services for children and adults such as Invisalign Clear Aligners. We want to exceed all of your expectations and foster a creative, compassionate, and professional environment. As a practice, we are always working to continuously improve ourselves on all levels. We appreciate and always welcome feedback from our patients.

  • Treating patients…not just teeth!
  • Strive for continuous improvement at all levels.
  • Listening to those we are privileged to serve.
  • Communication with the patient is key.
  • Let patients have a say in their oral health care plan.
  • Professional yet down to earth.

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Dental Photography
Dental photography is a crucial part of providing the best care and treatment for our patients. Using high-tech cameras enables our practitioners to take both profile as well as full-face pictures, in addition to covering all angles and areas within the mouth. These photographic images will help us properly assess and treat any of your dental needs.

Dental photography is comprised of two types: intraoral and extraoral. Both are used regularly to treat our patients.

Both extraoral and intraoral photography play a crucial role in providing the best treatment and service possible for our patients. Digital imaging enables our team to scan and share images with you, walking you through any diagnosis and discussing potential treatment options with you in real time.

Digital Radiography
Digital radiography is a major part of quality dental care. Digital X-rays give our team access to images that are sharp and vivid, which enhance the accuracy of any diagnosis. They also allow us to share these images with our patients to help you understand any proposed treatment plan.

Extraoral and Intraoral Digital Imaging - Extraoral radiography takes images from the outside of the mouth and is used to detect issues with the face, skull, and jaw. Intraoral digital imaging involves the insertion of sensors inside the mouth. There are many different types of intraoral radiographs, each of which show a different aspect of the teeth and can help to determine the proper diagnosis.

Intraoral Imaging
Digital imaging diagnostics are a critical part of the oral care process. Intraoral imaging is one of the most common components of an X-ray diagnostic process in dentistry. During this process, an image receptor is placed inside the patient's mouth and remains stationary while capturing clear radiographic images through X-ray exposure. These images are viewed by our dentist on either a monitor or tablet. Using this system allows us to obtain high-quality images of each patient's teeth and jaw. This allows
us to make the best decisions regarding treatment approaches while relaying the visual information to the patient in a comprehensive manner.

How It Works
Using an intraoral imaging system, your dentist will incorporate a technique known as 'paralleling'. This method involves placing an X-ray film parallel to a tooth or teeth and using the intraoral sensor to scan perpendicularly. Films can be placed at a variety of angles and in a multitude of locations, each time re-angling the sensor in order to achieve the highest quality image. This can be done quickly, producing images nearly instantaneously.

What is It Used For?
Intraoral imaging systems are used to aid a variety of diagnostics including assessing inflammation of the gums, producing dental views of the bitewing, occlusal, full mouth, and periapical, as well as determining an endodontic file location. This system is not only used by dentists, but also orthodontists, periodontists, prosthodontics, and oral surgeons.

Benefits for Patients
When we can be faster, more efficient, and provide a visual aid to our patients, both parties benefit. High-quality imaging systems guarantee contrast and spatial resolution of images, which allows us to maintain our high standards of excellent customer service and care.

Foods That Could Be Wrecking Havoc
Hopefully, you take pride in your beautiful, healthy smile and plan to take care of it as best as you can. Along with a good at-home oral care routine and regular dental visits, what you eat and drink can greatly affect your teeth. While you may be aware of the dangers of candy and other sugary snacks, there are also many other food groups you should be wary of as well.

Foods to watch out for
One danger for your teeth in different foods, even healthy ones, is acidity levels. Very acidic foods and drinks can damage your tooth enamel and/or stain your teeth.
Here is a list of acidic foods and drinks you may want to limit in your diet:

  • Citrus fruits (Lemons, Limes, Oranges)
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Wine
  • Beer
  • Soda
  • Tomatoes

While these foods are fine in moderation, just keep in mind that you don’t want to over-do it and risk hurting your smile.

Sugary or sticky foods, as stated previously can also harm your teeth, as they are harder to clean off of your teeth and can cause plaque build-up. Avoid them as much as you can, or be sure to thoroughly brush and floss your teeth after eating.

Beware of Ice!
One of the worst and also most common bad dental habits that people often do is chewing on ice. Ice can greatly damage and easily chip your teeth. Chewing ice can also wreak havoc on your enamel and existing cavities and fillings. It can cause problems with your jaw and lead to tooth sensitivity as well.

Pulver Dental Care encourages our patients to maintain a varied diet with plenty of fruits and veggies and keep the health of their teeth in mind when choosing what to eat and drink. Maintaining a healthy smile comes from years of good habits, including what you eat!

Childrens Dental Tips
As a parent, it is essential to instill good dental habits in your children early on. Maintaining a consistent oral hygiene routine can prevent cavities, gum disease and other long term dental health complications. Here are some tips on making oral hygiene fun and getting your kids to care about their teeth:

Find Fun Educational Movies
Nothing really captures a child’s attention like their favorite cartoon. Looking for shows or movies that illustrate good oral hygiene practices and that paint the dentist in a positive light will encourage your kids to take care of their teeth.

Let Your Child Choose Their Own Toothbrush
Make brushing fun by permitting your children to pick their own toothbrushes. A toothbrush with his or her favorite Disney princess or superhero will make brushing fun! Make sure to stick to softer bristled brushes for children’s teeth and to replace them every few months.

Sing and Dance!
Brushing teeth in the morning and before bed time doesn’t have to be a chore, it can be fun! Get creative, make a song that you sing with your child before they brush. By creating these fun rituals together, you will make oral hygiene an enjoyable and memorable part of your child’s day.

Or, you can let your kids play their favorite song while they brush so they can dance and brush along to the music. There are even apps you can get that play two-minute versions of popular songs to keep your kids looking forward to brushing their teeth.

Bring Your Child Along To Your Dental Visits
Bring your child along to your dental visits so that he or she can get comfortable with the process of having your teeth cleaned and x-rays taken. You can show them that it’s not scary and can even be fun! By showing the positive aspects of dental visits, you will demonstrate to your child that the dentist office is safe and happy place.

For additional dental tips for your children, contact Pulver Dental Care in Lowell, IN at (219)-228-1293! We love helping kids feel comfortable and excited about going to the dentist!

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    Our Team

    Patient Coordinator
    Carrie is a patient coordinator who schedules patients, manages financials, and assists in treatment planning. She is a dental careers graduate with over 20 years in the dental field. Carrie loves the team at Pulver Dental Care because each person fills an important position doing what they do best, as well as caring about each other. She also enjoys meeting new people and helping patients. She feels her role is the right match for her skills and personality, as she is skilled at listening to people and understanding her patients’ needs. Carrie has been married for over 24 years to her best friend. She is also a mother of four, a dog mom, and a grandma. Her husband is a church planter, and she enjoys working alongside him and supporting him in his work. She also enjoys coffee, crochet, dogs, and sunshine! Someday, she would love to visit Niagara Falls and the Grand Canyon with her husband.
    Patient Coordinator
    Tracy works at the front desk at Pulver Dental Care, where she helps guide patients in the right direction for good dental health, meets and greets new people, and helps provide patients with information to make an informed decision on their dental treatment options. She chose to work in this industry because of the challenges and transformations she sees from patients every day. She enjoys that everyone at the office works together as a team with the same goal of top patient care. When not working, Tracy enjoys spending time with her husband, Dan, her two sons, Bill and Ryan, her Boston terrier, Lilly, and her pugshire, Lucy. She also enjoys traveling anywhere with a palm tree and watching her son play baseball. Someday, she would love to travel to Maldives and Fiji.
    Korey has been with our practice for 8 years now. Korey has three Boston Terriers named Tina, Toby, and Finch. Korey loves hot wings and spends her free time working out and spending time with her family. She loves country music and her favorite kids movie is ``Bee Movie.`` Korey is a people person, and enjoys connecting with her patients and helping them be at ease during their visits. Her personal dental philosophy is “Even if your teeth are not perfect, they are yours. You should do everything possible to take care of them so that you can keep them forever.
    Alicia has worked as a dental assistant at Pulver Dental Care since 2019, where she places fillings, assists Dr. Pulver, sterilizes instruments, and makes patients feel comfortable. She holds an expanded functions dental assistant certification, as well as certifications in radiology and coronal polishing. She chose to work in the dental field because she wanted to follow in her mom’s footsteps (Kim, who is also a dental assistant at Pulver Dental Care). She loves that it feels like everyone she works with is like family and that she can establish great relationships with her patients. When not working, Alicia spends time with her older dog, Penny, and her puppy, Oliver. She also enjoys binge-watching shows on Netflix. Someday, Alicia would love to ride an elephant and visit Barcelona!
    Dental Assistant
    Kim Redmon is a dental assistant who has worked at our practice for the last 31 years. She is married to Grover and they have two children, Alicia and Zach. She is also the proud pet mom of Jasper, her 4 ½ pound Yorkipoo. Kim grew up on a produce farm and used to be an assistant horse trainer. In her free time now, she likes to garden, read, and crochet. Her favorite song is 'Don’t Stop Believin'' by Journey. Kim enjoys meeting new people and her personal dental philosophy is to treat each patient with kindness and honesty.