Choosing the right dental care provider to meet your smile needs is an important decision. At our office, our doctors and our entire staff want to create a dental experience that will exceed all your expectations.
It is our goal to make each patient an active participant in the healthcare decision-making process. We believe in working with you to understand your dental health needs and goals and to create a treatment plan that improves your life. We do everything possible to ensure you are comfortable while you are in our care. We believe in treating each patient with kindness, dignity, respect, compassion and we take great pride in the quality of our work.
Dr. Raj Kulkarni has more than 20 years of experience and is committed to providing his patients with reassuring results. He stresses that prevention and early detection decreases many problems that otherwise would need more extensive treatment later on.
He is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine and received his D.M.D. degree in 1994. He went on to specialize in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine.
Since completing the specialized training in 1997, he has worked in orthodontics and is continually implementing the latest in the field of orthodontics to bring about the best results and personalized care to his patients.
Dr. Saritha Ketepalle completed her Dentistry Degree from Bangalore, India and worked there for 8 years prior to moving to the United States. Returning back to Dental School, she graduated from Arthur A Dugoni School of Dentistry, University of Pacific, San Francisco, receiving her Doctorate Degree and completed a year of Advanced Education in General Dentistry at Lutheran Medical Center, NYC. She has worked in general dentistry in the state of Connecticut, for the past 5 years.
Dr. Ketepalle had the opportunity to work with underprivileged populations, both in India and the United States. She also attended a Special Care Clinical rotations. This Clinic is for groups and individuals who have difficulty maintaining good oral health or accessing oral health services, because of medical, physical, socio-economic and geographic limitations. This gave her an insight into the problems faced by these groups of people and the complexities involved in treating them.
Outside of dentistry, she enjoys traveling, meditation and yoga, cooking, table tennis, and badminton.