Welcome to Stow Family Dentists, the office of Dr. Margaret Klepacz. Our mission is to maintain healthy and beautiful smiles, and to provide the highest quality dental care available today to keep your smile looking and functioning at its best. Whether you’re in need of urgent dental care, a routine cleaning, or anything in between, we are your one stop source for oral care for your whole family.
As your dentist in Stow, we provide skillful, attentive, and highly individualized care for each and every one of our patients. We take the time to carefully review your treatment options and address any questions or concerns you may have. We understand that patients who make well informed decisions about their oral health care stand to benefit the most from treatment. Furthermore, we strive to make your dental care experience a positive one by taking every measure to provide for your comfort and to accommodate your budget.
Our office has become the top choice of so many as their dentist in Stow. Welcoming patients of all ages to our practice, we look forward to your family becoming part of ours! Please feel free to contact us if you need any additional information or to schedule an appointment.
If your teeth suffer from gaps, chips, stains, or discolorations you may be a candidate for porcelain veneers, a highly effective and minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that can achieve beautiful results.Learn more
CEREC® offers convenient, faster and more comfortable care to provide a range of high-quality, same-day restorations including ceramic crowns, inlays and onlays.Learn more
Losing a tooth due to injury, dental decay, or gum disease can happen. However, in order to avoid causing problems for the adjacent teeth and your overall dental health, it is important to replace the tooth that has been lost.Learn more
Teeth that have been stained or darkened by food, tobacco use, age, medications or injury can be lightened and brightened by means of a non-invasive process known as teeth whitening.Learn more
Today, dental lasers are being increasingly used to treat tooth decay, periodontal disease, perform biopsies or the removal of oral lesions, to cure restorative (filling) materials, as well as to activate in-office teeth whitening systems.Learn more
Periodontal disease damages the surrounding soft tissues and bone that support the teeth. It is predominantly caused by the accumulation of bacteria, mucus and other particles in the form of plaque or tartar that sit between the teeth and the gums.Learn more