Beavercreek Dental Group - Serving Beavercreek, Dayton, Fairborn, Riverside, Kettering OH areas

Thank you for visiting Beavercreek Dental Group, your experienced dentists in Beavercreek. Exceptional patient care, state-of-the-art equipment and a complete range of dental services-that's why our practice is recognized as one of the most professional and compassionate dental practices.

If you are looking for a caring, qualified dentist in Beavercreek and its surrounding areas of Dayton, Fairborn, Riverside, and Kettering, OH, then look no further. From your first contact with our office, you will notice that Beavercreek Dental Group is not your typical dentistry. We've worked hard to build an exceptional team of dedicated, caring and experienced professionals committed to the dental health of you and your family. At Beavercreek Dental Group, your comfort and confidence are just as important as your teeth. That's why we take great care of both the smile and the person behind it. Our mission is to provide the highest quality dentistry and patient care available. We offer a full range of treatment options that can be personalized to meet your unique needs and expectations. General Dentists, Dr. Charles H. Dean, DDS and Dr. Christopher A. Cripe, DDS, offer the highest quality dental care and treatments in.  Call our office at (937) 429-3160 to learn more about the variety of dental services we offer.

This website has been specifically designed to familiarize you with our staff and office procedures here at Beavercreek Dental Group. Check out our complete list of services, such as:

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Meet the Doctors

  • Charles H. Dean, Jr, DDS

    Dr. Dean received a Bachelor of Science degree from Wright State University in 1977. He then attended The Ohio State University College of Dentistry, receiving his doctorate in 1980.  See the Team page for more information.

  • Christopher A. Cripe, DDS

    Dr. Cripe received a Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Joseph's College in 1996. He then attended The Ohio State University College of Dentistry, receiving his doctorate in 2008. See the Team page for more information.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Beavercreek dental staff are very friendly and welcoming. I've been a patient there for 4 years and always walk out feeling like I got the best care available. I would definitely recommend BDG for your dental needs."
    James J.
  • "I just started going here less than 2 years ago for insurance reasons and have been very satisfied with the care I have received. The hygienist is gentle and knowledgeable. The facility is clean and up to date. The dentist is knowledgeable as well and very friendly."
    Jessie G.
  • "The staff at Beavercreek Dental have always been friendly and timely. Every experience we have had there has been excellent."
    Quincy C.
  • "From the moment you walk in until the moment you leave Beavercreek Dental Group gives exceptional service. Hands down the best dental group in Beavercreek."
    Shonelle H.
  • "My wife and I were greeted immediately upon arrival, brought back by hygienists on-time, and received exemplary care from both the hygienists and Dr Cripe. Dr Cripe thoroughly reviewed our care plan and provided prioritization of recommended procedures. Thank you for the great care!"
    Joseph H.
  • "Pleasant staff, excellent care, patient and concerned hygienist and dentist. I am excited to find such a great provider for my family."
    Catherine S.
  • "The dental cleaning was quick and easy. The dental assistant was very friendly and used a gentle touch. She explained what was being done and why. The dentist reviewed my dental issues with me, explaining in an easy to understand manner."
    Mark P.


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