We’re home town folks and we've fashioned our office to be like Council Bluffs-- down-to-earth and practical. You won't find high pressure or salesmanship here. We take the time to talk to you. We'll give you all the options, the pros and cons, the most modern as well as the basics, and you tell us what direction you want to take and when. When you are ready, we are ready-- not the other way around. Stop in; we're always ready to talk teeth!
Questions? Ready to schedule an appointment? Give us a call! (712) 328-1100.
December, 2017- Karen and Dr. Warner spoke to the IWCC dental assisting class about evidence based dentistry.
July, 2017- Dr. Warner's comments are featured in the Omaha World Herald article about WWI medicine; click here to read the story.
March, 2017- Dr. Warner attended continuing education regarding new information about dental implants.
January, 2017- Karen and Dr. Warner attended continuing education on dental pharmacology.
July, 2016- Dr. Warner interviewed by The Daily Nonpareil about tips for fearful dental patients. Click here to read the article.
July, 2016- Karen, Brooke, Barb and Dr. Warner volunteered as hosts of the Governor’s Volunteer awards; click here for photos.
May, 2016- Our office started collecting data for a study regarding improving the longevity of crowns in cooperation with the National Dental Practice Based Research Network.
April, 2016- Dr. Warner and Karen staffed a table at the Iowa Western Community College health fair.
February, 2016- Karen worked with Sue Norman from IWCC to create an exhibit about Dental Health Month at the Council Bluffs library. Click here for the story.
November, 2015- Karen, Stacy, Laura, Tiffanie and Dr. Warner cohosted a program at The Center about the history of healthcare in Council Bluffs. Click here for photos.
October, 2015- Hygienists Stacy and Laura are guests on the medical radio talk show "House Calls:" Click here to listen to their interview.
September, 2015- Laura, Heather, Tiffanie, Stacy, and Dr. Warner volunteered their services for the Iowa Dental Association's Mission of Mercy. Click here for photos.
July, 2015- The office partnered with University of Alabama in research study to determine the most effective ways to treat sensitive teeth.
March, 2015- Dr. Warner was a panelist for Ask the Experts at Edmundson hospital.
February, 2015- Our office is participating in a study of how best to treat cracked teeth as a part of the National Practice Based Research Network.
October, 2015- Dr. Warner interviewed on TV Channel 17.
September, 2014 staff attended continuing ed on advances in zirconia crowns.
April, 2014- Dr. Warner participated in a conference at the ADA headquarters in Chicago on ways to apply research to clinical practice.
November, 2013- Karen, Laura, and Dr. Warner attended periodontal disease continuing education.
June 2013- Dr. Warner is featured in “Our Neighbors;” click here.
April, 2013- The office sponsored refreshments for a reception honoring long time educator, R.H. Fanders. Karen organized the event; click here for photo.
Providing Family DentistryCouncil Bluffs.
"Our patients are our friends."
Our team… Caring in the office AND in the community...
(Right) Iowa Governor Terry Branstad, our office manager Karen DeForest, and Dr. Warner at the Governor’s Volunteer Awards ceremony.
Our office culture of caring doesn’t stop at the end of the work day. Dr. Warner and our staff are energetically engaged in the community through their volunteer work and involvement, making Council Bluffs and Iowa an even better place to live!
(Left) Heather at Mission of Mercy.
(Right) Stacy and Laura with their dental display at The Center.
(Above and left) Using aerial photos and old maps Mike and Karen put together a history of Lake Manawa for the Historical Society. Click on the photo of the 19th century swimmers (below) to see the brochure they put together.
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Haven't been to the dentist in awhile? That's OK! We won't make you feel bad about it. To make it easier for you to come in we're open over lunch hour and until 6 Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Click here for tips on how to get back into the dental habit!
Dentistry In the Headlines...
Dental Heatlh May Lower Cancer Risk!
A study published recently in Nurses Health using data from 120,000 nurses suggests those with gum disease or missing teeth are more likely to develop colorectal cancer or non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
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Karen setting up a display at city hall.