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KARMAZIN DENTAL

Dr. Corey Karmazin

KARMAZIN DENTAL

Dr. Corey Karmazin

Dr. Corey Karmazin

I am Dr. Corey Karmazin. I attended the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry and graduated in 2002.  Molly and I relocated to Sioux Falls and founded Karmazin Dental in 2003.  My interest in dentistry started from a very young age. I helped at my dad’s dental clinic in Norfolk, NE throughout high school and during the summer while I was in college.

 

Dentistry, like many industries, has seen many advancements in recent years. I strive to continue to have access to top of the line advanced training programs and continuing education in order to best treat my patients. My goal is to be at the forefront of new technology and scientifically evidence based dentistry. Molly and I complete the majority of our advanced training together. This sets us apart because we take a team approach to patient care.  There is great value of a second set of eyes and opinion on cases that are especially challenging.  Molly and I have extensive training in treating worn teeth and rehabilitating smiles.  I have put over 100 hours into studying sleep disordered breathing and how that has a direct link to increased risk of heart attacks as well as strokes. Working closely alongside sleep physicians to find the best treatment plan for our patients helps us to minimize these risks for the patient. My most recent advanced training is in the field of dental implantology (tooth replacement therapy).  I have logged over 150 hours of advanced training in placing and restoring dental implants since 2020.  Being able to care for patients from tooth loss to implant placement and eventual tooth replacement has removed a big barrier some patients have about multiple office treatment.

 

When not at the office you can usually find us with our three kids. We spend time outside as a family swimming, having bonfires, and taking walks around the neighborhood. I enjoy listening to podcasts in my free time as well.  My favorite podcasts are anything dental or Star Wars related.