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Welcome to Decatur Family Dentistry, Your Dentist in Indianapolis, Indiana

Taking the 'DECAY' out of Decatur.

Decatur Family Dentistry Staff | Indianapolis, IN Dentist

Welcome to Decatur Family Dentistry. We are your local dental practice serving the dental needs in Indianapolis, Camby, Mooresville, and Plainfield.

Our practice is completely patient-oriented to make the best of your visit. We provide a full range of dental services for children and adults, including general dentistry, pediatric dentistry, and oral surgery. We have expertise in cosmetic, esthetic and implant dentistry.

We strive to provide the best treatment for our patients needs in order to restore dental health, function and aesthetics. We specialize in Dental Crowns, Teeth Extractions, Tooth Pain Treatment, Emergency Dentistry, and Root Canals.

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  • Dr
    Jeffrey Taylor

    Dr. Jeffrey Taylor grew up in Greenwood, Indiana, graduating from Center Grove in 2002. Dr. Taylor graduated from Indiana University - Bloomington, Indiana in 2007 with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. At IUPUI, Dr. Taylor went on to earn a Master of Science in Biology prior to graduating from Indiana University School of Dentistry in 2014.

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  • What is TMJ/TMD?

    The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint connecting the lower jaw (mandible) to the skull (temporal bone). The lower jaw and the skull are connected by a number of muscles and ligaments, which function in harmony with each other if the lower jaw is in the correct position. The head ...

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  • What is Sleep Apnea?

    SNORING AND SLEEP APNEA In September 1995 the American Sleep Disorder Association (ASDA) endorsed oral appliance therapy as the third currently acceptable treatment modality for snoring and sleep apnea. The two most common solutions include continuous positive air pressure or the removal of either the ...

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  • Whitening

    Get that Bright White Smile you've always wanted... Sometimes it seems that no matter how much you brush you can't seem to brighten your smile. The problem is not that your teeth are unclean, it's actually staining or the natural discoloration of your teeth. Teeth can darken for a number ...

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  • Treatment of TMD

    Discussion and examination take place at the initial consultation appointment when the patient reports time of onset, duration and intensity of pain in the affected area. The examination explores the pattern of jaw movement to detect sounds and tenderness to gentle pressure. Further diagnostic testing ...

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  • Symptoms of TMD

    TMJ disorders have been called the "Great Impostors" due to the fact that many of the symptoms have overlapping characteristics, which often mimic other conditions. Because these symptoms masquerade so many other conditions, many people travel from medical doctor to medical specialist in ...

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  • Treatments

    COMMON METHODS OF OSA TREATMENT 1.Oral Appliance Therapy 2. Continuous Positive Air pressure (CPAP) 3. Surgical Removal of Excess Palatal Tissue (UPPP) or the Laser Assisted Removal of the Uvula (LAUP) Clearly, the largest number of patients suffering from obstructive sleep apnea are in the ...

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  • Self-Assesssment Test

    Here are a few questions you may want to ask yourself, to help determine if you have any symptoms: Do you get an unusual amount of headaches? Y N Do you have a grating, clicking or popping sound in either or both jaw joints, ...

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  • Orthodontics

    Orthodontics is usually our Second Phase of treatment, following the use of functional appliances. The braces would now be placed to move the teeth into alignment to support the development of the bone achieved in the first phase of treatment. The second phase of treatment is initiated when ...

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  • Invisible Braces

    The value of an attractive smile should not be underestimated! This patient is wearing the "new" invisible braces. Our office offers the latest advancements in invisible orthodontic braces. This newest development in orthodontic technology allows you to smile with confidence throughout ...

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  • Headaches In Children

    Numerous children today suffer from headaches, which are frequently caused by a structural imbalance between the upper and lower jaws. The three main types of structural imbalances include a narrow upper arch, a deficient lower jaw and patients who have a vertical problem, evidenced by a ...

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Always a pleasure going to my appointment. And they motivate me to take very good care of my teeth myself, in order to continue getting good reports!"
  • "They are very professional and the nicest. I highly recommend them."
  • "I'm always satisfied with the dental care I receive at Decatur Family Dentistry. The friendly, professional manner of all staff is icing on the cake."
  • "Workers there are friendly."
  • "Staff was great, dentist great, procedure couldn’t have went any smoother. Highly recommended."
  • "Everyone in the office from the receptionist to the dental hygienist are very pleasant and professional. Even though I didn't see Dr. Taylor the substitute Dentist was pleasant as well."
  • "The best dental practice with the greatest staff! They always make you feel comfortable and welcomed."
  • "I had some fillings redone. The gentleman that completed it along with Dr. Taylor was fantastic. Friendly, communicative, reassuring and left me feeling more confident about my smile than when I arrived. I couldn’t be happier!"

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Decatur Family Dentistry


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm