Member News: Dentistry Just For Kids And Orthodontics Welcomes New Doctor

Wabash Valley’s “Dentistry Just for Kids” and Orthodontics and Dr. Steven M. Pilipovich is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Adam S. Ungaro, Pediatric Dentist.

Continuing to provide top notch dental care as the only Pediatric Dentist in the area, Dr. Steve (as his patients know him) is happy to welcome “Dr. Adam” to the Wabash Valley.

Dr. Adam grew up on the east coast on Grand Island; just outside of Buffalo, NY. He completed his undergraduate studies at Liberty University in Virginia and then returned home to attend the University of Buffalo; School of Dental Medicine. Following the completion of his doctoral studies, Dr. Adam pursued his specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry at the Women and Children’s Hospital at Buffalo.

He is a member of the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. He is also a candidate for the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Adam has a passion for outreach both locally and abroad and has participated in service trips to Guatemala, Belize, Dominican Republic and rural Appalachia in Tennessee. He enjoys staying active, spending time with his friends and family, traveling, and is an avid Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres fan.

“Dentistry Just for Kids” and Orthodontics has celebrated numerous changes this month. On September 14, 2015, Dr. Steve and wife Sandy unveiled the practice’s new location at 11th and Ohio Street. The new state-of-the-art facility is nearly a $2 million investment in the local economy and more importantly, an investment in the dental health of hundreds of local children.

“It was an easy decision,” Dr. Steve said of the new location. “We want to make an impact on the community with not only our facility but the services we provide. I have witnessed the resurgence of the downtown area and we wanted to contribution to its growth.”

A Terre Haute native, Dr. Steve has specialized in Pediatric Dentistry for infants, children, adolescents, and special needs children in the Wabash Valley for more than two decades. He has operated out of his former location at 800 Poplar Street for 24 years.