The Gorman Center for Fine Dentistry


The best job in the world is the job you love to do. For Dr. Steve Gorman, this means improving people’s smiles and solving minor and complex dental problems. His work is his passion.

Described by patients and staff as “even-keeled, thorough, detail-oriented, confident, and professional,” one of Dr. Gorman’s greatest assets is his excellent sense of humor.

“We like to make it fun while we’re doing serious care,” he explains. “A good sense of humor makes everything better.”

The staff at The Gorman Center for Fine Dentistry, located in North Oaks, creates perfectly natural smiles by utilizing porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, implant dentistry, bonded resins, and one-visit computer generated digital restorations—in whatever combination is necessary—in order to get the best-looking, most efficient results.

The talented dentist—with 27 years of experience—stresses the importance of staying up-to-date on all current techniques and materials, such as sedation dentistry (making a trip to the dentist more comfortable than ever), and technological advances like digital photography, radiography and impressions, as well as the fabrication of in-house computer-generated restorations.

And just as important as the clinical treatment itself is the way in which patients are treated. At The Gorman Center for Fine Dentistry, the team shares a common vision of providing empathetic, comfortable care in a warm, friendly environment.

Dr. Steve Gorman

The Gorman Center for Fine Dentistry
700 Village Center Drive, Suite 100
North Oaks, MN 55127
1-877-733-4635 •

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Much is understood about the “system” that consists of teeth, gums, bite, jaw joints, jaw bones, facial muscles, ligaments, chewing, and smile aesthetics. Each separate function is somehow related or intertwined with another. If you want the best care in dentistry in 2008, make sure your dentist evaluates your mouth as a system. For instance, there is research-based evidence of a relationship between periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease, as well as a causative affect of human papillomavirus and an increase in oral cancer.

Seek comprehensive care, not just “tooth to tooth” crisis dentistry.