Dr. Steve Boger


9413 36th Ave. N.
New Hope, MN 55427

Providing a state-of-the-art, high-tech dental facility to patients in minnesota.

Dr. Steve Boger has always had the vision of providing highly-personalized care in a state-of-the-art, high-tech dental facility for patients in Minnesota. Through hard work and perseverance, his vision has become a reality. Today, his nationally-recognized practice in New Hope, which now includes his son, Dr. Chad Boger, provides the full gamut from general dentistry to comprehensive cosmetic and restorative procedures.

With a long list of impressive credentials, it’s not hard to see why Dr. Steve Boger was recognized by his peers as a “topDentist.”

As founder of the Boger Center for Professional Development, he has provided advanced training to over 100 dental practices from around the nation. He has lectured at the University of Minnesota’s School of Dentistry Post Graduate program and supports initiatives like an annual team mission trip to provide free dental services in Puerto Rico, fundraising for Smile Network International, hosting the American Dental Association’s “Give Kids a Smile” and “Give Back a Smile” efforts to support victims of domestic abuse, and has changed the lives of hundreds of patients. He is a frequent guest in the media helping to keep our community on the forefront of exciting advances in the field and for offering his patients the best of the best, including i-CAT advanced 3D imaging, “a scan that will eventually make other dental x-rays obsolete,” the CariFree system to prevent tooth decay, VisiLite rinse technology, and Durathin prepless veneers.

Boger is quick to point out that his success is due—in large part—to a caring, talented, highly skilled team consisting of “first-round draft picks.”

And while he strongly values long-term relationships with his patients and loves what he does, at the end of the day, he says it’s all about his family.

“Raising a family of bright young people who can stand on their own two feet is my greatest accomplishment,” he says. “I’m just so proud of them.”