Dr. Ned A. Nippoldt

    Photo by Steve Wewerka

    Ned A. Nippoldt, DDS, of Woodbury-based Centre for Distinctive Dentistry knows that a healthy smile affects a person’s overall well-being, and a confident smile has the power of changing a person’s physical appearance and self-esteem. A nice smile can make a huge impact in a person’s life.

    A member of seven professional dental associations, Dr. Nippoldt is trained to understand smile design and neuromuscular bite so that his patients’ smiles look natural and function effectively. He has taken advanced dental courses in cosmetic dentistry, neuromuscular dentistry, implant dentistry, cosmetic dentures, and endodontics, and is constantly looking for ways to improve the lives of his clients.

    One way the Centre for Distinctive Dentistry improves lives is by offering patients a whole-mouth approach to achieving a beautiful smile that will last a lifetime.

    “By this I mean we look at the conditions  our patients present, their dental health, and their dreams for how they want their smile to look, and we put together a plan to help them achieve those dreams,†explains Dr. Nippoldt.

    His staff truly cares about each patient, offering special treatments for nervous patients, and advanced techniques–such as the use
    of lasers.

    “Every patient is so different,†Dr. Nippoldt says. “What I enjoy most about my job is developing relationships with my patients and seeing how what we have to offer truly changes their lives for the better.â€


    Q. What do you consider your biggest accomplishment to date?

    Professionally, my biggest accomplishment has been to grow and develop a practice that maintains my vision of helping people to achieve their dreams. It is based on my belief that I always offer the same type of care I would want for my own
    family members.

    Q. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
    A. I love dentistry. I see myself continuing to help my patients achieve their dreams for healthy, beautiful smiles.

    Q. What, in your opinion, does it mean to be a Trendsetter?
    A. I believe that being a Trendsetter means one has the courage to be a visionary who cares enough to explore new ideas and offer the best of what is available now, along with the best of cutting-edge developments in order to improve the lives of ones clients.

    Q. What, from your experience, do you consider the keys to success?
    A. Never compromising one’s values and always doing what’s in the patient’s best interest.

    Q. What advice do you have for those just starting in the field?
    A. Dentistry is a very exciting field, but never think you know it all. Always be willing to learn new and better techniques.

    Q. What expression best describes your philosophy on life?
    A. Always do what’s best for others.

    Centre for Distinctive Dentistry – Ned A. Nippoldt, DDS, PA

    8375 City Centre Drive – Woodbury, MN 55125
    651-739-8573 – www.drnippoldt.com