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  • Why Are Dental Implants Important?
    Are you wondering whether or not you should get this amazing tooth replacement? A lot of people have heard about dental implants but aren’t quite sure what they are or how Read more
  • Dental Implants, Veneers and Teeth Whitening
    What do dental implants in Timonium, MD, have in common with porcelain veneers and professional teeth whitening? Well, all 3 services are expertly delivered at Paul W. Karpovich DDS Family Read more
  • Say Goodbye to Your Dental Stains
    Would you like a whiter smile in just 45 minutes? Zoom teeth whitening, available in Dr. Paul Karpovich's Timonium, MD, dental office, offers impressive results. Dr. Karpovich explains how Zoom Read more
  • The Benefits Of Dental Implants
    The most common side effects of tooth loss are well known - it will ruin your smile and affect the ability to eat many of your favorite foods. In many cases it Read more
  • What To Do In A Dental Emergency
    Dental emergencies are common for patients who are involved in sports or who have had past dental problems. Some patients think that the best course of action is to go Read more
  • A Straighter Smile On Your Terms
    How Invisalign treatment from your Timonium dentist can give you a straighter smile on your terms Traditional metal braces used to be the only option for straightening your teeth. Although metal Read more
  • Fix Dental Imperfections With One Procedure
    Find out how dental veneers could transform your smile. Chips and cracks can leave so much to be desired when it comes to your smile. While minor imperfections don’t usually affect Read more
  • What You Eat Has a Huge Effect On Your Smile
    If you're trying to stay healthy by watching what you eat, you're on the right track to better health. But in addition to considering your weight, Dr. Paul Karpovich, your Read more
  • A Lost Tooth Doesn't Have to Mean a Lost Smile
    You may not feel that you have much to smile about after you lose a teeth, particularly if the gap is obvious every time you open your mouth. Luckily, dental Read more
  • What to Do During a Dental Emergency?
    If you’re experiencing a dental emergency, don’t delay in taking action. Getting treatment as soon as possible could be the difference between keeping or losing a tooth--and it can even Read more
  • The Benefits of Veneers
    How Can Dental Veneers Help My Smile? The benefits of dental veneers Do you have a smile that is not as white and sparkling as it once was? Do you have teeth Read more
  • Invisalign FAQs
    By now, you've probably heard about the exciting tooth correction treatment called Invisalign that Paul W. Karpovich DDS, P.A. and other Timonium area dentists offer, but you may not fully Read more
  • What to Do When Your Veneer Pops Off
    You enjoy the great look your porcelain veneers give your smile. Those custom-made thin shells of dental grade porcelain cover some chips and staining in your all-important "smile zone" at Read more
  • How Dental Implants Preserve Jaw Bone?
    If you are missing one or more teeth, your Timonium dentist Dr. Paul W. Karpovich may have suggested dental implants to restore your smile and your bite. Dental implants are Read more
  • How Misaligned Teeth Can Damage Your Health
    Find out if it’s time you got orthodontic treatment in Timonium. In a perfect world everyone would have the healthiest, straightest smiles, unfortunately, this is not the case. While a crooked, Read more
  • How Implants Revolutionize Removable Dentures
    Paul W. Karpovich DDS is a general dentist in Timonium who specializes in fitting patients with custom dentures. Many of his patients are also interested in dental implants. The latest Read more

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1st floor of the Texas Station Building, near the intersection of Padonia Road & Beaver Dam Rd., near the entrance to Lowe's and Sam's Club

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Dr. Karpovich's Dental Office


9:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-4:00 pm


11:00 am-7:00 pm


9:00 am-5:00 pm


10:00 am-2:00 pm

(for administration and surgery)