Meet Your Doctor

Dr. Kugar is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio.  She graduated from Butler University, Indiana School of Dentistry, and obtained a Masters in Pediatric Dentistry from the Indiana University Pediatric Dental Program.  Dr. Kugar is Board Certified in Pediatric Denistry and is a Diplomate of the American College of Dentists.  She has been very involved in Advocacy for Children's dental health issues.  Dr. Kugar is married and has twins, Meredith and Alex.  Interest in children and their oral health care needs are reasons that Dr. Kugar entered into the dental profession.  Dr. Kugar truly enjoys working with children and looks forward to meeting your and your child!
We are conveniently located at 116th and Cumberland Road right off of I-69 in Fishers, IN.  We see Children from infancy through college years. The first dental visit, as recommended by the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics, is at approximately one year of age.  This is an ideal time for the dentist to carefully examine the development of your child’s teeth and mouth. 

Our goal is to have a lasting, positive impact on our patients. We serve the kids in a super fun, safe environment. We want our patients to be comfortable and feel at ease with our services. In all our work, we want to provide a dental experience like no other so kids will understand, from a very young age, that the dentist is a great place to go, and that oral health is very important throughout their lives.

Jennifer Kugar, DDS, MSD

Here at Dr. Kugar’s office we can help guide parents when and if the time is right for orthodontic care. We do some orthodontic cases here but we also work with excellent orthodontists who will assist in giving your child the best smile possible. 

Flexible hours and kid friendly equipment play a role in our office providing you with as much convenience as possible, as well as nitrous oxide sedation to help put your child at ease throughout their entire appointment. Some children are given nitrous oxide/oxygen or what you may know as laughing gas, to relax them for their dental treatment. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recognizes this technique as a very safe, effective way to help treat children’s dental needs.