At Southeast Family Dental, we focus on building personal relationships with our patients, their families and friends, while providing lasting dental work that looks and feels great.

6020 Southeastern Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana 46203


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You’ll love the personal attention we provide and our focus on your comfort and total dental well being. Start here for new patient forms, insurance/financing information and special new patient coupons.

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Services We Offer

Dr. Mark Bohnert, Dr. Laura Geiger, Dr. Holly Austgen and their team deliver a full range of preventive dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry solutions performed with a focus on your comfort—and your fantastic smile!

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Meet Us

At Southeast Family Dental, we’re proud to say we have a terrific team of dental professionals. Our primary goals are to serve your needs, improve your health, and make you smile. Because our team has worked together for years, we’ve developed a friendly camaraderie that makes our patients feel right at home.

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Go anywhere these days and you will hear someone talking about what they eat—or don’t eat. It’s a good thing that we are thinking about what we put into our mouths and bodies. Sometimes, however, we make selections believing we are making the best choices only...

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Why does my tongue look weird?

We all remember as kids sticking out our tongues to shock adults with its blue, red or green hue after eating some sort of dye-filled candy or ice pop. It’s a rite of passage that makes us smile. But when we look in the mirror as adults and see something...

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