Introducing North Shore Dentistry, formerly Curless Dentistry—same great care, different name!

North Shore Dentistry in Appleton, Wisconsin

Where Dental Excellence Meets Unparalleled Comfort​

North Shore Dentistry, the premier dental practice in Appleton, Wisconsin, invites you to join us in experiencing the art of creating radiant smiles.

Dental Care Services in Appleton Wisconsin

We're transforming smiles, restoring confidence, and prioritizing your oral health with our comprehensive range of exceptional dental services.​


Our practice focuses on lasting relationships built on trust, compassion, and exceptional dentistry.

At North Shore Dentistry, we go beyond dental expertise, striving to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere where every patient feels like a cherished member of our dental family, receiving personalized care and a truly comfortable experience.


Entrust your dental care to our compassionate dentists who prioritize your comfort and well-being.

Our dentists’ unwavering commitment to continued education and fostering meaningful patient relationships ensures that you receive the highest level of dental care tailored to your unique needs and desires.

Frequently asked dental questions.

Help! I fell and broke off my front tooth, what should I do?

First of all, don’t panic. Teeth can be repaired and the team at North Shore Dentistry will help restore your smile to its original beauty.

Call our office at 920-731-1550 as soon as you are able. We almost always can see you the same day.

Brushing twice a day, making one of those times at night (which is most effective), and flossing once a day help keep your mouth at its healthiest!

This is one of the most frequent calls we receive from parents of 5-7-year-olds. Often an adult tooth starts to come in and the baby tooth is not out.

This becomes a concern if the adult tooth is about two-thirds the way up and the baby tooth still is not loose or your child shows any signs of infection (fever or pain).

It is important that we put the temporary crown back on as soon as possible to protect the tooth and keep the spacing we made for your new crown.

Not able to see us right away? Place the temporary crown back on with a small amount of toothpaste placed inside the temporary-it acts like temporary cement.

In most cases dental implants are the answer to secure a denture and will help make your denture feel more like natural teeth.

There can be many treatment options so call us for a consultation to see what will work best for you.

Dental sealants help protect 6 and 12 year molars from developing decay. Our dental hygienists place a material over the deep grooves in your child’s teeth shortly after the new teeth come in.

This often can be done in conjunction with your child’s teeth cleaning appointment.