Community Involvement

La Porte, IN Dentist

Restorative Dentist LaPorte IN
Inspired by what Benjamin Franklin called “an inclination…to serve mankind,” Dr. Bunmi Adekugbe weaves civic awareness and action into everything we do at Apex Dental. We strongly believe that the health of our community is very critical to ensure our patients achieve their optimal health. Dr. Bunmi has extensive training and experience in improving the health of the community. We are able to achieve this through Partnerships, Engagements, Education and Outreaches. Click on the headers to learn more.


We believe that together we can all go farther and as such we partner with local charities, businesses and other health care organizations to advance the health and well-being of our community. We are currently working with community stake-holders to see ways we can help in reducing the opioid epidemic in our community and in the country.
Engagement projects

We believe that every smile has a story. We can’t wait to share ours and hear yours. We are currently chronicling and documenting smiles across North West Indiana.

We believe that the educated population and is an empowered population. We do this through onsite and off site educational events that provide information to the general public on full spectrum preventive health, recent advances in oral health, relationship between oral and general health and navigating the dental insurance world.

Clinical care is near and dear to us and we provide preventive, emergency and rehabilitative care for select individuals in our community.


To see how you can be a part of any of our programs, please call our office at (219) 369-6882.

Upcoming Community Event

Help A Hundred to Health
To do our part in solving the opioid epidemic in this country, Apex Dental has committed to a mission that we call “Help a Hundred to Health.” With the assistance of the people we serve and other concerned members of our community, we have pledged to reach 100 new people within the next 360 days in order to educate them about this crisis and either help them or enlist them to support our mission. We will do this through educational seminars and free clinically days for those in need.It is a big goal that will become a reality, but we need your help. We are inviting you to attend our inaugural Help a Hundred to Health mission meeting on January 23, 2018. The meeting will be held at the Laporte First United Methodist Church located at 1225 Michigan Avenue in the “Friendship Hall” at 5pm. Bring your ideas and your enthusiasm because they will be much valued and appreciated.

To find out more about the event, click here.