Located just minutes from Freeman Park, the Summit Dental Health, Olde Towne location, will make a trip to the dentist feel like a trip to your neighbor’s house! Just down the street from St. Mary’s and in a residential community, you will feel at home when visiting our team on West Mission Avenue. We are glad to be the neighborhood dentist.
New patients can now schedule online! If you're already a patient, please call your practice directly to schedule. You'll find a list of insurances we currently accept on our payment options page. If you do not see your insurance listed, please call our patient services team at (402) 799-1147. Please note that any patient portion of payment is due at the time of service.
Schedule a New Patient Appointment
Please click below to use our scheduling portal to reserve your new patient or emergency appointment.
For a list of insurances we currently accept along with additional payment options, please click here.
If you do not see your insurance listed, please call our patient services team at (402) 799-1147.
If you have a dental emergency and do not see an appointment available when you need it, please call the practice directly at (402) 291-5842 to speak with a team member.
Premier (Iowa locations)
SunLife/DHA (Iowa locations)
Don't see your insurance plan listed?
We accept additional insurance plans at select practices, and want to work with you to find the care you need. Please call (402) 799-1147 so we can check for a nearby practice that may accept your plan.
This office is closed 1pm-2pm Monday thru Thursday.
Dr. Peter Straub
Dr. Straub is a graduate of Creighton University School of Dentistry. He chose to go into dentistry because he enjoys working with his hands and problem-solving. Dr. Straub’s hobbies include classic cars, rottweilers and presidential history.
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