The vision of Saxonburg Dental Care is to provide comprehensive dental care in a comfortable, fun, and judgment-free environment. Our friendly, positive team is dedicated to our patients’ oral health and wellness. We strive to make each day better than the last and to create lifelong relationships that make our patients feel like family.
Dr. Roger M. Sepich graduated from Knock High School and the University of Pittsburgh. He received his dental degree from West Virginia University School of Dentistry before opening Saxonburg Dental Care in 1994.
Dr. Sepich takes time to listen to every patient’s needs and pays close attention to every detail, building relationships and treating all patients like family. As a family dentist with a special interest and additional training in cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Sepich is also a clinical instructor at the Center for Exceptional Practices in Richfield, OH. He is also a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics (ICCMO).
Outside of the office, Dr. Sepich enjoys hunting (especially archery), gardening, and fishing.
“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” – Napoleon Hill
Dr. Andrew Dunlevy graduated from the University of Oklahoma and received his dental degree from the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Dental Medicine. He’s been an important part of Saxonburg Dental Care since 2016.
Dr. Dunlevy’s caring, thorough, and gentle demeanor helps him get to know patients on a personal level and provide more compassionate, personalized care for everyone.
Outside of the office, Dr. Dunlevy enjoys playing golf, going to the gym, and watching any Pittsburgh team win.
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” – Wayne Gretzky – Michael Scott
The warm fuzzy feelings we get from our patients is why we come to work every day. Our team is cohesive, caring, and always smiling.
We know this has been a time of great uncertainty and stress but we hope everyone is staying healthy and adjusting the best way that they know how to. At this moment, we do not have a projected end date to the state’s ban on all elective dental treatment. It is difficult for us not knowing when we will be back and we know it is difficult to our community as well.
We initially had planned on resuming normal appointments on March 31st but this is very unlikely. Fortunately, we are still able to see emergencies but these must be true emergencies.