Dr. Kudla was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and grew up in Brunswick. He graduated from Highland High School in 1998 and continued his education at Baldwin-Wallace College. At Baldwin-Wallace, he majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry. After graduating in 2002, he attended Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine. At Case, Dr. Kudla was a member of the student council for four years, a tutor, a member of the Psi Omega fraternity, and was inducted into several academic honors societies. He graduated from Case, with high honors, in May of 2006, and has been a member of the Drs. Camm and Golian D.D.S. Inc. family ever since.
Dr. Kudla loves the fact that he is returning to his hometown to begin his practice of dentistry. He recently moved back to the area following graduation and lives in Strongsville with his wife, Lisa, whom he married in 2004, and his daughters, Abigail (born in May of 2006) and Paige (born in August of 2008). Some of the things that Dr. Kudla enjoys are spending time with his family, following the Ohio State Buckeyes football and basketball teams, painting, and running.
Dr. Kudla is excited to welcome many new families into the practice. He looks forward to the opportunity of meeting your family and friends, and providing a lifetime of smiles.
Dr. Camm was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 27, 1950, and has spent his whole life there, attending Case Western Reserve University both for his undergraduate work, where he received a Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree in Biology, and for Dental School, graduating in 1976. He has been practicing in Brunswick, Ohio, since that time.
He is married to Donna Odian-Camm. Together, they have six children and five grandchildren.
Dr. Camm is a member of the American Dental Association, the Ohio Dental Association, and the Medina County Dental Society. He is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology (www.aboi.org), an Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and a Fellow of the Midwest Implant Institute. He was President of the MII Fellowship from 1994-1998 and now serves as its Treasurer. In private practice, Dr. Camm has been doing implants since June, 1987, and does a number of implant surgeries and bone grafting surgeries with intravenous sedation. He is becoming renowned in a procedure called “All-on-4” or “Teeth in a Day” which allows people with no teeth or some missing teeth to have fixed teeth immediately.
Dr. Camm graduated from the two-year Externship Program of the Midwest Implant Institute in 1990 and has been associated with the Institute since that time. He has twice been the Program Chairman for the Implant Symposium that the Institute does every year. He also is an assistant clinical instructor with the Anatomy-Bone Grafting Course that the American Academy of Implant Dentistry does twice a year.
Dr. Camm was a clinical instructor at Case Western Reserve University Dental School from 1980 to 1986. He taught in the Crown and Bridge Department.
He has also studied at the Dawson Institute in Florida. This Institute focuses on the way the teeth and muscles work in the head and neck to allow comfort or cause chronic pain, and how dental work affects the whole system.
Privately, Dr. Camm and his wife are passionate in their love for Christ and in bringing the love of Christ to our broken world. Dr. Camm and Donna have recently been on mission trips to Malawi and Uganda in Africa, Thailand twice, and to several areas in China. Together, they have been on a total of 9 mission trips. They are involved in Merci, Inc., an organization started by their friends, Chris and Vicky Bowman. Chris and Vicky live in China and minister to bring Christ to the broken people there and in other parts of Asia, including Thailand. Donna is the U.S. bookkeeper for that organization. Information about this organization can be found online.
They attend Cornerstone Chapel in Medina, Ohio, where they serve on the missions ministry team.
Dr. Golian was born and raised in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania, in 1983 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in majoring in Biology and English. He then enrolled in Case Western Reserve University Dental School and graduated in 1987. At Case Western Reserve University, he met Dr. Camm and they have been practicing dentistry together ever since!
Dr. Golian is married to Kathleen and they have three boys, Adam, Christopher, and Brennen. His hobbies include waterskiing, fishing, and spending time with his family at home. The boys definitely keep Mom and Dad hopping!
Dr. Golian enjoys dentistry very much and is thankful to have a fine dedicated staff and many wonderful patients that entrust him with their dental needs. Dr. Golian does mostly restorative dentistry including cosmetic and bleaching procedures. He enjoys treating children as well, therefore being able to care for your entire family.
Dr. Golian is a member of the ADA, ODA, MCDS, and the Academy of General Dentistry. He is a lifelong student, continuously taking courses to update his skills and learning what is new in restorative dentistry. This knowledge helps him to provide what is best for his patient’s needs.