Dr. Michelle Lepore, DDS

Dr. Michelle Lepore graduated from Brock University with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Medical Sciences. She completed her dental education at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western graduating with distinction. Dr. Michelle has a passion for working with young patients and she was awarded the Paediatric Dentistry Award consecutively in 2017 and 2018. While studying at Western, she was also awarded the American Academy of Orofacial Pain Award for demonstrating excellence in the diagnosis and management of temporomandibular disorders.

Dr. Michelle has participated in dental outreach programs locally while at school in South Western Ontario as well as abroad travelling to Peru, Guatemala and Grenada to provide dental care to the most underserviced populations. Dr. Michelle is committed to providing the best dental care possible and is looking forward to building long lasting relationships with her patients. Outside of dentistry, she enjoys spending time with friends, family and her golden retriever, Charlie. She also enjoys travelling, playing sports and is an avid Toronto Raptors fan.

  • Family Dentistry

    The McCullough Group has proudly provided dentistry for families in the Niagara area since 1952 and new patients are always welcome. More...

  • Implants

    Dental implants are substitutes for teeth and are today’s best alternative to your natural teeth. They are specialized titanium fixtures placed into the jaw underneath the gum that biologically bond to living bone. More...

  • Whitening

    As well as providing teeth whitening at The McCullough Group we offer a more comprehensive smile makeover service. More...

  • Dentures

    Are you looking for a dentist with a full-service denture repair lab? McCullough Dental Group can take care of your denture needs right inside of our offices. More...

  • Dentistry Asleep

    If you’re one of the numerous patients who feel pain or anxiety during dentistry, Dentistry Asleep can allow you to receive dental care in complete comfort. More...

  • Receding Gums

    Receding gums (gingival recession) refers to a loss of gum tissue resulting in exposure in the roots of the teeth. Gum recession is a common problem in adults over the age of 40, but it may also occur starting from the teens. More...

  • Walk In Clinic

    Open Saturdays from 9:00am till 1:00pm No appointment necessary. More...