Meet The DoctorsCampbell Smile

Having a great smile and a healthy mouth can make a world of difference in your life. At Campbell Smile, Dr. Carol McCutcheon (who prefers “Dr. Carol”) and our team would like to help you attain both.

We provide high-quality, state-of-the-art dentistry to patients of all ages, and focus on patient education. By giving you the knowledge needed to make good decisions about your oral health, we’ll give you a beautiful smile for life. We emphasize preventive care and encourage minimally invasive treatments that yield the strongest, longest-lasting results.

Located in a converted house across from the Community Center, our dental office is warm and friendly. We use the latest technology and treatment processes, along with individual treatment plans, to help each patient achieve his or her dental goals. Along the way, each patient becomes our friend. We look forward to becoming friends with you, too.

Doctor of Dental Surgery

Dr. Vuppala

Dr. Vuppala has a caring personality and has the philosophy of the highest quality, professionalism and personalized dental care possible. He has worked in the dental profession for many years and has the experience and skills you want in a dentist. He graduated from his dental school in 1998 and was thereafter licensed by the California Board of Dentistry.

During his several years of practice, Dr. Vuppala has also trained and mentored many dentists in the Northern California area. He also has kept himself current on all the latest techniques and procedures. He received specialized training in root canals, neuromuscular dentistry, dentures, Invisalign, oral conscious sedation, implants and several others dentistry procedures.

Dr. Vuppala and his wife, Yani, have two boys. Outside of the dental office, his life revolves around his family and their numerous activities. He loves to cook with his wife in his free time. His cooking has many fans among friends and family.


  • Dr. Vuppala graduated from the University of Gulberga in 1997 with a Dental Degree .
  • In 1998 he attended the University of H.K.E School of Dentistry where he received his B.D.S
  • In July 2003 he received his D.D.S., California Dental Boards.

Course I

  • Instructor: John C. Kois, DMD, MSD
  • Treatment Planning I: Diagnostically Driven

Course II

  • Instructor: John C. Kois, DMD, MSD
  • Functional Occlusion I: Science Driven Management

Course III

  • Instructor: John C. Kois, DMD, MSD
  • Restorative/Periodontal Interface

Course IV

  • Instructor: John C. Kois, DMD, MSD
  • Biomechanics I: Fundamentals for Cohesively and Adhesively Retained Restorations

Course V

  • Instructor: John C. Kois, DMD, MSD
  • Biomechanics II: Impressioning, Provisionals and Foundation Restorations
  • From Kois Center (Advancing Dentistry Through Science)

LVI (The Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies) Core I and II Six Month Smile --Short Term Orthodontic System 2012 Cerec Certification --(Single Visit Crown's ) 2012z

Doctor of Dental Surgery

Dr. Carol McCutcheon

A Love of Dentistry

Dentistry is a wonderful profession. I have learned so much from the people I have met and worked with. I truly have some of the most interesting people as patients, and I’m fascinated with their knowledge, their friendliness, and their zest for life.

As a dentist, I change lives for the better. Whether it’s a full-mouth reconstruction, or a child’s primary molar, if I can achieve a great result, the patient is happy and so am I. I’m particularly fulfilled when I’m able to help a patient work through the fear of seeing a dentist. When someone tells me I’ve made it easy for them to come to me for care, I can’t help but feel pleased.

My Education and Commitment to Continuing Education

I was awarded my Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Washington. While that education provided me with an excellent foundation of knowledge, dentistry is constantly changing, both in technology and in the types of dental care. As our population ages, there are new concerns that must be addressed. We’re not making dentures for our senior population anymore, so we have to learn how to take care of “older” teeth.

I love to learn and I love to teach. By pursuing continuing education (CE), I am constantly learning and therefore able to teach my patients so they will have optimal dental health. In California, I am required to complete 50 hours of CE every two years. I routinely exceed 150 hours every two years.

I’m on the faculty club at the Spear Institute in Phoenix, AZ. I also attend three other study clubs in this area, in which other oral healthcare practitioners and I share cases and learn from each other. Additionally, I attend local, regional, and national dental meetings and seminars to stay abreast of the latest developments in the profession.

Professional Memberships

  • American Dental Association
  • American College of Dentists
  • International College of Dentists
  • California Dental Association
  • Santa Clara County Dental Society
  • Pierre Fauchard Academy

Away from the Office

My husband of 17 years, Luis Aguilar, handles the financial aspects of the practice. We don’t have any children, but we do have 16 nieces and nephews, most of whom live within 30 miles of us.

When I’m not at work, I’m likely traveling or at an entertainment event. Luis and I love plays and travel to see live theater as well as ballet. I also love movies and have even gone to the Sundance Film Festival!