Family Dentistry

Dr. Yamamoto treats patients of all ages providing comprehensive dental care. If there is specialty care that is required, Dr. Yamamoto will refer to the appropriate specialist.

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Implant Restorative Dentistry

Dr. Yamamoto will restore implants after they have been placed by a specialist. We fabricate crowns and implant supported dentures.

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Teeth Cleaning

Dr. Yamamoto has two hygienists who will provide routine dental cleanings. Scaling and Root Planing with and without anesthesia can also be performed. We emphasize education and prevention during our cleanings. We want our patients to understand how to take care of their teeth and understand all factors that contribute to good oral health.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Dr. Yamamoto and staff can provide tooth whitening services, cosmetic crowns and bridges, tooth colored restorations, and other cosmetic dental procedures.

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Crowns and Bridges

Dr. Yamamoto will fabricate single and multiple unit crowns and bridges to restore and preserve your dentition.

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Dr. Yamamoto can provide full and partial dentures. These can be supported by dental implants if necessary.

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Emergency Dental Services

Dr. Yamamoto and staff can provide emergency dental care for toothaches, broken teeth, loose crowns, etc.

Preventive Dentistry

Dr. Yamamoto and staff place a high emphasis on preventive dentistry. This includes the placement of sealants for children under the age of 14 as well as topical fluoride after children's cleanings. Nightguard placement for the prevention of wear, erosions, and TMJ dysfunction. Snoring appliances to help prevent sleep apnea with related risk for stroke and heart attack.

Childrens Dentistry

Dr. Yamamoto treats lots of children from ages 3 to 16. Getting your child use to the dentist is important and should begin at an early age. Each child is different and we make our first visits a fun experience for the child. We can gradually increase what we are able to accomplish in a non-threatening way over time to acclimate the child to dental procedures.

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