Keizer Family Dental Care, Keizer Dentist
Your health. Your confidence. Your teeth.
At Keizer Family Dental Care we take all of the above seriously because we know that they are closely connected. Well-maintained teeth that receive attention regularly from a dentist make an active contribution to
your overall health. And who doesn't feel more confident when they know that their smile appears bright and strong

As important as your teeth are, we understand that you have a busy life and need your dentist to be as efficient as possible. Of course, you deserve to be treated with care and respect. Dr. Iwahiro is a true dental professional and finds great pride in delivering top-quality service in a friendly, gentle manner.

We believe that a dentist should provide more than clean, healthy teeth; they should also answer questions and address concerns in a friendly, gentle manner. With modern training and techniques, a visit to the dentist can be a pleasant, relaxing experience. Whether you need a simple cleaning, or more involved service, we hope you will let us help to enrich your health and your confidence by caring for your teeth.

Schedule your visit today.
Make an appointment now and call one of our friendly, helpful receptionists at 503-393-2264. We will be pleased to serve your smile and have you on your way as quickly as possible.

Patient Forms
Adult: New Patient and Health History Form
Child: New Patient and Health History Form

Three Ways You Are Harming your Smile - And Don't Know It
We all want to keep our teeth healthy and beautiful. You likely know how important it is to brush and floss your teeth regularly, but you also need to be aware of some ways that you could be harming your teeth:

Cough drops. If you take cough drops in order to deal with the symptoms of your cold, you could be putting your teeth at risk of developing cavities.
Snacking. By snacking all day, your teeth will be exposed to bacteria and acid pretty consistently, which could increase your risk of developing decay.
Dehydration. Rehydrating is important in order to keep your mouth moist, which helps to rinse away bacteria and harmful acids in the mouth.

Do you have additional questions about how you can keep your mouth healthy? Talk to our office today.

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