Omaha Dentist

Welcome to my office, where you are treated as family! Your Omaha Dentist, Peter J. Gimenez, D.D.S.

 

Peter Gimenez D.D.S.

I care about you!

I have always acted with absolute honesty, integrity, and fairness in the way I conduct business and the way I live my life.

I recognize and affirm the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual.

I treat all those I serve with compassion and kindness, and I demonstrate excellence in everything that I do.

I treat all of my patients as the individuals that they are, not as daily production quotas.

About

We are honored to have families who entrust their dental care with us for generation after generation.

Dr. Peter Gimenez is a second generation dentist. He is from a family that has several generations of Doctors and Teachers. He has over 30 years of experience in private practice and has had several years of experience as a professor at the Creighton University School of Dentistry.

Our family owned dental office has been providing dental care to the Omaha Nebraska area since 1962.

Now, 55 years later, we still have the same families visiting us that started with us in 1962! All these years later, we are now honored to be providing dental care for the great-grand children of those first generation families!

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We help create healthy smiles with encouragement and compliments.

We don’t just deliver dentistry, we are here to share our values and integrity to change lives.

We are a full service Family Dental Office providing dentistry from ages 3 and up, and we provide the full spectrum of dental care that you expect and deserve from a quality dental office.

We accept most insurances, so if you can’t find us in your provider list, give us a call, we most likely have a healthy relationship with your insurance company and accept their benefits.

Contact us today!

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