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We are pleased to be associated with a group of dentists and dental specialists who provide nothing but the best dental care to our patients here in Omaha Nebraska. Our office has been accepting dental benefits from almost every insurance company for over 30 years now, and counting.

Provider lists are constantly changing and updating, but as an office that always accepts benefits from most insurance companies, you never need to worry about paying additional out of network fees here with us.
Our dentist and office staff use all of the latest techniques, procedures, and materials with all of our patients which provides results that are much healthier than what was possible years ago. This approach, combined with regularly scheduled check-ups, not only creates an extremely healthy mouth, but also promotes good health with the rest of the body.
» Crowns and Bridges

» Dental Implants

» Ceramic Veneers

» Metal-Free Fillings

» Teeth Whitening

» Kid Dentistry

» Gum Treatment & Therapy

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Our History

We have been around much longer than you think.

Our family owned dental office began back in 1962 here in Omaha Nebraska, and we have been providing dental care to thousands of families since then.

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Frequently Asked Questions
1. Should I seal my child's teeth?

2. What is used for filling cavities?

3. Why do my gums bleed?

4. Why should I cap my tooth?

Contact Us: Peter J. Gimenez, D.D.S.
13110 Birch Drive
Suite 172
Omaha, Nebraska 68164
(402) 496-3636
"132nd and Maple"













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