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Dr. Kimura and his staff want to treat you with the kindness and respect you so deserve and do only what's necessary....

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"We want you to grow with our practice, so that you can preserve your teeth for a lifetime.  My reward as a dentist is to take care of your teeth, restore your smile, alleviate any dental problems, and to improve your quality of life.  My staff and I will not only give you the proper education to take care of your teeth, but build a lasting relationship of trust."

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Friendly Staff.  Beautiful Smiles.  Welcoming Environment.


Dr. Robert Kimura has been practicing the art and science of dentistry in Brentwood since 1987

Our goal is to exceed all your expectations. Your dental visit should be comfortable and performed in a modern state-of-the-art facility; which includes our latest in digital radiography and intra oral cameras. We want you to feel and look better,  from our simplest cleanings, to any dental procedures you may need.  We will work with you to get that desired end result, to only do what is necessary, and also be reasonable in cost .


Celebrating Over 30 Years of Experience

Currently Accepting New Patients


"You should love the way we run our practice, and we want you to love your dentist!"

 Our practice philososphy is simple.  It is based on honest to goodness "old fashioned" values.  My parents taught me the values of respect, honesty, humbleness, and doing the best I can to help people.  It takes many years of hands on experience to become a great dentist, in order to acquire the necessary skills and proficiency to handle different complex situations.  A great dental experience is when the patient leaves happy and satisfied, when checking out at the front desk.  It is the cumulation of all the little things we do for you, that adds up to the total picture. When we see the joy and satisfaction on the faces of our patients, and hear it in their voices, it makes the day all worthwhile for us!

Please check out our actual patient online reviews and photographs on Yelp and Facebook.  Our reviews  show that our "family of patients" have been coming to us for many years, some even for decades. Many photographs on Yelp and Facebook are taken with Dr. Kimura and his actual patients together; illustrating the beautiful, exciting, and innovative work done by Dr. Kimura. 

We want our website to be a true representation of who we really are.  We refrain from using the same adjectives and catch phrases found in other dental websites. We do not use stock photos or clip art models with beautiful teeth, sprawling our web pages.

Dr. Kimura believes in giving back to the community to various organizations, such as New Directions for Veterans W.L.A., Circle of Friends W.L.A.,  The Special Olympics, The Children's Diabetes Foundation, and the Venice Japanese Community Center to name a few.

Meet Our Doctor

  • Robert T. Kimura, DMD

    Dr. Kimura received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Rutgers University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1986, graduating in the top twenty of his class.  He has received numerous class awards in prosthodontics and operative dentistry. Following graduation, he passed the North East Regional Boards, for accreditation in New York,  New Jersey, and several other affiliated states.

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Monday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

7:30 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed