Irina Olmezova, D.D.S.

93 Bayo Vista Way
San Rafael, CA 94901
(415) 925-0400
www.irinaolmezova.com
Contact: Olmezova, Irina
Business Description: Irina Olmezova DDS is an accredited Dentist in Greenbrae, CA. As a Dentist, Irina Olmezova DDS has extensive experience in the treatment of various teeth, gum, and mouth conditions and diseases. At Irina Olmezova DDS’s convenient practice, located at 599 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Suite 308 Greenbrae, CA, 94904, Irina Olmezova DDS has been helping her patients recover from gum disease, cavities, tooth decay, and swollen gums for many years, and enjoys helping patients achieve optimal oral health. Irina Olmezova DDS also educates patients about practical lifestyle techniques that help them maintain and preserve their oral health and hygiene. Although every patient’s background and circumstances are unique, Irina Olmezova DDS is able to diagnose, treat, and prevent a broad range of oral diseases and conditions, and provide a wide variety of dental treatments. As a Dentist in Greenbrae, CA, Irina Olmezova DDS can also prescribe antibiotics, fluorides, pain killers, or sedatives for patients who are apprehensive about their dental treatment.
In Business Since: 1992
Service Area: Exam,X-Ray,Cleaning,Dentures,Dentures repairing,Crowns,Dental Implants,Teeth extraction,Free consultation or second opinion
On Angie's List Since: 8/9/2011
Office Hours: By Appointment
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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