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Shawn O'Berry DDS

“When I graduated from Dental School they asked me to take an oath to  ‘Do no harm’.

I thought, “Ok, but I can do better than that.”

My motto became  ‘Help make life better’.” 

                                                      - Dr Shawn O'Berry

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Honest and Caring!

Meet Dr O'Berry - 

Dr. O'Berry was born and raised in Colorado. He attended dental school at the University of Colorado and practiced dentistry for 13 years in his hometown of Arvada. In 2015 he was convinced by a certain blonde surfer girl to move him and his two children to California, marry her, and start a family together.  He bought his dental practice in Dana Point and began to discover all the pleasures of living in South Orange County. Two more children came along, completing the O'Berry family, and rooting him to his new home in California.

 

His passion for service was evident from the start.  In dental school he was recognized for choosing to provide dentistry to the underserved rural populations in Colorado.  After graduating from dental school, he became involved in Medical Wings -- a charity organization that allowed Dr. O'Berry to serve on medical missions in Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru, & Thailand.

 

His thirst for knowledge led him to the obtain advanced training in Implant Dentistry at the Medical College of Georgia.  Then in 2008 he was introduced to, and fully embraced, biomimetic dentistry. He has been exclusively practicing Biomimetic Dentistry since 2008.

 

Dr O'Berry also co-authored the book "Expert Advice from Dentists Who Genuinely Care About You & Your Teeth".

 

Dr. O'Berry continues to be an avid learner and is passionate about providing quality service.  He is a general dentist in Dana Point, California and is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA), California Dental Association (CDA), Orange County Dental Society, and the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry.

 

He looks forward to being able to serve you!

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Not all Dentists do dentistry the same.
It does matter where you go to get your dentistry done.

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