Damon R. Johnson, DDS

Top Dentist in Edmond OK

Damon R. Johnson DDS Dental Excellence

A New Level of Respect for You & Your Family

Dr. Johnson is part of a local tradition of dental comfort & care. He is a lifelong resident of Edmond & a 1993 graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry. He has dedicated his professional career to providing you with the best that dentistry has to offer. Dr. Johnson is continually educating himself & his staff on the latest techniques & approaches—such as CEREC® one-hour crowns & 3-D digital x-rays, & cosmetic smile design—to provide the most comfortable dental treatment available today. In his continuing education, he has received advanced training in porcelain veneers, tooth-colored restorations, dental implants, teeth whitening & preventive dentistry.

Oklahoma University College of Dentistry Dean’s Circle

As a proud alumnus of the Oklahoma University School of Dentistry, Dr. Johnson regularly supports the J. Dean Robertson Society, which raises funds for scholarships, research & indigent dental care. He was recently honored to accept membership into the Dean’s Circle as a Gold level member.

J. Dean Robertson Society
Dean’s Circle – Gold Member

Dr. Raymond Cohlmia, Dean of the OU College of Dentistry, presenting the award to Dr. Johnson.

A New Level of Respect for You & Your Family

The entire team at Damon R. Johnson DDS Dental Excellence is committed to making sure your dental experience is comfortable, personalized & affordable. Our staff is proud to have provided excellent dental care to Edmond, Oklahoma City, Piedmont, Guthrie, & the surrounding areas since 1993.

We are located across from Mitch Park in Edmond & offer convenient appointments. As your choice for an Edmond dentist, we look forward to providing you & your family with the dental excellence you deserve.

Damon R. Johnson DDS Dental Excellence waiting area
Damon R. Johnson DDS Explaining to Patient

Comprehensive Dental Care in One Convenient Location

The team of professionals at our Edmond, OK dentist practice offers comprehensive oral care that includes everything from preventive education & routine hygiene tips, to expert solutions for the orthodontic & restorative dental issues our patients face — all in one convenient location.

Our Edmond dentist, Damon R. Johnson, takes the time to carefully listen & explain treatment options & preventive measures. Our Edmond dentist office also provides family dental care & strives to instill the benefits of dental hygiene to patients at an early age.

Restorative dentistry is also a specialty of Edmond dentist, Dr. Damon R. Johnson. We offer a full service menu of restorative procedures including CEREC 3D Crowns.

We maintain the highest standards of sterilization & patient safety, including those of the Centers for Disease Control, in order to best safeguard our patients’ health & well-being.

We pride ourselves on not being just like every other dentist in Edmond, OK. Our dedication to the community goes beyond just caring for teeth. We view ourselves as part of a vital network of caretakers who look after the health & well-being of our friends & neighbors in Edmond & the surrounding communities.

Damon R. Johnson DDS Dental Excellence is locally owned & part of a tradition of exceptional general dentistry in Edmond.

Dr. Johnson with Hygienist and Patient in Edmond OK

We Love Kids & Families!

Damon R. Johnson DDS Dental Excellence is a team of caring, experienced dental professionals who use only the most advanced technologies, materials & procedures & whose primary focus is on comfortable, health-centered dentistry. At our community-focused practice, your comfort & satisfaction come first. We look forward to meeting you soon & developing a relationship with you to build the bridge toward long-term trust & successful dental care. Damon R. Johnson DDS Dental Excellence invites you to see why our patients can’t stop smiling!

We pride ourselves on taking the time to listen & get to know each patient as an individual.

The entire team at Damon R. Johnson DDS Dental Excellence looks forward to seeing you soon & developing a relationship with you to build the bridge toward long-term trust & successful dental care. See why our patients can’t stop smiling!

Call us today!  405-348-6161

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