Richard J. Curotto, DDS
Serving the local Oakland community
Dr. Curotto is a local boy from your community. He was born and raised in Oakland. He attended St. Leo’s Elementary School in Oakland, and then went to St. Mary’s College High School in Berkeley. Dr. Curotto then matriculated to St. Mary College graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He received his dental degree at the prestigious University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco. UOP is considered by many to be a leader in dental education, research, and utilization of advanced technology.
with the highest degree of education and training
Dr. Curotto is a graduate of the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum, The Great Lakes Educational Center, and has taken several courses at the highly regarded Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. Most notable of these courses was The Advanced Aesthetic Functional Porcelain Veneers Course. Dr. Curotto is also well practiced in Laser, CEREC, and Implant technology. Attaining usually twice the amount of continuing education necessary to maintain his licensure, Dr. Curotto is a firm believer that “when you’re through learning, you’re through.”
and impeccable standards of caring, integrity and honesty
If knowledge, experience, and caring about you is what you seek, then you will be pleasantly surprised at the quality and attention you receive. Integrity and honesty are benchmarks of his practice.
Dr. Curotto’s vision for his dental practice:
Our vision is to continue to grow and strive to deliver the ideal patient experience. This means we must recognize the need and value of providing comprehensive quality care to all our patients. In order to achieve this, we commit to developing the members of our staff so that we are:
- the employer of choice for our staff
- the provider of choice for our patients
- the partner of choice for our referring specialists
- and an organization of choice for our community
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