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2691 Tapo Canyon Rd., Suite C
Simi Valley, CA 93063

Simi Valley Dentistry - Avenue of Smiles - Yan Fisher, DDS

At the Simi Valley dental practice of Dr. Yan Fisher, our team is committed to providing comprehensive care for the long-term health of patients’ smiles. Our family dental practice provides gentle treatment for families throughout Simi Valley and the surrounding communities.

To schedule a consultation for yourself or a member of your family, contact Avenue of Smiles today!

Comprehensive Family Dental Care

Avenue of Smiles provides treatment for patients of all ages, from preventive care for young children, to full-mouth restorations for older patients. Dr. Fisher and his team use quality materials and a gentle approach to enhance your comfort as well as the appearance and health of your smile. The services we provide include:

- Pediatric Dentistry
- Dental Implants
- Root Canal Therapy
- Full and Partial Dentures
- Invisalign®
- Sedation Dentistry
- Teeth Whitening 
Routine Exams and Cleanings

Gentle and Educational Dental Care

The team at our Simi Valley Dental practice takes the time to get to know our patients personally. Patients are encouraged to ask any questions they may have about their care to ensure the highest level of confidence in their treatment. We walk patients through all of their options for care, as well as the effects these treatments can have on their smiles. Parents and guardians of younger patients are also welcomed into the operatories with their children, allowing them to learn what oral hygiene strategies best suit their child’s dental health. 

Avenue of Smiles provides gentle dental care tailored to each patient’s needs and individual comfort levels. In addition to available options for sedation, our team provides care that maximizes the comfort of our patients in a relaxing environment. 

Cosmetic Dental Services

Many of the services available at our practice are designed to increase the cosmetic appeal of your smile. With the use of durable dental ceramics and composite resin, the treatments we provide enhance appearance and restore healthy bite function. We also provide teeth whitening and veneers as minimally invasive ways to boost smile aesthetics. 

We also encourage patients to take advantage of our Whitening for Life program!

Contact Dr. Yan Fisher Today

If you are looking for comprehensive dental care for the whole family, contact Dr. Fisher and our team at Avenue of Smiles today. We provide gentle care and cosmetic procedures for patients throughout Simi Valley and the neighboring communities.



Yan Fisher, DDS

2691 Tapo Canyon Rd., Suite C

Simi Valley, CA  93063

Phone: 805-526-6100


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There are many reasons why the gums and jawbone may require corrective treatment, including periodontal disease, trauma and birth defects. Periodontal disease particularly, can greatly disfigure the natural appearance of the gums and teeth and give the smile an unaesthetic appearance. New “cosmetic surgery” procedures are now available in periodontics, which effectively correct cosmetic problems and restore natural beauty to the smile. Here are some of the most common gum and jawbone corrective treatments: Common Gum Treatments ...

Pocket reduction surgery (also known as gingivectomy, osseous surgery and flap surgery) is a collective term for a series of several different surgeries aimed at gaining access to the roots of the teeth in order to remove bacteria and tartar (calculus). The human mouth contains dozens of different bacteria at any given time.  The bacteria found in plaque (the sticky substance on teeth) produce acids that lead to demineralization of the tooth surface, and ultimately contribute to periodontal disease. Periodontal infections cause a...

Periodontal disease is the leading cause of bone loss in the oral cavity, though there are others such as ill-fitting dentures and facial trauma.  The bone grafting procedure is an excellent way to replace lost bone tissue and encourage natural bone growth.  Bone grafting is a versatile and predictable procedure which fulfills a wide variety of functions. A bone graft may be required to create a stable base for dental implant placement, to halt the progression of gum disease, or to make the smile appear more aesthetically pleasing. ...

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Yan Fisher, DDS
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Yan Fisher, DDS
Phone: 805-526-6100
2691 Tapo Canyon Rd., Suite C
Simi Valley, CA 93063

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