|635 Anderson Road, Suite 16|
|(in the Davis Medical Center)|
|Mon/Wed: 8:00am - 5:00pm|
Keith Grote, DMD provides general dentistry. He is a member of the American Dental Association as well as the Academy of General Dentistry. He regularly attends continuing education with a Seattle Study Club affiliate in Sacramento and The Pankey Institute in Key West Florida. He is an avid baseball fan and participant.
Dr. Grote and his staff are devoted to preventing disease and tooth loss through active comprehensive care, while also providing high quality restorative care. They work in collaboration with several excellent specialists within the Davis/Woodland/Sacramento area and offer Care Credit as a financing option. The office accepts most PPO insurances including Delta Dental and the UCDavis U-Ship and G-Ship plans. His website is under construction at this time, but feel free to contact the office if you have any questions about the practice or would like to schedule an appointment. He is currently accepting new patients.
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2007-04-10 08:51:02 Dr. Grote is very nice and his hygienists are extremely friendly and skilled (I never leave with polish/paste all over my face like I did at Davis Fam. Dentistry!). I have gone to this office since elementary school, but now my UCD employee insurance doesn't cover him :( Get an appointment here if at all possible! The only problem is he's so popular that appointments are full months in advance.... —SarahThrasher
2007-04-10 08:52:13 ...and another reason I love Dr. Grote's office: he NEVER pushes unnecessary procedures or devices! This honesty seems to be rare in Davis. —SarahThrasher
2008-05-05 09:50:19 Dr. Grote is simply one of the very best. Everyone in his office is friendly, compassionate, and kind. Dr. Grote is also a true gentleman! —ChristineDonnelly
2008-10-22 12:16:45 Super super nice dentist! He and his staff are so friendly and welcoming. Highly recommend Dr. Grote— he's very considerate about the patient's comfort level, very meticulous, and listens/works with what the patients want. Wish there were more dentists and offices like his! —ViVi
2009-06-17 21:36:54 I had a very good experience at Dr. Grote's. The scheduling staff was very flexible and polite when I had to make a last minute change. When I showed up Dr. Grote was up front in a chair talking with his staff which was refreshing as some clinics have a wall of separation there. I was seen immediately and visited by the doctor who was professional and friendly and had one quality I've never seen in a dentist - positivity. Also, no cavities. Recommended. —sjoe
2009-08-31 13:16:07 Dr Grote's prices are high and you rarely see him. His staff does most of the work —Wildwings
2011-08-15 16:29:58 I've had nothing but excellent experiences at Dr. Grote's office. It's by far the best dentist's office I've ever visited. The staff are very friendly and professional, and highly knowledgable. He's also a super nice guy, and clearly puts the quality of the patient experience as top on his list of priorities. —jmofro
2012-01-04 01:11:32 I have to say that this was the best dentist experience I've ever had. I knew it would be so from the moment I sat down in Grote's office and he said, "I just think its best to get to know my patients before sticking a bunch of dentist tools down their throats." The staff takes the time to get to know who you are and talk to you like you're a human being. They're very patient and I never once felt like I was being guilt tripped about how I took care of my teeth.
That said, note that Grote's office is NOT PPO. That means that if you have UC Davis Ship insurance, you will only be covered 60%, not 90% as under PPO-approved dentists. This explains the high prices. —lunelectronique