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Dental Care Close to Home

Why Patients In Yukon Choose Us

Attention to Detail
Advanced Dental Technology
Warm & Friendly Dental Office
Individualized Treatment for Every Patient
Dental Team with Years of Experience
Same-Day Emergency Appointments

Meet Our Dedicated Dentists In Yukon

Delivering State-of-the-Art Dental Care
Numerous Years of Experience
Friendly, Professional, and Welcoming
Committed to Continuing Education
Passionate About Helping Patients
Affiliated with Professional Dental Organizations

Dr. Matt Cole

A native of Oklahoma City, Dr. Matt Cole first attended Oklahoma State University where he studied physiology. Then, he earned his dental doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry. He continued his education in the Advanced Education Program’s general dentistry residency program. Dr. Cole has been trained in placing and restoring dental implants, as well as comprehensive dental care, so patients can get a wide range of services under one roof. Currently, he is active in the Oklahoma Dental Association and the American Academy of Cosmetic Orthodontics.

Dr. Cole believes in a personalized approach to dentistry and loves to get to know his patients so he can provide a customized dental experience to meet every person’s unique needs.

Dr. Zane Weaver


Dr. William Yeary

Dr. Yeary grew up in Norman, OK, and he graduated from Norman North High School. He then moved on to study microbiology at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Yeary graduated with his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City in 2015 and has been working in the field ever since! After completing dental school, he was selected to attend the Oklahoma College of Dentistry AEGD residency program. It was here that he was able to learn more advanced techniques in dentistry, like dental implants, endodontics, oral surgery, and comprehensive patient care.

In his free time, Dr. Yeary enjoys spending time with his wife, Abby, and their children, Margot and Miller. Together, they love watching OU football games, trying new restaurants, and living an adventurous lifestyle.

Hear from Other Nearby Patients

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This dentist office is amazing! I've had not great service by other dentists in Yukon, but First impressions leave any other dentist office in the dust. Every and I mean every employee is above nice, their customer service is 120%. They are kind, patient and understanding of dental fears. I recommend them to Everyone!!!

Tray J.

Why Are You Looking for a Dentist in Yukon

As your nearby dental experts, our team at First Impressions Dentistry is dedicated to delivering top-notch services in Yukon. With state-of-the-art dental technology, we offer a range of services, including preventive and restorative dentistry, cosmetic care, orthodontics, and more. Click on the icons below to learn about the range of services you can count on when you visit our office!

High-Quality Dentistry, Affordable Prices!

Remember, our team at First Impressions Dentistry isn’t just here to provide you with the personalized and compassionate dental care you need; we’re also here to help with everything from scheduling your appointments to navigating the financial side of your treatment. Since every case is a bit different, we will review all of the necessary information with you at your appointment and answer any questions you have at this time. However, if you want to learn more general information about the financial solutions we offer, then click on the icons below.

Finding Our Dental Office In Yukon

Are you looking for First Impressions Dentistry in Yukon? You don’t need to travel far! You can find us at 1401 S Ranchwood Blvd #110, near the Yukon Pkwy intersection. Our practice is just North of Yukon High School. If you have any trouble locating us, don’t hesitate to give us a call so we can assist you further. We are looking forward to meeting you!

You Asked, We Answered!

If you have a question about your oral health, your next appointment, or something else pertaining to your smile, our dental team near Yukon is here to answer it! With that said, we know it isn’t always convenient to get on the phone. So, we’ve dedicated this next section to answering FAQs.

What level of education is required to be a dentist?

Becoming a dentist requires roughly seven years of schooling as well as a lifelong commitment to continuing education. This all begins with an undergraduate degree, which is usually in a major that’s heavy in math and science. Prior to graduation, they need to apply to (and be accepted to) one of 67 accredited dental schools. In order to earn their Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or a Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS), they need to complete rigorous in-classroom and hands-on training. After three years of this, they will become a licensed dentist. In order to maintain that license, they need to undergo continuing education and advanced training annually.

How much does a dental checkup & cleaning cost in Yukon?

The average price of a dental checkup and cleaning in the U.S. is between $200 and $350. As for the price of your routine visits to our dental office near Yukon, that depends! For example, if you have dental insurance, then there’s a chance that you won’t have to pay anything out of pocket. As always, if you have a question about the cost of your care leading up to your appointment, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

How do I get emergency dental care?

That depends. In most cases, your first call should be to our emergency dentist near Yukon. That way, they can conduct an exam and intervene with the necessary care ASAP. However, there is an important exception: if you are experiencing any potentially life-threatening symptoms. If you are having trouble breathing, you’ve fractured your jaw, your face is extremely swollen, or you can’t seem to swallow, then you should call 911 or head to the ER.

How can I make a same-day appointment with a dentist?

Typically, same-day appointments are reserved for patients who sustained a serious dental injury, like a knocked-out tooth. With that said, there’s no harm in giving us a call to see if we have any available for you to come in, even if it’s for something “simple” like your biannual cleaning. Of course, if you’re interested in scheduling something more extensive, such as a tooth extraction, then we likely won’t be able to complete the entire process that day since it requires more detailed treatment planning.