Welcome to Bellevue Premier Dental, Your Dentist in Bellevue, WA
Welcome! The dental professionals at Bellevue Premier Dental are pleased to welcome you to our practice. We want all our patients to be informed decision makers and fully understand any health issues you face. That's why we've developed a web site loaded with valuable information about dental and dental problems and treatments. We encourage you to visit this site whenever you have concern about your teeth.
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Dr. Nakada was born in Japan and moved to the United States at the age of 7. As a child, he attended American schools during the week and Japanese school on weekends. He is bilingual and able to communicate in both English and Japanese.
Provider for various clear aligners including Invisalign, Suresmile, Reveal
Master Provider for Fastbraces.
Mentor member of CDOCS
Spear Education member
History as a Dentist:
Immediately after dental school in May 2005, he worked as an associate for a large dental practice in Lexington, KY for about 7 years, prior to starting his own practice. In 2012, the practice started as a small empty retail space in an adjacent county - built out the space into a small dental office with 3 chairs. Over the next few years, he grew it to a larger dental office with 2 associate dentists and a total of 20 staff members before moving out to Bellevue WA in late 2021.
He loves to stay current with new technology and has invested a lot of time and finances to improve his knowledge and the Kentucky office. Some of the technology includes Same-Day crowns (including inlays/onlays/bridge), 3D Printing, In-office aligners(like Invisalign), and other things that help make dental care more efficient and convenient for patients. One aspect that sets him apart from many other dentists might be that he likes to do most of the work himself instead of delegating it to staff.
In addition to the technology, Dr. Nakada has significant experience in:
endodontics (root canals), implant placement and restoration, use of soft tissue laser (including frenectomy for lip-tie and tongue-tie including newborns), and orthodontics.
Bellevue Premier Dental is a great dental office that he was able to move into in late 2021 and he hopes to grow the practice and continue improving it as the dental industry evolves.
In addition to a busy professional life, Dr. Nakada enjoys spending time with his family. He also started figure skating in 2016 and competed in some regional competitions with his daughter. He was a member of the Thoroughbred Figure Skating Club in Lexington, KY and served as one of the skating club board members. His next goal will be to pass the exam to achieve Adult Gold in Moves in the Field.
Office Manager/Japanese Patient Coordinator
Amber has been a part of Dr. Nakada's team since he started his first practice in January 2013. Amber was born and raised in Japan until 1994. Since then, she has attended high school and continued her education in the United States. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. She is fluent in both Japanese and English and has seven years of experience in Administration / Accounting before working in the dental office.
Since 2012, Amber has been heavily involved in the dental field and has earned her Fellowship - FAADOM (American Association of Dental Office Managers). She is also a expanded functions dental assistant who received training from University of Kentucky and able to assist with various procedures.
She dedicates her time to making sure our office provides a welcome and comfortable atmosphere so we can allow patients to relax while receiving the best dental care. She is able to assist Japanese patients who need language help with scheduling an appointment and any questions they may have regarding financial and insurance.
"Dr. Nakada and his team are just amazing in the field of dentistry. All of them help us feel so comfortable with all of our family dental issues. Highly recommend Dr. Nakada and his team for his great service!"
"Dr. Nakada is the fourth dentist I've seen in Lexington in just a little over a year. He's just the kind of family dentist you hear about but never can find. I had an emergency situation as a first-time patient and he could treat my problem swiftly. He is also available on calls/text during non-office hours for emergency situations. Now that's the kind of dedication that puts my mind and my teeth at ease! I would highly recommend him to my family members and anyone who is still looking for a good dentist."
"I love Dr. Nakada's clinic. He is the best, professional and skilled, always think patient first, give you the very flexible appointment time. For the patient, someday they will open early, someday will close the clinic very late. I admire their work attitude. Thank you."
Invisalign's® invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners will give you the beautiful straight teeth you've always wanted. And best of all, no one can tell you're wearing them. Invisalign® is great for adults and teenagers.
What is Invisalign®?
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Frequently asked questions: dental fillings
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You have a right to choose your own dentist and schedule an appointment in a timely manner.
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