Dr. Jeffrey Yui
University of the Pacific Dugoni School of Dentistry, DDS
Lutheran Medical Center, AEGD
Temple University in Philadelphia, Endodontics Specialty
Dr. Jeffrey Yui is our endodontist who specializes in root canals. Endodontics allows Dr. Yui the opportunity to improve his patients’ quality of life by restoring an infected tooth to ideal health and function. Dr. Yui’s gentle touch and attention to detail allows even the most complicated endodontic procedure to be done quickly, effectively, and with very little discomfort. In fact, he loves seeing his patients pleasantly surprised when they expect a root canal to hurt, and the opposite ends up to be true!
Dr. Yui attended the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry for his Doctorate of Dental Surgery. He then completed a one-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency with NYU Langone Dental's (formerly Lutheran Medical Center) affiliated site in Oakland. Afterwards, Dr. Yui worked in a community clinic and private practice prior to beginning his specialty training in endodontics at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Dr. Yui joined our team of specialists at South San Francisco Dental Care in November 2016. He is excited to surround himself with people who are dedicated to excellence in the care of patients.
Dr. Yui grew up in South Sacramento. He enjoys outdoor activities such as rock climbing and hiking, and spending time with family. He is also fluent in Cantonese.
“It is my privilege to provide treatments that help people retain their own, natural teeth. Tooth loss can be an emotionally difficult experience for a patient, so I strive to help people keep their teeth for as long as possible. As an endodontist, I am in a unique position to help people feel better, improve their oral and overall health, and encourage them to maintain their natural teeth.”
Dr. Jeffrey Yui
Why Patients Love Dr. Jeffrey Yui
"Dr. Yui is a miracle worker! The root canal went off without a hitch and I was one of the lucky ones who didn't experience any of the post-root canal negatives like swelling, pain, and sore gums."