Our practice offers comprehensive dental care with an emphasis on lifetime prevention. We use the latest techniques in cosmetic dentistry, periodontal care, implant dentistry, and orthodontic treatment. Your comfort and dental health are foremost in our minds.
Exceptional dentistry is more than excellent clinical skills and state-of-the-art equipment. Establishing lasting relationships with our patients, based upon mutual trust and open communication, is an important factor. We are always happy to meet new patients, and it gives us great satisfaction to know you believe in our services enough to recommend us to your friends.
Meet Dr. Farmer
Dr. Peter Farmer was born in Frankfurt, Germany. He attended the Gymnasium in Bad Nauheim, studied at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France, and completed college at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. He then attended University of California, San Francisco, where he graduated from the School of Dentistry in 1998.
Peter is a third-generation dentist. He carries on the tradition of quality dental care that his grandmother and grandfather, both dentists in Germany, began over 90 years ago. His mother, also a dentist, passed on the passion for beautiful teeth to him.
Peter completed a general practice residency at Meriter Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin. After he expanded his skills in hospital dentistry for one year, he pursued his German dental license and the Oregon dental license.
Returning to San Francisco in 2000, Peter worked for other dental offices in the Bay Area. He then started planning his own office to establish a practice primarily devoted to comprehensive dentistry, with an emphasis on esthetics, function, and conservation and preservation of teeth for a lifetime.
In his spare time Peter raises puppies for Guide Dogs For The Blind.
Other notables about Dr. Farmer
- Alumni of the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education
- Member of the Academy of General Dentistry
Meet Dr. Creelman
Jennifer Creelman always wanted to be a dentist. After being traumatized by seven years of orthodontics and oral surgery, she was determined to not only become a dentist, but to be the most compassionate dentist she could be. Dr. Creelman graduated from University of California, San Diego in 1994 with a BS in Physiology and Neuroscience and a minor in sociology. While in dental school, Dr Creelman, along with a few students and Faculty members, co-founded an outreach program, S.C.O.P.E. (Student Community Outreach for Public Education) which has subsequently grown to be a successful public education program at UOP School of Dentistry. Dr. Creelman graduated from UOP in 1998.
Dr Creelman has always been committed to treating underprivileged patients and spent several years working in public health, first at Marin county Dental Services and then at Tom Waddell Homeless Clinic. She also wrote grants and worked for the PAES program, which provided free dental work as a part of the welfare to work program. Caring for patients is her greatest joy and she is privileged to be a dentist alongside Dr. Peter Farmer
Puppies in Training
There's a puppy in the office! She might be yellow or maybe black and likely a Labrador Retriever or a Golden Retriever or a cross between the two. You see, when Dr. Farmer is not thinking about teeth he's often trying to mold small, furry bundles of joy into obedient and well-behaved dogs. If all goes well, the adult dogs will go on to work as guides for the blind and visually impaired--a role that literally transforms lives. So if you see a puppy with a green jacket on helping Denise behind the front desk, just ignore her. After all, she's learning to ignore you! To find out more, visit the website of Guide Dogs for the Blind in San Rafael.