Dr. Kiyoko Takeuchi is a 1988 graduate of UBC Dental School. She enjoys private practice because of the relationships she’s built with her patients over the last 24 years. She is humbled by the trust her patients have shown and considers it a privilege to provide dental treatment to them. She is committed to excellence and always strives to provide the highest quality of dentistry. Respect and compassion guide her to treat each of her patients as individuals with unique needs. She is happy to consult with you in your preferred language of English or Japanese.
Kiyoko chose family practice because she enjoys performing a range of treatments. In addition to the routine treatments of cavities, root canals and extractions, she has extra training in implant surgery, gum surgery, aesthetic dental treatments and botulinum injections. Please access the “Services Provided” for a complete list.
Kiyoko was born in Tokyo, Japan. Her father, having been born in Steveston, always dreamed of raising his family back on the west coast. Kiyoko was 7 when her father moved the family to Vancouver and she is grateful for his decision. She loves living in Vancouver with her husband and 2 teenaged kids.
Dr. Kirsten Lee
Dr. Lee graduated from the University of Western Ontario School of Dentistry and prior to that received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of British Columbia. She was born and educated in Vancouver, and fluent in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, and French, and has spoken Spanish for some dental missions in Mexico.
Besides practicing in Vancouver she also works part-time in Langley. She pursues continuing education on implant surgery with the AIC Implant Master Study Club and the West Coast Institute. She enjoys playing piano and violin.
She is an associate at Dr Takeuchi's office
Dr. Andrew Lee graduated from the University of British Columbia, Faculty of Dentistry after receiving his Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Cell Biology and Genetics. Born and raised in Vancouver, he is fluent in both English and Cantonese.
The son of a dentist, he understands how nerve wracking dental procedures can seem and strives to make each patient feel at ease at every appointment. He enjoys providing a variety of dental treatments and is an active participant in the Bites Institute Implant Study Club and the UBC Orthodontic Study Club.