Dr. Keith R. Larson DMD, Dentist

Dr. Keith R. Larson DMD


17895 NW Evergreen Pkwy Suite 130 Beaverton Oregon, 97006



Dr. Keith Larson is a dentist practicing in Beaverton, Oregon. Dr. Larson specializes in diagnoses and treatment of sleep disordered breathing. His practice, for the past 8 years, is limited to treatment of sleep apnea and snoring with oral appliances.

Provider Details

Male English

Professional Society Memberships

  • Oregon Dental Association- Past President

Articles and Publications

  • Published

Hobbies / Sports

  • Spending Time With Grandchildren, Archery, Chess

Favorite professional publications

  • The Journal of the American Dental Association

Accepted Insurance

Dr. Keith R. Larson DMD's Practice location

Beaverton Oregon Dentist and Dental Practice

17895 NW Evergreen Pkwy -
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
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New patients: 503-716-6712

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