Dr. Vidjak has always practiced minimally invasive dentistry in Beverly Hills, California because he believes in preserving as much of a patient’s natural tooth structure as possible. Why? Because it is healthier, more unique to you, and looks better. Dr. Vidjak has led the way with many other dental professionals in following the philosophy that the best dentistry should be minimally invasive.

With traditional restorative dentistry, patients have to lose nearly 75% of their natural tooth structure. The tooth they are born with becomes a mere peg; and over time, this can shorten the life of the tooth. Minimally invasive dentistry allows you to hold on to the teeth you have with the correct use of:

  • Better porcelains
  • Advanced adhesives
  • Stronger materials

These dental materials allow Dr. Frank Vidjak to repair and restore your smile without the traditional destruction of the tooth’s natural structure. Minimally invasive dentistry makes so much more sense because the more of you there is, the better.

Talk to us at Frank M A Vidjak, DDS, MSEd! What are your goals for your smile? Are you an actor, want to have more confidence, or simply want the best? You are going to love the way our prosthdontist provides dental care and the way you are going to look. Give us a call to start your minimally invasive dentistry transformation!

The skilled doctors at our practice are Frank M. A. Vidjak, DDS, MSEd and Fanny Yacaman, DDS, MSEd, MS.



Doctors Bio Image - Dr.Frank Vidjak
Dr. Vidjak has been a prosthodontist for over two decades, with his private practice in Beverly Hills from 1989. A USC School of Dentistry graduate, he completed his specialty training in prosthodontics and an MS in Medical Education at USC where he also taught the School of Dentistry. He was its Clinical Director of the Advanced Prosthodontic Program and International Student Program too.



Doctors Bio Image - Dr. Fanny Yacaman
Dr. Yacaman received her DDS from the University Technologica of Mexico and served the clinical faculty in Endodontics at Unitec. She practiced endodontics in Mexico City for over 15 years. She has an advanced specialty certificate in Endodontics and a Master of Science in Medical Education from the USC and has been a Clinical Faculty member at the UCLA School of Dentistry Department of Endodontics since 1996. She specializes in Root Resorption treatment, having researched on External Root Resorption for a Master’s in Craniofacial Molecular Biology at USC’s Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology. She is one of five endodontists trained in this complicated procedure. She is a local and international lecturer in endodontics and microsurgery and has received many awards and has published articles in the area.