Originally from Los Altos, CA, Dr. Beech was next in line to become an oral surgeon after 4 generations of doctors in his family. After his residency, he worked with his dad, Dr. Anthony Beech, for several years before his father retired. Working at his dad’s office helped Dr. Beech realize his calling: to help others and change lives through oral surgery.
Dr. Beech wants his patients to know that they are never forced into treatment. He wants patients to be a part of the decision-making process and wants them to feel comfortable with the person performing surgery. When a patient leaves and they’re not in any pain and in improved health, it is an extremely rewarding feeling.
Dr. Beech enjoys staying current with new medical technology and runs a study club with Dr. Reid.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in biology from Marymount University in Los Angeles in 2005, Dr. Beech went on to earn his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from USC. He graduated in 2009 and completed a 1-year fellowship at The Brooklyn Hospital Center in New York. For his residency, Dr. Beech spent 4 years between Northwestern Memorial and John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County. During this time, he gained extensive hands-on training in a hospital environment and also met his current business partner, Dr. Reid.
Dr. Beech is board-certified by the American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. This certification holds him to the highest standards of treatment and patient care, and he must work to maintain this status by demonstrating superior health care through training, experience, and knowledge.
Dr. Beech has active hospital privileges at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View and Los Gatos, CA. He is ACLS, PALS, and BLS certified. Additionally, he is an ACLS and BLS instructor.
He is Fellow/Member of the following associations:
When he’s not at work, Dr. Beech enjoys spending time with his 4 children. They play travel ice hockey for the Junior Sharks and can usually be found at the rink. He’s a big Bay Area sports fan—go Sharks, go Raiders, and go Warriors!