James L. Rore DDS
Dr Rore’s roots are in the Stockton Linden area having been born here and gone to local schools while growing up. For college he wanted to move away so he first went to Fresno State. Once he set his mind on following his father and going into dentistry for a profession, he transferred to UOP and received a BS in biology in 1982. That summer he started the dental program at UOP’s dental school in San Francisco and graduated in 1985.
Passing the state board examination shortly after graduation, Dr. Rore joined his father Walter Rore in practice in Stockton. The senior Dr. Rore had established the practice in 1957.
Dr Rore continued his education and expanded his knowledge in dentistry by taking additional training. Having placed his first implant in 1986, he took a residence program on implants through UOP’s dental school in 1989 through 1990. In 1991, he stayed on with the program as an instructor.
In 1990, Dr. Rore completed an advance periodontal study group at UOP. Then in 1994 he completed a course on sedation dentistry from USC. Besides being licensed in IV sedation, Dr. Rore is a California State Board examiner providing oversight for the state of those offices that provide IV sedation.
In 1997, Dr. Rore completed a two year program with Progressive Orthodontics and has been providing orthodontic care to his patients.
Presently Dr. Rore lives on the family farm out in Linden where he grows cherries and walnut. He is married and has four daughters and one son. He is an avid flyer and has his flight instructor license. He has built his own aircraft and has a second one under construction in his barn. Dr Rore hunts, fishes, skis, and spends a lot of his free time with his family.
He is dedicated to his family, his profession, his patients, and the community. He is currently in practice by himself since his father passed away in 2000.