Dentistry Done Right is dedicated to ensuring our patients receive exceptional care in a welcoming environment. Our experienced dental team is dedicated to keeping up to date with the latest dental treatments and technologies. The core of our practice is general dentistry. Under the guidance of Dr. Timothy Rhee, we’re dedicated to being your home for dental care in Corona, CA.
Make Dentistry Done Right Your Home For General Dentistry
Receiving consistent oral health care is essential to keeping your smile beautiful and healthy. Your regular visits include a variety of treatment approaches that address oral health concerns. Here at Dentistry Done Right, we provide a range of treatments for you and your family. These include:
- Preventative Services – The first step to maintaining oral health is preventing concerns before they arrive. We provide numerous preventative services, such as dental cleaning, fluoride treatments, and dental sealants to keep decay from taking hold.
- Restoration Services – Damage and tooth loss don’t require poor oral hygiene. Tooth decay is just one of the things that can make restoration dentistry necessary. Trauma and disease can also lead to damage to your teeth. Restoration dentistry is there to help address this damage and restore your smile to its previous function and appearance. Dentures, implants, crowns, and fillings are all types of restorations we provide at our clinic.
- Cosmetic Procedures – We can have a beautiful, healthy smile and still want to take steps to improve our appearance. We provide dental whitening procedures, veneers, and cosmetic bonding services to improve your smile. Some aesthetic improvement processes, such as fillings and crowns, also have a restorative effect.
The importance of our oral health stretches beyond the appearance and function of our smile. Ongoing research has shown that oral health may connect to overall health. Related conditions include diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and other concerns. We can also provide assistive treatment to patients working to manage sleep apnea symptoms.
During your visit to Dentistry Done Right, you’ll meet with one of our dental professionals to assess your current oral health. Any concerns will be identified, and a treatment plan will be developed with the help of Dr. Rhee. Throughout your life, we’ll be there at every stage to address your changing oral health.
Did you know…
that the American Dental Association recommends that every American visit a general dentist a minimum of one time every six months? Doing so can aid in the detection of decay, oral disease and other dental health problems before the progress and become severe. If you are at risk for certain complications or have a history or periodontal disease and advanced decay, you may need to visit your general dentist on a more frequent basis. Patients who visit their dentist regularly and as recommended are more likely to retain their natural teeth and enjoy a lifetime of good oral health.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to visit a general dentist?
Yes. Even if you are not currently experiencing any symptoms of tooth decay or gum disease, it is important to visit your dentist for a thorough examination and cleaning. Despite daily brushing and flossing, your teeth can still accumulate tartar that can harbor bacteria. These bacteria can lead to gum disease and tooth decay if not professionally removed at your dentist’s office.
What should I expect during my dentist visit?
Your visit will begin with a general inspection of the condition of your teeth. If you have not been to the dentist in a while, your dentist may order x-rays. An oral hygienist will then use special metal instruments to gently scrape away tartar along your gum line. Later, your dentist will review your x-rays and discuss any symptoms you may have been experiencing. He or she will then make a recommendation for treatment (if applicable) and answer any questions you may have.
Are there any special instructions I need to follow after seeing my dentist?
Based on the results of your dental check-up, your general dentist may recommend that you return for treatment or follow a special at-home oral care plan. You may also be referred to a dental specialist for treatment of advanced oral health conditions.
Visit Dentistry Done Right In Corona, CA
A daily oral hygiene routine is essential to maintaining good oral health. However, a complete oral health regimen also requires seeing your dentist twice a year. Even a consistent oral hygiene routine can struggle with troublesome plaque and tartar, gum disease, and tooth decay. Regularly scheduled visits ensure that Dr. Rhee can identify any trouble areas, address existing problems, and help you adjust your oral hygiene routine. We’re always looking to grow our patient family. If you’re looking for a new dental provider, or to schedule an appointment with our team, call today.
We look forward to seeing you at Dentistry Done Right in Corona, CA.