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Dental Plus is a family owned business
committed to quality affordable dental care,
a family like environment, and overall patient
satisfaction.


About us

Dental Plus offers comprehensive dental care
offering orthodontic, cosmetic and implants
dentistry in addition to general dentistry.
We are your one stop place for all your
dental needs. We understand what a significant
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Our Practice

  • Teeth Cleaning
  • Fillings
  • Root Canals
  • Bridges
  • Gum Treatments
  • Gum Surgery
  • Extractions

About us

Dental Plus is a family owned business committed to quality affordable dental care,
a family like environment, and overall patient satisfaction. Dental Plus offers comprehensive
dental care offering orthodontic, cosmetic and implants dentistry in addition to
general dentistry. We are your one stop place for all your dental needs.
We understand what a significant difference in health and self esteem
a beautiful smile can make, which is why we strive to give each of
our patients the beautiful, straight smile they deserve.

Meet Our Team

  • Dr. Stephen Oh

    Dr. Stephen Oh has been practicing dentistry for over 23 years and has been
    practicing in Riverside for 17 years.

    • University of California, Berkley, B.S. Biochemistry
    • University of California, San Francisco, D.D.S.
  • Sue

    Sue has been a receptionist for Dr. Stephen Oh for more than 10 years.
    She is the wife of Dr. Oh and they currently have two children, Earl and Inah.
    She likes to play badminton and makes a mean fajita.

Our Facility

Our facility was newly renovated in 2012 and outfitted with state of the art dental equipment using the latest technology.

Treatments

General Dentistry

A beautiful smile begins with excellent oral hygiene.
You should keep that smile looking its best by taking good care of your teeth and gums.
Our overall emphasis is on health at each exam visit.
The general dentistry services we provide are:

  • Teeth Cleaning
  • Fillings
  • Root Canals
  • Bridges
  • Gum Treatments
  • Gum Surgery
  • Extractions
  • Dentures

Cosmetic Dentistry

The main goal of traditional dentistry is to keep your teeth healthy.
However, cosmetic dentistry takes oral hygiene to a whole new level,
with a concentration on enhancing the overall look of your teeth.
Your smile is your window to the world, and it's the first thing that makes an impression,
so it's no wonder that more and more people are turning to cosmetic dentistry
for corrective procedures and aesthetic enhancement.
Whether you want to fix a chipped tooth or get a complete smile makeover,
we can help you achieve the smile you've always wanted.
The services we provide for cosmetic dentistry are:

  • Veneers
  • White fillings     

Implant Dentistry

Whether your missing tooth is a result of periodontitis, tooth decay, or an injury, dental implants,
which are significantly stronger than bridges or dentures, offers a single and permanent
solution to a lost tooth. The implant is integrated into your jaw with a small titanium screw
and over the course of several months naturally bonds with your mouth.
This procedure is relatively simple and effective in almost all cases, so there’s no need
to put off restoring that great smile.

Orthodontics

Orthodontics is one of many dental specialties. The word “orthodontics” is derived from the Greek word orthos,
meaning proper and straight and odons meaning teeth. Orthodontics is specifically concerned with diagnosing
and treating tooth misalignment and irregularity in the jaw area. Initially, orthodontic treatments were geared
toward the treatment of teens and pre-teens, but these days around 30 percent of orthodontic patients are adults.

There are many advantages to well-aligned teeth, including easier cleaning, better oral hygiene,
clearer speech and a more pleasant smile. Though orthodontic treatment can be effective at
any age, the American Dental Association suggests that an orthodontic assessment should be
performed around the age of seven. The earlier orthodontic treatment begins, the more quickly
the problem can be successfully resolved. The orthodontic treatments we provide are:

Emergency Care

You need Help !

Dental problems don't always happen during regularly scheduled office hours.
Here at Dental Plus, we understand that tooth pain and oral injuries can occur at any time.
Our patients can give us a call, no matter the hour. We offer emergency dentistry services
to address dental issues that simply can't wait.

Basic Dental Tips


Your smile depends on simple dental care habits, such as brushing and flossing.
But are you using the right techniques?
Follow these steps to protect your oral health.

Brushing for oral health

Oral health begins with clean teeth. Consider these brushing basics from the American
Dental Association:


Brush your teeth at least twice a day. When you brush, don't rush. Take enough time to do a thorough job.


Use the proper equipment.
Use fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush that fits your mouth comfortably.
Consider using an electric or battery-operated toothbrush, especially if you have arthritis or other problems
that make it difficult to brush effectively.

Practice good technique. Hold your toothbrush at a slight angle against your teeth and brush with short back-and-forth motions. Remember to brush the inside and chewing surfaces of your teeth, as well as your tongue. Avoid vigorous or harsh scrubbing, which can irritate your gums.


Keep your equipment clean.
Always rinse your toothbrush with water after brushing. Store your toothbrush in an upright position, if possible, and allow it to air dry until using it again. Don't routinely cover toothbrushes or store them in closed containers, which can encourage the growth of bacteria.


Know when to replace your toothbrush.
Invest in a new toothbrush or a replacement head for your electric or battery-operated toothbrush every three to four months — or sooner if the bristles become frayed.

Flossing for oral health

You can't reach the tight spaces between your teeth or under your gumline with a toothbrush. That's why daily flossing is important. When you floss:

Don't skimp. Break off about 18 inches (46 centimeters) of dental floss. Wind most of the floss around the middle finger on one hand, and the rest around the middle finger on the other hand — leaving about 1 inch (3 centimeters) to floss your first tooth.

Take it one tooth at a time. Use your thumbs and forefingers to gently pull the floss from the gumline to the top of the tooth to scrape off plaque. Rub the floss against all sides of the tooth. Unwind to fresh floss as you progress to the next tooth.

Keep it up. If you have trouble getting floss through your teeth, try the waxed variety. If it's hard to manipulate the floss, use a floss holder or an interdental cleaner — such as a dental pick or stick designed to clean between the teeth.

Other oral health care tips


In addition to daily brushing and flossing, consider using an antimicrobial mouth rinse to help reduce plaque between your teeth.
To remove food particles from your teeth, you might try an oral irrigator — a device that aims a stream of water at your teeth. Resist the temptation to use toothpicks or other objects that could injure your gums. Keep in mind, however, that an oral irrigator doesn't replace daily brushing and flossing, since it doesn't remove plaque.

When to see the dentist


To prevent gum disease and other oral health problems, schedule regular dental cleanings and exams — generally once or twice a year. In the meantime, contact your dentist if you notice any signs or symptoms that could suggest oral health problems, such as:

  • Red, tender or swollen gums
  • Gums that bleed when you brush or floss
  • Gums that begin pulling away from your teeth
  • Loose permanent teeth
  • Changes in the way your top and bottom teeth align with each other
  • Unusual sensitivity to hot and cold
  • Persistent bad breath or an unusual taste in your mouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember, early detection and treatment of problems with your gums, teeth and mouth can help ensure a lifetime of good oral health.

When should my child start seeing a dentist?


By the time your child is 6 months of age, your doctor should assess the likelihood of your child having future dental problems. If he or she thinks your child will have dental problems, be sure your child sees a dentist before his or her first birthday or 6 months after the first primary teeth appear, whichever comes first. After your first visit, schedule regular visits every 6 months or as your dentist recommends.

 

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Contact Us


9661 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, CA 92503
Office: 951)354-7664 Cell: 951)275-4321
E-mail: dentalplusriverside@gmail.com