Our mission is to promote dental health with hospitality.
We strive to be kind, courteous and concerned for our patients, while continually providing our patients with the highest level of dental health professionally possible. Our dental services are designed, our hours are set, and our employees are hired to meet the needs of our patients.
We take any PPO insurance, as long as you can choose your doctor.
For more information on our insurance and benefits click here.
Find a location
We have 6 locations in San Bernardino, Riverside, Hesperia, Rancho Cucamonga, Palm Desert, and Rancho Mirage. Please visit our locations page to find an office near you.
What to expect
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You can expect a calm, inviting reception room, high-tech equipment, and a warm welcome when you come in for your visit. Treating patients for over 45 years, we’ve worked hard to create an office where patients feel safe and well-cared for. We want to make sure you feel comfortable coming back to visit us every six months because regular dental exams are key to our patients' health. Dental exams should be part of everyone’s preventative health maintenance plan because, in the long run, it will save you time, money, and inconvenience. Most importantly, it will ensure you are healthy and free of any pain or discomfort.
New patients should come prepared to get a cleaning, consultation, an x-ray (only if needed) and perhaps a scheduled follow-up for any additional work that may be needed. If necessary the dental hygienist and/or doctor may give you some tips on brushing and flossing to get the most effective results for the time you should spend twice a day dedicated to your teeth.
If you have any anxiety about the appointment, feel free to bring it up with our staff. You are in good hands when you come into Hospitality Dental, because our staff is trained to put the patient’s health first.
What to bring
To make your visit as simple and convenient as possible, please bring any dental x-rays you’ve taken in the past six months. If you don’t have them, we can take new ones. Please bring any relevant information about your medical history, any medication you might be taking, your dental history and any dental insurance you may have.