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(909) 356-2006
16135 Sierra Lakes Parkway
Fontana, CA 92336

Monday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Tuesday

10:00AM – 7:00PM

Wednesday

10:00AM – 7:00PM

Thursday

10:00AM – 7:00PM

Friday

9:00AM – 6:00PM

Saturday

CLOSED

Sunday

CLOSED
(909) 356-2006
16135 Sierra Lakes Parkway
Fontana, CA 92336

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Monday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Tuesday

10:00AM – 7:00PM

Wednesday

10:00AM – 7:00PM

Thursday

10:00AM – 7:00PM

Friday

9:00AM – 6:00PM

Saturday

CLOSED

Sunday

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Gina Stone on Google
6 days ago
Dr was awesome & they do not try to swindle you & say you need work when you don’t

Veronica Soliman on Google
1 week ago
I had my wisdom teeth extracted about a week ago here and I just want to say how thankful I am for Dr. Choi! He’s the kindest, most humble doctor I have ever met and he was extremely thorough in explaining everything and making sure I had no questions— even a week later! He made the entire experience so much better than I thought it was going to be and just the fact that he’s so patient, experienced, helpful, and kind are all reasons why I’d 100% recommend him to anybody who is thinking about getting their wisdom teeth removed. My experience: I arrived at around 7am with my mom and went inside, filled out some paperwork and then they took my X-rays (they struggled a bit with their system, but it ended up fine afterwards). The staff walked in and to be quite honest, some of them were a little rude, but not overly mean. Anyway, they took my blood pressure, attaching me to those monitors and then Dr. Choi walked in and explained everything and that my impacted teeth would most likely need to be removed. About a half hour later someone with their pricing dept. talked to me and after I signed the forms, (like a half hour later), another one of the nurses placed an IV in my arm and the electrode measuring devices. Dr. Choi and his staff walked in and attached a device to my nose that was used to bring in oxygen and then they put a tube in it and I knocked out after that so I don’t really remember any of the procedure. I think it was an hour later— I don’t remember how long because I was asleep, one of the nurses woke me up and moved me to another chair where I was falling asleep. I remember just being really aware of my surroundings, but also really tired. Another nurse placed a facemask on me and led me to my car and then I drove home. After surgery I was still nervous to drink water, but I remember replacing the gauze about three times ever few hours and drinking during that time. I didn’t bleed as much as I thought I would and I did take like 3 naps with the gauze in my mouth and I’d push it to the side to drink water if I didn’t replace it. It wasn’t as big a hassle as I thought, but the drugs from surgery did wear off at around 2pm that day so I started taking ibuprofen. At around 8pm, I took the graze out and there wasn’t any blood on it, so I stopped wearing the gauze. Important thing to note is that if you get your teeth removed, you should keep pressure on the wound to slow/stop the bleeding. I was unable to put a toothbrush in my mouth the first day so I couldn’t brush my teeth until day 1 after surgery.And that night I took 1 norco and it worked well; I was prescribed antibiotics as well and those hurt my stomach each time I took them the entire week, but I will get into those details later. Day 1 (after surgery): my mouth hurt a lot, I had been prescribed ibuprofen and narcotics and even after taking both, there was still a little bit of pain. I could only sleep on my back and all I ate was yogurt and pudding. Day 2-3 were very similar to day one, I still only ate pudding and yogurt, but I wasn’t really hungry so it didn’t bother me. Day 4: I had a piece of chicken but it took me about 2 hours to eat it, I chewed with my front teeth which took a lot longer as you can imagine. I wish I had napped more. Anyway, a week later, I am off the antibiotics and stitches have dissolved for the most part. I can pretty much eat whatever and my tooth-brushing routine is back to normal (Dr. Choi prescribed a Medicated mouth-wash that you use one week after surgery) so I’ve been using that twice a day after brushing my teeth. For anyone who is considering/nervous about getting their wisdom teeth out, I would 10/10 recommend Dr. Choi because he has a lot of experience and makes you feel really comfortable throughout the procedure, and even a week later I am able to contact him with any questions I had. Everything is slowly healing and oral hygiene is extremely important. So that’s my experience at Bright Now Dental Fontana, I couldn’t have asked for a better surgeon/anesthesiologist beside Dr. Choi!

renaissancesky on Google
2 weeks ago
Quick and easy experience. The doctor was great!

Kelly Duffy on Google
3 weeks ago
Wonderful, patient, kind and friendly. My kid was scared and screaming, he’s 4. DDS. Gorrell was great. He was calm, patient and not pushy at all. He didn’t even seem to be frustrated with how my son was freaking out and it was the end of day. He fixed a tooth that lost a filling. Rebeca the RDA is so good with kids. My son calmed down and let her clean his teeth. DDS Gorrell saved me money because normally my kid needs Nozz to get anything done.

Aaron Galvan on Google
2 months ago
(Translated by Google) I liked it and I recommend it! (Original) Me gustò y se los recomiendo!!

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