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32140 Temecula Pkwy #203
Temecula, CA 92592
(951) 302-4888

Your Friendly & Bilingual Temecula Dentist

{city} dentist patients after visiting dental officeAt The Dental Suite at Temecula, we believe that you should never compromise with your oral health. That's why we leverage our extensive experience to provide you with exceptional dental services in a warm, friendly environment. We genuinely enjoy creating long-lasting relationships with our patients, and we can't wait to start one with you.

We've offered high-quality dentistry to individuals and families in Temecula and the surrounding communities for years. Our team, led by Dr. Maria Contreras, believes in offering accessible dentistry. To better serve our patients, we're fluent in both English and Spanish. We can provide you with extensive dental offerings under one roof, from simple teeth cleanings to complex procedures like full smile reconstruction.

You can find our Temecula dental office between Campanula Way and Meadows Pkwy. near Temecula Valley Hospital. Additionally, our practice is conveniently accessible from the SR 79 highway if you're in the surrounding areas. Call us today to schedule your appointment!


Our Personalized Temecula Dental Services

During your initial exam, Dr. Contreras will sit down with you to craft your personalized treatment plan. She'll ask you questions about your lifestyle and dental goals to understand which of our services is right for you. A hallmark of our Temecula dental office is only providing you with dental care that you need without overselling. Our goal is to ensure you're fully informed about our procedures. As such, feel free to ask any questions that come to mind.

Some of our dental offerings include:

Our Honest Approach to Dentistry

{city} bilingual dentist providing a patient with dental servicesAt The Dental Suite at Temecula, we are passionate about treating you with honesty and integrity. When we sit down with you to craft your personalized treatment plan, we ensure that the services we recommend are necessary to improve your oral health. Our Temecula dentist will gladly explain in detail what our procedures and services entail. In addition, your input plays a crucial role in creating your plan, and we encourage you to provide feedback.

Protecting Your Oral Health in Temecula

Our entire staff values the trust you've placed in us. We strive to exceed your expectations from the moment you walk through our doors. If you're looking for an excellent dentist in Temecula, our office is the place for you. To better serve our community, we are bilingual in English and Spanish. Contact The Dental Suite at Temecula today to schedule your next visit!


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The Dental Suite at Temecula
Maria Contreras, D.D.S.
Health & Happiness in Every Smile

Temecula, CA Dentist, Maria Contreras, DDS is a professional dedicated to Excellence in General, Family, & Cosmetic Dentistry such as Dental Makeovers, Porcelain Veneers, Teeth Whitening, Crowns/Caps & many other dental procedures. Please come and visit Temecula, CA Dentist, Maria Contreras, DDS.

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