Chula Vista, CA

Serving Patients in Chula Vista

dentist in Chula Vista

Why We Love Serving Chula Vista, CA

As your dentist in Chula Vista, we provide a wide range of services, from regular cleaning appointments to something more advanced like root canal therapy to cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening to give your smile a pearly white gleam. We also offer even emergency dental care, and we look forward to being your partners in lifelong dental health. Check this map if you need directions to our practice.


If you are unsure whether your situation is considered a dental emergency, do not hesitate to contact us anyway. We quickly diagnose and determine the gravity of the problem and treat you according to your emergency needs promptly. Sometimes life happens, and there are just times when dental care is immediately needed. In these times, an emergency dentist is who you need to call.

Directions to Our Practice

If you aren’t familiar with our location in Chula Vista, we can help using a few notable starting points in town as a reference. For anyone coming to us from the direction of the Chula Vista Public Library Civic Center Branch, we’re very easy to find. Get onto F St heading east, then turn left onto Landis Ave, and after that we’re a block and a half down on the left.


If you’re coming from the opposite direction, say the Sky Zone Trampoline Park across town (hopefully not for a trampoline-related emergency, but if so, we can help!), get onto Fenton St heading south, then turn right onto Otay Lakes Rd. To avoid the toll roads, stay on Otay Lakes Rd as it becomes Telegraph Canyon Rd. Get on the northbound onramp of I-805. Exit onto Bonita Rd, which becomes E St. Turn left onto Landis Ave (right after 3rd), and we’re halfway down the block on the right.

Trivia About Chula Vista

During both World Wars, an army base occupied the intersection of Main Street and Albany Avenue. Initially serving as a crucial border post in World War I, this base was later reestablished in December 1942. It became the home of the 140th Infantry Regiment within the 35th Infantry Division, undertaking essential wartime responsibilities. The regiment engaged in war games against the 10th Cavalry stationed at Camp Lockett, where they faced defeat.


The reason you might not know about this army base is that it was decommissioned in February 1944, though the division continued to make history by participating in combat operations in the European theater. Today, all vestiges of this historic post have vanished.

Have Some Unusual Fun in Chula Vista

If you want to get an exciting and very intense workout in town, we’re just around the corner and down the street from Sky Zone Trampoline Park. It’s a great place to take the kids and even a good way to do something different for a date! Try out the Ninja Warrior course, play a game of skyslam or dodgeball, test out your ninja skills, or just see how high you can bounce. They even offer more long-term programs for especially bouncy kids.


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