Welcome To Our Practice

At South Shore Smiles, our doctors are committed to providing the highest quality dental care, while maintaining an atmosphere that is positive for both our staff and patients.

We are a husband and wife team that is dedicated to the lifelong dental health of every member of your family. We’ll hope you’ll let your family grow with us as we put smiles on their faces.

General Dentistry

Dr. Roger Shieh is the general dentist at South Shore Smiles. He offers a wide range of dental services that include fillings, crowns/bridges, periodontal therapy, dental extractions, dental implants, braces, dentures, and more. He utilizes the latest technologies to assure his patients have the most up-to-date treatment options to help enhance their smile and maintain their oral health, It is his goal to make your visit extremely pleasant and to give you a smile you can be proud of.

Pediatric Dentistry

Dr. Rachel Dunlop is the pediatric specialist at South Shore Smiles. Her pediatric dental training includes treating infants, children, and patients with medical, physical, and mental special needs. Dr. Dunlop believes in caring for your child as if she were caring for her own. She sincerely looks forward to meeting you and your child!

Membership Plan

South Shore Smiles is happy to announce that we are now offering an in-office membership plan to assist patients with coverage options. Our membership plans are designed to allow patients and their families the opportunity to work directly with our office to help provide you with coverage for all of your dental needs. These plans are individual reduced fee dental plan that allows individuals and their families to receive quality care for a percentage off the office’s fees. This is not an insurance plan so no claims are filed.

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

What Our Patients Say About Us

  • "It was my first time taking my 6-year-old there. He loved the dr and his assistant. They were very friendly and talked to my son to keep him laughing and having a great time. Defiantly found my sons new dentist! Thank you to everyone who helped us during this visit"
    Tiphani W.
  • "Need a great place to take your young kids? Take them there! Each and every staff member is so kind, comforting, and genuine. I also love how the whole family can go there, so no need to go from a pediatric dentist to a family practice later on. Dr. B is so bubbly and makes great connections with my girls!"
    Taylor M.
  • "It was my first visit for an unplanned dental “emergency”. They were able to get me into the office within a day.
    It was a very pleasurable experience. They really seemed to be concerned with my comfort throughout my procedure which was a nice change compared to all of the dentists I have visited in the past.
    I would highly recommend you give them a try"
    Rick S.

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