Preventive & Restorative Dental

Smiling Family in Riverside, CA

Preventive & Restorative Dentistry in Riverside, CA

Serving Families & Patients of All Ages

Dr. Robert Perry and Stephanie Perry at Perry Dental are proud to offer state of the art restorative and preventive dental treatments in Riverside, CA. Since our practice opened in the 1950s, our dentists and staff have been committed to providing individuals and families with the highest quality care and service. Our mission is to provide patients with affordable, personalized care in a calm, caring environment. We are committed to helping our patients achieve and maintain their best oral health.

Together with our staff, our dentists are dedicated to building long-lasting, honest relationships with our patients. Our practice is equipped with modern dental technology including digital x-rays, intraoral cameras, and diagnostic tools. We are proud to serve multiple generations in our community and to be a practice families trust for comprehensive care and treatments. You are very important to us, so we will work closely with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your needs and goals.

Our preventive & restorative dental services include:

Cleanings & Preventative Maintenance

Regular dental cleanings and exams help you maintain good oral health. During a cleaning, your dental hygienist will remove tartar and plaque build up on your teeth. In addition, we will check for early signs of gum disease, decay, or oral cancer, as well as take any necessary x-rays. The visit is finished by thoroughly polishing and flossing your teeth.


A tooth extraction may be necessary if you are suffering from periodontal disease, a severely decayed tooth, or a broken tooth that is beyond repair. If your teeth are poorly positioned in your mouth, it might also be cause for removal. Tooth extractions are much less painful today than ever before, thanks to anesthetics and sedatives. In most cases, you will only experience minor bleeding, with little to no discomfort. Our team will work with you to ensure you feel safe and at ease. After your procedure is complete, we will provide you with care you need to reduce swelling and encourage healing. In addition, we will explore the tooth replacement options available to help preserve your smile and dental health.

Dentures & Partials

For patients who have lost most or all of their teeth, partials or dentures provide a great restorative option. Full dentures are designed to replace all of your natural teeth, and may give you a better smile than you had before! Partials are used when you retain some of your natural teeth. Both types are designed to look like your natural teeth and enhance your smile. Together, we will work with you to determine which restorative option fits you and your dental health care needs.


Composite or white fillings are used to restore teeth affected by cavities and to prevent future decay. This type of filling helps save natural tooth structure and is tooth colored. Compared to silver/amalgam fillings, this is a more conservative treatment option and provides your tooth with improved color, structure, strength, and stability. To ensure your fillings are virtually undetectable, we carefully match the composite material to your natural tooth color.

Crowns & Bridges

When a tooth cannot be fixed with bonding material, or is severely damaged or decaying, a dental crown may be necessary. A crown covers the remaining tooth structure and restores its functions and aesthetics.

When you lose a tooth to gum disease, injury, or decay, a dental bridge may be utilized. When you are missing a tooth, the teeth adjacent to it can begin to shift, resulting in some discomfort. A dental bridge looks and acts the same as your natural teeth and is permanently cemented to surrounding teeth. This helps close any gaps in your smile and prevents further discomfort.

Implant Restorations

An implant is a restorative option that consists of a titanium post which is surgically inserted by a specialist into the bone beneath the gum. After insertion with a designated specialist, it takes about three to six months for the metal posts to fuse with the jaw bone and properly heal at which time we will restore the implant. The replacement teeth look, feel, and function like natural teeth. When properly maintained a dental implant can last a lifetime.

For more information about our preventive and restorative dental treatments, please contact Perry Dental today at 951-688-7150. We are committed to providing each patient with personalized and honest care.