Dr. Christine Chung, DDS

Christine Chung, DDSDr. Christine Chung is a general dentist who considers her patients as her family and gives them the same care as her own. She is one of most renowned and caring dentists. As the co-owner of 7 Day Dental, she operates our two offices located in Laguna Woods and Ladera Ranch. Dr. Christine Chung completed her undergraduate studies at University of California Irvine in 1992 and graduated from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry in 1996. Right after obtaining her doctorate degree in 1996, she has been practicing general dentistry in the same year. Dr. Chung is a member of the American Dental Association, Orange County Dental Society, and the California Dental Association.

Being a devotee of her profession, Dr. Christine Chung constantly strives to improve and update her knowledge in the field of dentistry and related studies. She has always strengthened her understanding of diagnosis and treatment by reading research and attending post graduate seminars on such subjects as periodontal surgery, dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, and endodontics.

Dr. Chung has a passion for dentistry. Her love of dentistry and genuine concern for others are two qualities that impress those who know her well. Her happy moments are when she is able to help a patient restore his/her smile, or help a patient get through the pain of a dental emergency. She has done full mouth cosmetic restorations perfectly for many patients. Since she has the ability to work with children so easily, they also love her, and she enjoys treating children.

Dr. Chung speaks both English and Vietnamese fluently. Her pastimes are traveling, meeting new people, dining, fashion, tennis, and golf.

Q & A with Christine Chung, DDS

Q: What do you do to calm down a patient that is scared of dental procedures?

A: I talk to patients gently and have them take breaks. Prior to treating, I illustrate some procedures that help reduce their stress and help them feel at ease.

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