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Meet Jeanette Thai, DDS
Dr. Jeanette Thai received her Doctor of Dental Surgery from UCLA in 1987. She worked as an associate dentist in Los Angeles and Orange County for several years. In 1993, she opened her private practice in Lake Forest.
Jeanette Thai, DDS always forged ahead with the latest developments, vigorously advancing her education by completing hundreds of hours of post-graduate courses. She returned to UCLA in 2003 to study dental implants. Additionally, Dr. Thai earned a Fellowship with the International Congress of Implantology at the world-renowned Misch Implant Institute. This allows her to treat her patients using the latest techniques and the most advanced technology available.
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"Dr. Thai has been taking care of my family for over 15 years and she makes going to the dentist easy. Her staff are always professional, the office is clean, and parking is easy. I’m lucky to have such a great dentist and would definitely recommend her to others!"
- Shannon T.
"I am happy to have Dr. Thai as my dentist! She helps and teaches me on how to take care of my teeth better. She takes her being a dentist to the next level. My visits are always pleasant which is made better with the help and assistance of each staff or assistant in the clinic. They’re all professional and accommodating."
- Chelsea O.
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