Dr. Richard Sung
Dr. Richard Sung became a dentist in order to contribute to society and help people get out of pain. He values ethics and takes pride in his work, especially when he is able to save teeth through restorative dentistry. Dr. Sung graduated from Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in Fort Lauderdale in 2018 and joined Sabal Dental in 2020.
Live your best life with a new smile! Treatments include teeth whitening, dental veneers, tooth bonding, gum reshaping, and complete smile makeovers. Plan a visit soon to discover all your cosmetic dentistry options.
We give you many ways to rebuild your smile, including crowns, bridges, dentures, dental implant restoration, and root canal treatment. You’ll be able to eat what you want and smile with pride again. Call soon for details.
Don’t put up with a painful tooth! Visit us today so we can remove your painful tooth and help you feel like yourself again. We offer inhaled sedation for relaxation, plus enjoy a pillow and blanket while we work.
Partner With an Expert Dental Team
When you visit Sabal Dental for your smile care, you’re putting your trust in an experienced team of dental professionals. We’ve kept the Corpus Christi area smiling for many years! Our loyal patients love that their comfort comes first here. We offer you inhaled sedation with laughing gas if you’re nervous about your treatment, plus you can always ask for a soft pillow or warm blanket to feel more comfortable. We even have a beverage station for your refreshment.
Call your new dentist in Alameda Corpus Christi today at 361-529-9245 to schedule an appointment that’s simple and stress-free – what dentistry should be.
Common Questions From Our Patients
Yes, we gladly accept all dental insurance PPOs. We will even work with you to maximize your benefits and help you get the care that your smile needs to look its best. If you have a question about a specific insurance plan, just give us a call and a friendly staff member will be glad to assist you.
We recommend bringing your child to see us at the age of 6 months or when their first tooth begins coming in. This will give your dentist a chance to examine their developing teeth and mouth and catch any small problems early on. At this first appointment, we’ll also give you tips and advice to help you keep your child’s smile healthy.
You should always use a soft-bristle toothbrush, as medium- and hard-bristle brushes can damage your gums. It is also important to choose a brush with the right size head. If your mouth is smaller, for example, select a brush with a smaller head, and vice versa if your mouth is larger.
- Monday 8am-5pm
- Tuesday 8am-5pm
- Wednesday 8am-5pm
- Thursday 8am-5pm
- Friday 8am-5pm
- Saturday Closed
- Sunday Closed