Get to know the Office and Doctors
that will be taking care of your smile.
At DentalWorks High Point, you’ll find gentle, understanding dentists and hygienists committed to helping you look and feel better. And we’re working hard to make it easy to keep your family healthy. To clean your teeth. Straighten your smiles. And do it in a way that fits best with your schedule and life.
We’re the dentist you can trust for the life of your smiles. Because whether you know it or not, we already consider your family, part of ours.
2640 South Main Street, Suite 101
High Point, NC 27263
Phone Number: (336) 889-0170
Fax Number: (216) 584-1117
Monday-Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: 8am – 1pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
The DentalWorks High Point dental facility is centrally located in High Point, NC. Open and airy, we welcome new and existing patients to our facility. Equipped with progressive dental technologies, every aspect was designed with the patient in mind. The patient experience begins with a warm welcome from our front desk staff, where patients are promptly checked in. We offer several exam rooms, along with a consultation space. Our treatment room is fully equipped with the highest grade dental technology to ensure that every patient has a comfortable and painless experience. Our team welcomes you to visit our sprawling dental facility, DentalWorks High Point in High Point, so that we can provide you the service you deserve.
For same day appointments contact our Greensboro location on Battleground Avenue at (336) 791-8659.
Dental care is available for patients of all ages, including pediatric services and care for senior patients as well as adults.
For teeth that are out of alignment, metal braces can effectively shift the teeth to a proper position.
A dental implant involves placing a replacement tooth root in the jawbone, which provides the foundation for temporary or permanent tooth options.
Multiple types of oral conditions, such as disease, might negatively affect a patient's overall wellness. Stemming from damaging oral bacteria, gum disease is considered a main source of loose or missing teeth among patients aged 35 and up...
There are many types of oral surgery, including surgical procedures such as a tooth removal or a root canal.
Dentures are used to replace all of a patient’s teeth (complete dentures) or several teeth (partial dentures) to restore your smile.
DentalWorks cosmetic dentistry procedures will rejuvenate your smile.
In addition to preventative care, repairing your smile, and all of our standard services, we have even more that can help you and your family stay healthy.
From checkup and cleanings, to transforming your smile, our dental family is here for yours. But don’t take our word for it. See what our patients are saying about us.
Son had to have 4 wisdom teeth pulled, they worked VERY fast only took 35 mins and we were on our way. My son only had to use the Ibuprofen twice since his procedure 5 days ago. Highly recommend and only used them this time because the office is in the network with MetLife Dental.J.M.
Everyone here was very nice. The office was clean and in good order. My dentist was kind and went over my care plan w me in a positive way.M.H.
Beatriz Agüero, D.D.S., is a General Dentist.
Dr. Agüero is originally from New York City. She graduated from UNC Chapel Hill School of Dentistry in 1996 and immediately began practicing in Greensboro. She is fluent in Spanish and English. Dr. Agüero spends a lot of time helping the dental community. She is a member of the ADA, Guilford County Dental Society, and the NC Dental Society. She is also a CITA examiner and the president for the 3rd district of the NC Dental Society. Dr. Agüero has also volunteered many hours in the NC MOM clinics in Greensboro and Reidsville and has also worked to provide dental services to our soldiers. Dr. Aguero enjoys all aspects of dentistry especially prosthetics and implant dentistry. In her spare time, Dr. Agüero enjoys singing in an all-female rock band.
Peeranan S. Lee, D.M.D., is a General Dentist.
Dr. Peeranan S. Lee received her Doctor of Medical Dentistry degree from the School of Medicine in Lewisville, Kentucky, in 1994. Dr. Lee went on to complete her general practice residency in Fresno, California, in 1995. She stays active in her community by volunteering with her church family. She donates her time and talents by going to Moldova, Russia, on a Medical Dental Mission to bring medical and dental care to the Moldavian community. Dr. Lee also volunteers with the MOM clinics of North Carolina, and she participates with the North Carolina Baptist Men’s dental bus, which travels to local churches and provides dental services to local residents who may not otherwise be able to get to a dental provider. Dr. Lee enjoys traveling and recently traveled to see her extended family in Thailand. She also enjoys reading and spending time with her young son Darren.
Chase Joyce, D.M.D., is a General Dentist.
As a Dentist, I thoroughly enjoy having the ability to change patients’ lives on a daily basis. Dentistry is rewarding to me as it allows me to provide a level of care that can affect patients’ lives in many ways. Whether a patient comes in with pain, has a cosmetic issue or needs preventative care, I’m ready to make a difference. One of the greatest rewards is that when patients leave the office, their confidence is greater and ultimately their quality of life is improving.
I received a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from LECOM School of Dental Medicine, in Florida and an undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from East Carolina University. As a member of the American Dental Association, I’m always looking to continually learn the latest in dentistry so that I can provide the highest level of care for my patients.
I’m originally from Germanton, NC where I am the oldest of four kids. I enjoy almost anything outdoors and of course family vacations at the beach. Last but certainly not least, I am happily married to the love of my life.
Our team will be following ADA guidelines to make sure we all stay safe while getting you back to the treatment you need. Your appointment may look a little different, but we are prepared to see you and treat your dental needs in the safest possible environment. Please see additional steps we are taking in our practices to ensure your safety.
Please give us a call if you have any questions, or to schedule an appointment and if you develop any cold symptoms prior to your appointment, please consider rescheduling.