Meet our Rohnert Park Dentists
Skill and compassion go hand in hand when providing exceptional patient care. As a dental professional, I stay up to date on the latest advancements in dentistry in order to provide the most current treatment options for my patients. As a doctor, I recognize that my patients are unique individuals who have placed a great deal of trust in me and my team. That is just one reason why I value each and every patient relationship.
I appreciate the time you’ve taken to visit this site and find out more about this dental practice, my team, and the many services we can provide to help you achieve optimum oral health.
Dr. Robert Y. Chiang
Dr. Chiang grew up on the San Francisco Peninsula; his wife Christina is from Santa Rosa. He went to the University of the Pacific for his undergraduate and dental school degrees, graduating in 2007. He has practiced dentistry for nine years as an associate in different private practice settings on the peninsula and in 2011 he moved to Crescent City for a public health dental position. There he worked with children and adults as the director of the dental clinic at the Open Doors Community Health Center. Dr. Chiang is current with all the latest dental techniques. He enjoys meeting people and exploring new places.
Dr. Philip A Terribilini
Dr. Terribilini was born and raised in Penngrove, CA and graduated high school at Rancho Cotate. He received a bachelor degree from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. During his undergraduate studies, he spent two years in Italy doing missionary work for the LDS (Mormon) church. He then attended dental school graduating in 1979 from Loyola University of Chicago School of Dental Surgery with clinical honors. He began his practice in Rohnert Park in 1979 and has enjoyed over 30 years of serving in the community.
Dr. Terribilini and his wife have raised 5 children in Sonoma County and thoroughly enjoy their growing number of grandchildren. He enjoys biking, swimming and running. One of his greatest passions is the time he has spent on expeditions to countries such as China, Peru and Honduras doing humanitarian dentistry which is a truly rewarding experience.
As of February 2017, Dr. Terribilini has retired. After 37 years of service in the Rohnert Park community, he has decided to do some traveling, family history work as well as be a full time Grandpa! We thank him for all the years of service and wish him well.