Welcome to Our Practice

Welcome to Ocean Dental, Your Dentist in Hilton Head Island, SC

Hello, I am Dr. Elizabeth Sugg and I want to personally thank you and welcome you to our website. We have really built this site with you in mind. We know that you have questions or you might be looking for information to help you make better decisions about your oral health. For whatever reason brings you here, I believe you are in the right place, as do our 2,000+ fellow Ocean Dental patients!

Our goal is to provide you with a lifelong dental health plan that costs you the least in time and money. We will work with you to ensure you take full advantage of your dental benefits, and maintain optimal oral health that is affordable.

When you enter our doors, you’ll begin to sense that you’re in no ordinary dental office, but instead have entered a warm inviting “dental home” where state-of-the-art technology easily blends with compassion and consideration. I look forward to working with you to create the smile you have always wanted.

Once you’re here, we’ll carefully listen to understand your needs, desires, and concerns about your smile. Our job is to help you get the healthy smile that’s uniquely you – we don’t do “cookie cutter” smiles! Following diagnosis, we’ll educate you about your options, develop a specific treatment plan, provide payment options, and then make you a dazzling smile that's contagious!

New Patients Welcome!

Whether your interested in cosmetic dentistry or are just looking for a great general dentist on Hilton Head, our focus on providing outstanding customer service and high quality dentistry may even make you look forward to visiting the dentist! So, whether you've got a perfect track record of dental care or haven't seen a dentist in years, we're happy you have chosen us. 

Schedule an appointment and get the healthiest smile you've ever had.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "While traveling to the island on a Friday with an excruciating toothache, I was surprised to see Ocean Dental open on a Saturday. With little hope of getting an appointment I called and they got me in immediately. First thing is first the office is beautiful and made me feel very comfortable. Dr. Suggs and her staff are so welcoming and just made you feel like you have known them all your life. If it was economical for me to travel 6.5 hours to see them I would in a heartbeat. Thank you all again!!!!"
    Megan Benedict
  • "Amazing experience, they genuinely do care about there patients."
    Jair Sanchez
  • "Wonderful experience! The entire staff went above and beyond for me. Highly recommend."
    Samantha Ely
  • "An awesome experience! Elizabeth gave me the Best cleaning I’ve ever had. Super staff who make you feel comfortable! Thanks to all!"
    Robin Reid
  • "Ocean Dental is my new dental home..Dr Elizabeth Sugg is meticulous. Her entire staff is friendly and knowledgeable. I feel safe as they have taken safety measures...for COViD...they even have installed surgically clean air filtration. All the air is cleaned 27 times an hour...that makes me feel safe. I am so happy I found Ocean Dental"
    Eliza Rod
  • "My wife cracked her front tooth on a Saturday evening while we were vacationing in Hilton Head. We called Ocean Dental at 8:30 the following Monday morning & they had my wife come in immediately to repair the tooth. By 11:30am, the tooth had been repaired & we were able to continue with our vacation. I would highly recommend contacting Ocean Dental for any emergency needs, or just routine care. They are fantastic."
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