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New parents often ask, "When should my child first see a dentist?" The short answer is "First visit by first birthday."

The purpose of the age 1 dental visit is to learn about your child's oral health and how to best care for your child's unique needs before any problems occur.

The age 1 care visit is similar to a well-baby check at the physician's office. At the visit, you should expect Dr. Olga to do the following:

We Believe

A lifetime of good oral health starts in infancy. That why at Palm Valley Pediatric Dentistry, we believe in PREVENTION and early intervention.

Did You Know?

Your teeth were intended to last a lifetime. Read on if you ever wondered how many teeth you should have, and their proper care.

Our Standards

The highest standard of service, quality and expertise in Pediatric Dentistry for your child from infancy through adolescence.

What Does Your View of the Dentist Teach Your Children?

Written by Monday, 23 April 2012 00:17

As a parent, you significantly impact your child's life. Genetics dictate physical features that are passed on such as stature, and eye color - much of which you don't have control over. Yet, there's still a lot you do have a say about when it comes to your kids: like how they feel about the dentist.

The Benefits of Xylitol in Cavity Prevention

Written by Tuesday, 23 April 2013 00:17

Xylitol is a natural form of sugar that can be used in cavity prevention! It's cavity fighting properties were first discovered by the Scandinavian countries during sugar shortages in Europe in the 1940's. By the 1960's it was observed that individuals using this sweetener seemed to have fewer cavities. Shortly after...

Meet the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry (ABPD)

Written by Tuesday, 23 April 2013 00:17

Choosing a pediatric dentist to care for your children's oral healthcare needs can be a daunting decision. As parents we want to choose someone who has the education and clinical expertise in working with children to address their current oral health needs in a safe, positive and encouraging environment.