Welcome to Our Dental Clinic
We are the longest standing pediatric dental office in Palmdale, serving the Antelope Valley community for over 25 years (founded in 1991).
We provide pediatric dental services, and we are committed to giving your child the best dental experience there is to offer; allowing your child to cultivate a lifetime of great oral health.
Our doctors have graduated from accredited pediatric residency programs; where they received advanced training to deal with the special needs of children.
The secret to a bright, healthy smile is actually no secret at all: brush, floss and get a professional dental exam at least once every six months. Professional dental exams are all about preventing existing problems from getting worse and preventing dental problems from developing in the future. Regular dental exams make it possible to identify and treat a problem in its earliest stage, which is not only good for your oral health but also good for your budget!
There’s nothing to fear with a dental exam. Your teeth will be visually examined for signs of plaque, tartar and tooth decay. Your gums will also be examined for puffiness or discoloration, which are signs of gum disease. A full set of dental X-rays may also be taken during your dental exam, to enable your dentist to see below the surfaces of your teeth. Dental exams typically end with a dental cleaning, to remove surface stains and buildup.
No matter how often you brush and floss, plaque and tartar deposits can still build up on your teeth. A professional teeth cleaning is the single most effective way to remove these deposits and prevent them from causing more serious problems in the future. While a traditional teeth cleaning involves manually scraping away these deposits with special dental tools, advances in dental technologies now give you more options for teeth cleanings.
A laser teeth cleaning, also known as an ultrasonic cleaning, is a popular alternative to traditional teeth cleanings. With a laser teeth cleaning, an ultrasonic scaler (rather than a manual probe) is used to remove deposits, kill harmful microbes and eliminate bacteria around the teeth and gums through high-frequency sound waves. Many patients find laser teeth cleanings more comfortable than traditional teeth cleanings because they are quicker, quieter and pain-free.
Bridges and Appliances
Dental bridges have been used for centuries to replace missing teeth. Today, dental bridges are still considered one of the most durable, conservative and cost-effective options for bridging the gap between a missing tooth and surrounding teeth. Comprised of two anchoring teeth and a replacement tooth, dental bridges help prevent surrounding teeth from drifting out of position, improve chewing and speaking, and help keep your natural face shape in tact.
There are three types of dental bridges: 1) traditional dental bridges, 2) cantilever dental bridges, and 3) Maryland bridges. Traditional bridges have either dental crowns or dental implants on either side of the missing tooth, plus a replacement tooth, which is held in place by a post-like structure called a dental abutment. Cantilever dental bridges are used in cases where there are surrounding teeth only on one side of the missing tooth.
Meet Our Team
What Our Patients Are Saying
Dr. Navarro is kind and patient. We’ve been coming in to get our dental needs addressed for years.
After many years of resisting Dental office visits, I’ve finally found a home I can call my own. My teeth are healthier, my smile is brighter, and I look forward to upcoming office visits. Go American Dental!
I wasn’t always proud of my smile. In fact, there was a long time in my life when I didn’t smile at all. Well, after a number of trips to “line things up”, I’m now more confident, my self esteem has risen, and I actively look forward to anything that makes me smile.