Santa Clarita & Palmdale Pediatric Dentist – Adventure Dental

Santa Clarita

Frequently Asked Questions

Gentle & Caring Pediatric Dentists

Frequently Asked Questions About Dentistry

Answered By Our Pediatric Dentists in Santa Clarita & Palmdale, CA​

At Adventure Dental and Orthodontics, we understand that patients want to know more about their dentist before they come in for their first visit. Our goal is to always make sure that our patients feel comfortable so that they can have a successful visit each and every time. We’ve been practicing for years and are dedicated to staying up to date on cutting-edge treatments and research for the benefit of our patients.

When Does Your Child Need To See a Dentist?

As pediatric dentists, we advise parents to schedule their child’s first appointment after their first birthday and visit every six months after that for routine check-ups. Getting an oral exam by a pediatric dentist is important because it can help detect potential problems and can also help us track your child’s progress. If your child is feeling any kind of tooth or mouth discomfort, we advise you to make an appointment so that we can help identify the problem and provide a solution.

What Sets Us Apart from Other Dental Offices?

If you’ve been looking for a dentist who is not only qualified but also cares about the well-being of your child, then you’ve found the right pediatric dental office. We got into this profession because we wanted to help people gain confidence in their smile, and we enjoy tailoring our approach to each unique case. When you’re ready to reach out, our friendly staff will be happy to assist.

As pediatric dentists in Santa Clarita & Palmdale, we are proud of our attributes and accomplishments:

  • We serve the entire Santa Clarita Valley, including Canyon Country, Valencia, and Newhall, plus the San Fernando, Antelope Valleys, and Palmdale
  • We are board-certified pediatric dentists
  • We, Dr. Monti and Dr. Pepper, both studied at the UCLA School of Dentistry
  • We completed our residency through the Harvard School of Dental Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital
  • We consider ourselves experts in behavior management when working with children
  • We have performed effective dental procedures on some of the toughest cases
  • We don’t just consider ourselves dentists, but teachers, too

What Types of Cases/Conditions Do You Handle?

As pediatric dental specialists, we don’t limit our practice to certain categories of children or treatments. We see everyone from average kids with average cavities to athletes who have had dental trauma to special needs children who require focused and specialized treatment. We celebrate patients who make it into our no-cavity club or who stop a thumb-sucking habit. We welcome new, young patients into our practice and we are sad when they are finally old enough to graduate to an adult dentist.

What Type of Insurances Are Accepted?

We accept a wide variety of PPO insurances. Please call our office in Santa Clarita (661) 251-0200 or Palmdale (661) 206-1151 to confirm if we accept your PPO insurance to make your dental procedure easy and affordable for your family. No Dental Insurance? We have you covered. Learn about our In Office Membership Plan today!

Do You Accept CareCredit?

Yes! For both our new patients and existing patients, Adventure Dental and Orthodontics is now accepting CareCredit!
Please apply using the below link, a contactless, all-in-one solution for applications and payments:

How Do I Make Sure My Child Has Good Oral Health in the Future?

The best way to ensure your child has healthy teeth and gums in their adolescent and adult life is to have them develop healthy oral care habits as soon as possible. By educating them on the importance of brushing and flossing regularly and properly, your child will be able to help prevent dental problems later in life. You should also consider their diet and try to give them healthy and balanced meals. Avoid overly processed foods that are high in artificial sugars and try to stick with fruits, vegetables, cheese, and other low-sugar foods as snacks. Ask a knowledgeable pediatric dentist in Santa Clarita or Palmdale about the most effective ways to improve and maintain your child’s oral health.

Don’t hesitate to reach out for help. Our pediatric dentists in Santa Clarita and Palmdale can answer your pressing questions.
(661) 251-0200 (Santa Clarita)
(661) 206-1151 (Palmdale)