• Pediatric Dental Care
  • Corina Ramirez D.D.S.

1075 Via Verde, San Dimas CA 91773

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Our Technologies

Visit our State of the Art Pediatric Dental Office

At Pediatric Dental Care, we offer some of the most modern techologies in order to provide your child with the most comfortable dental experience. We offer some of the latest dental treatments and procedures to help your child avoid pain, anxiety and other fears they may have of visiting the dentist.

What we Offer:

Dental Wand - Needless Painless Injection

pain less dental injections

The wand is a computerized system used to deliver local anesthetic (instead of a needle), accurately enough to numb one or more teeth without numbing your lips or side of the face. The computer in the wand system eliminates the margin for human error by facilitating anesthetic delivery in a controlled manner, making it pain-free and more effective compared to standard injections.

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Digital Dental X-rays

Digital Dental X-rays San Dimas

One of the many modern ways we provide a pleasant dental experience is through the use of digital dental X-rays. Digital X-rays are beneficial because they reduce the appointment time, they give off less radiation, and they provide high quality imaging.

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Laser Dentistry

laser dentistry

We now offer Laser Dentistry using the Waterlase™ laser for a more gentle & relaxing experience. The Waterlase™ laser uses a combination of laser energy and water to perform dental procedures that otherwise are performed with a dental drill or scalpel.

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pediatric dentist san dimas, ca

Meet Dr. Corina Ramirez, DDS, FAAPD
Pediatric Dentist in San Dimas, CA

Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
Dr. Ramirez has been in the field of dentistry since 1986. She received her doctor of dental surgery from USC, where she graduated in the top four percent of her class. She received pediatric specialty training at UCLA, where she also served as the chief resident of the class of 2006.

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