North Berkeley Office Status and Update
We are excited to return to a brand new office at our Ensenada Avenue, North Berkeley location in early 2023.
Aloha Pediatric Dentistry | 3 East Bay Locations
2640 Telegraph Avenue #101, Berkeley | (510) 848-6494
Our North Berkeley office is under construction | (510) 528-1546
3 Altarinda Road #210, Orinda | (925) 253-8190
All three of our offices are specially designed for children with a kids-friendly open treatment area and the latest dental equipment, including digital x-rays. We have child sized dental chairs and sinks and a Hawaiian theme that actually makes going to the dentist fun.
Aloha Pediatric Dentistry
Our practice has been in business in the East Bay for over 40 years. We have warm and caring pediatric dentists and staff who are specially trained to put your child at ease.
Education and prevention are a key part of our practice. We take the time to explain the proper way to take care of teeth, so our patients learn good habits at a young age. We focus on preventative regimens based on a child’s individual needs and risk factors as recommended by AAPD. We also visit local schools throughout the year to teach children and educators about oral health.
What is a Pediatric Dentist?
Pediatric dentists have two to three years of specialty training following dental school and treat children from birth through adolescence exclusively. On top of that, all our dentists are Board Certified. This means they have successfully completed accredited training and gone through an examination process designed to validate that they have the knowledge, skills and experience to the deliver the best quality patient care to your child.
Our dedicated doctors and staff volunteer their time and effort to a variety of causes. Our doctors are selected to be on Oakland Children’s Hospital’s prestigious Craniofacial Panel. This distinctive group of doctors provides comprehensive services to children with complex medical/dental needs. In addition, our volunteer team makes mission trips to Guatemala, the Philippines and Kona, Hawaii servicing areas where there is little or no dental care available. For photos and more information, see Community Involvement, under Meet Us.