It's no secret - people feel more confident when their teeth look healthy and feel strong. This confidence extends to both social and professional settings.

Welcome to Oliva Dentistry

It’s true – strong, healthy teeth are one of the best ways to enjoy life’s simple pleasures. We are pleased to welcome you to our practice and we look forward to showing you what modern dentistry can do for you. No matter what dental problems you may have developed over the years, Oliva Dentistry has solutions for you.

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No Ordinary Practice

Oliva Dentistry brings an exceptional range of services, training, and experience to the practice of dentistry. We perform a variety of dental services in one location to help you easily manage your dental needs. If you have put off treatment, we want you to know that as our patient, you will be in caring hands.

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The Importance of a Smile

Have you ever looked at someone’s smile and immediately been impressed by how beautiful their teeth were? Did you notice that they seem to enjoy smiling and expressing themselves openly and confidently? We have personally witnessed our patients transform from shy, reserved types to happy, outgoing people. These transformations are our reward for training for so many years.

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Did You Know...
"Stem Cells"

Stem cells are cells that have the ability to self-replicate and differentiate into at least two different cell line types. There are several different types of stem cells. Amniotic fluid-derived stem cells stand out because they have the capacity for proliferation and differentiation into multiple cell line types. The ability to differentiate into multiple cell line types that have the potential to heal many tissues in the same patient makes them an ideal choice in dentistry. Amniotic fluid-derived stem cells also introduce the concept of tissue engineering into the field of dentistry. Tissue engineering applies the principles of engineering and life sciences towards the development of biological substitutes that aim to maintain, restore, or improve tissue function. The strategy behind tissue engineering falls into two categories, one being the use of acellular scaffolds, which depend on the body’s natural ability to regenerate proper orientation and direction of new tissue growth and secondly, the use of these scaffolds seeded with stem cells. Tissue engineering requires the use of different biomaterials which must replicate the biological and mechanical function of the native extracellular matrix found in the tissues of the body. The ideal biomaterial should be biodegradable and bioabsorbable to support the replacement of normal tissue without inducing inflammation.