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.Play VideoLearn More
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.Play VideoLearn More
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.Play VideoLearn More
Zika virus is characterized as an asymptomatic disease with fever, muscle and joint aches, conjunctivitis and rash, with an incubation period of three to twelve days. Only about 20% of cases are symptomatic. There is no specific anti-viral treatment, and management of symptoms may include the use of analgesics and or medications that are effective against fever. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs should not be used due to a heightened risk of hemorrhage, Tylenol is recommended as an alternative. The most significant public health concern is the confirmed association between Zika infection during pregnancy and incomplete brain development, and/or severe fetal brain defects. Zika can be transmitted to humans through the bite of infected Aedes mosquitoes which bite during the day, and infection can occur during delivery by an infected mother. The Zika virus has been detected in breast milk, and sexual transmission was reported in a few instances. Viral transmission may also spread through saliva. Much remains unknown about the Zika virus and the consequences of infection. Prevention is better than cure!