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At Pediatric Dental Anesthesia Associates there is nothing more important than your child’s safety!

Most dental procedures in children are completed local anesthesia; however, very young, fearful or uncooperative children may require sedation. Intravenous (IV) sedation is a deep sleep that insulates your child from the stress and discomfort associated with dental procedures.

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Recent Testimonials

Dr Vila did a great job with our daughter! We had never had her sedated before and worried about her going under anesthesia. She did beautifully -I only wish my husband and I could have Dr. Vila as our MD the next time we have to go under anesthesia👍 ... See MoreSee Less

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My son was terrified about getting two teeth pulled. But after speaking with the staff, he completely relaxed. He even said he had fun. Thank you! Here he is having his "soft foods" dinner. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just wanted to take a few minutes and say how awesome PKD is, my 6 year old was scared to death of going to dentists because of some bad experiences with health departments. So I was really hoping Pensacola kids dentistry wouldn't let me down. This was the first office where the office staff made it there first priority to make her feel at ease. Which was a big thumbs up the dentists, the techs and the secretaries are the best!!! We have found our new dentists!!!! Thanks to all of you guys so much!!!!
Roseann McKinney
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Hi for those paranoid parents like me . I got nothing
But good things to say about Dr Kimmel these group is amazing . Nurse Alessandra was awesome and very sweet to
my son . If you need to do anything on your child don't hesitate to get in contact with them. I'm very please with they services . Thank you so much 👏👏
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Nurse Kim and Dr. Pate were just great with my daughter. They made her laugh before the procedure and told her everything she would go through before being put to sleep. When it was time to go back into the procedure room, Juliet tried to hold onto her older sister. Dr. Pate gently walked her out of the room telling her about the Angry Birds game and her angry bird beak. I was very well pleased with the whole process. ... See MoreSee Less

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