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Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are always welcome. Please contact us today to set up an appointment. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Regular dental care does more than maintain a healthy mouth; it can give you a brilliant smile that you will love sharing.  Cosmetic Dentistry is an area of practice dedicated to giving you that winning smile.  From teeth straightening and whitening to veneers and implants, Dr. Amy Pham and her friendly staff at ProDental can help provide you that finishing touch.

Curious about how ProDental can help?  Call today and schedule your consultation!

ProDental Staff

Dr. Amy Pham and her friendly staff at ProDental welcome you and your entire family.  Whether you have young children, teenagers, adults or seniors in your family, we offer you the benefit of maintaining all of your dental appointments and records under one roof.

Whether you need major restorative, Orthodontic work or just a cleaning, we look forward to making you smile.  Please call us today to set an appointment!

ProDental Offers

ProDental offers the latest treatments for dentistry. If you are looking to fill a cavity, need cleaning or any other dental services, let ProDental take care of you and your dental health. We offer services for the entire family and we accept most insurance. We also offer zero percent financing. New patients are welcome. Se Habla Español.

> Digital X-Ray for Reduced
> Radiation Exposure  
> Crowns and Bridges
> Dentures
> Partial Dentures
> Extractions
> Emergency Services

> Natural Tooth Color Fillings
> Preventive Dentistry
> Implants
> Orthodontics (Only Invisalign)
> One-Hour In-Office Whitening (ZOOM!)
> Root Canals (Endodontics)
> Veneers

Our Staff

Dr. Amy Pham and her friendly staff at ProDental welcome you and your entire family.

Dr. Amy Pham

Dr. Pham has been practicing dentistry for 10 years and is proud to serve the Oroville community since 2007.  Her mission is to provide the highest quality dental care using state-of-the-art equipment.  Her greatest professional enjoyment is creating natural, healthy and beautiful smiles that boost patient self-confidence and image; and maintaining dental health throughout the patient’s lifetime.She graduated from Indiana University School of Dentistry after earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry at the University of California, San Diego.

Courtney

Courtney has been a part of the ProDental team since September 2011. She studied to be a Registered Dental Assistant in Sacramento. She has two children, ages 5 and 1. When not working, she enjoys spending time with family; watching her son’s sporting events; and just about anything outdoors. She loves working with kids and teaching them the proper way to clean their teeth and take care of themselves. She aspires to complete the education to become a Dental Hygienist; but until then she loves what she does now.

Kathryn

Kathryn is a graduate of the Butte Co. ROP Registered Dental Assistant Program and she loves what she does. “Being a dental assistant is what I wanted to become growing up, and I did it!” she says. She loves to ride horses and is a big family person. “My family is my world!” she continues. She has worked at ProDental since mid 2012 and says, “…the environment is wonderful!”

Rose

Rose has worked for Dr. Pham since 2008 and is expecting to become a Registered Dental Assistant by the end of 2012. When not working, she spends time with her two daughters and husband; camping; going to the lake and playing piano. She is also a huge 49ers fan and a Conservative Republican.

Lynn

Lynn is a graduate of Chico State and in 1987 she earned her Dental Hygiene Degree from Foothill College in Los Altos. “It’s been three years since I became the Registered Dental Hygienist here at Dr. Pham’s office. I couldn’t be happier. It is a pleasure to work in this terrific office and provide my services to members of the Oroville Community. In my life outside the office I am a wife and mom – busy with three kids, 2 pets and an acre of yard work. All of it is a lot of fun!”

Laura

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