Our service area includes Sonoma, Mendocino, Lake, Napa, and Marin counties, however, due to limited surgery resources for other counties, PDI treats children in 33 counties in California, and even from other states.
A typical patient treated at PDI is 3.5 years of age, with more than 11 cavities in their primary (baby) teeth. Typically we treat children under the age of seven. Services are all administered under general anesthesia and include cleanings, x-rays, fillings, extractions, crowns, and pulpotomies (root canals on baby teeth).
Funding and Support
PDI Surgery Center currently accepts Medi-Cal and Healthy Kids insurances, Healthy Families and other similar insurance programs.
More than 85% of medical services provided by PDI Surgery Center are paid by Medi-Cal. The gap in government funding is filled by individual and corporate donations and grants.
To help these young children and our patients with developmental disabilities receive the care they need, please contact us at 707-838-6560.
When should a child be referred to PDI Surgery Center?
The patient is unable to sit still for extensive dental treatment.
When the surgical dental procedures require general anesthesia.
The procedure needed is longer than a child of pre-cooperative age can sit.
Patient is mentally/physically handicapped and requires general anesthesia for proper management.
Patient is allergic to local anesthesia.
Patient has a medical condition requiring medical supervision.
- Patient cannot be adequetely anesthetized with local anesthetic alone.
- Patient suffers from acute dental fear or anxiety.