Drs. Sona Gill, Nancy Li, Elizabeth Ng, Scott Ngai, and Raj Lotwala specialize in pediatric dentistry and serve the Northern California communities of Santa Clara County and the entire South Bay Area. Our office is the original and longest standing pediatric dental office in the city of Santa Clara. Our dentists have completed university programs in and are certified for the specialty of dentistry for children.  

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Dr. Sona Gill has a rich and multicultural background growing up in Santa Cruz, CA, India, and Thailand. While attending the UC Berkeley, she spent her years performing research in endocrinology before sunrise, teaching a class on diversity and tolerance during the day, and participating in and coaching dance teams in the evenings. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor’s degree in Molecular and Cell Biology, with an emphasis in Cell and Developmental Biology.

Dr. Sona Gill

Dr. Scott Ngai

Dr. Scott Ngai  is a Board-Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Ngai was born and raised in San Francisco, CA. He attended UC Berkeley and graduated with dual bachelor’s degrees in Molecular and Cell Biology and Public Health.  At Berkeley, Dr. Ngai was an Undergraduate Student Instructor for the Health Medical Apprenticeship Program teaching to over 500 students per semester, and was a clinical researcher for the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute.

***fluent in Punjabi,

Hindi, and Spanish

our services include...

We are the premier pediatric dental office that serves entire Silicon Valley

We are the longest standing pediatric dental office in Santa Clara serving this community for over 45 years (founded in 1971)


We are pediatric dental specialists that are committed to give your child the best dental experience there is to offer; allowing your child to cultivate a lifetime of great oral health.


Our doctors have graduated from accredited pediatric residency programs; where they received advanced training to deal with the special needs of children.