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Mother's Day Giveaway

We're thankful for our moms and we want to celebrate you! Write a Google review for South Hill Pediatric Dentistry Google for a chance to win a Mother’s Day package that includes champagne, chocolates and a coffee gift card, it's as simple as that! To enter, write a Google review for South Hill Pediatric dentistry and comment below to confirm! A winner will be selected at random by May 12.

MultiCare Heart Strings Concert Event

SHPD has made a donation to support Deaconess's NICU this year. Join us at the event to continue raising money for this cause!

On April 29, 2022, friends and family will gather for MultiCare Inland Northwest Foundation’s annual Heart Strings fundraising event. This year’s one-of-a-kind, intimate concert will be held at the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox and feature performances by an incredible lineup of artists: Joe Nichols, Cam, Andy Griggs and Frank Ray.

Thanks to generous community donations, last year’s Heart Strings benefit event raised more than $270,000 for local mental health programs and services. In 2022, the goal is to bring in $300,000 for MultiCare Deaconess Hospital’s NICU.

Kona Ice 2022

It's that time of year!

Our Kona Ice Event is back on the following dates:

June 21 from 1pm-4pm
July 19 from 1pm-4pm
August 16 from 1pm-4pm


Families can come into the office to collect at ticket to get a free snow cone, and we will also be passing out prizes!

Latest News

Q&A with SHPD's Dentists

We sit down with South Hill Pediatric Dentistry's All-Star Dentists to ask them a few questions.

We Pledge to "Image Gently"

The mission of the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging (the Image Gently Alliance) is to improve safe and effective imaging care of children worldwide. At South Hill Pediatric Dentistry we have all taken the pledge to image gently when taking x-rays with your children!

Is Flossing Still Essential?

The New York Times has recently published an article discussing if flossing is still relevant by today's standards. The article leans towards the argument that flossing is not needed on a daily basis which is not what we preach here at South Hill Pediatric Dentistry!