About PDA Dental Group
We are a group of doctors and staff who are committed to providing you and your child with a positive, comfortable and safe dental health experience. We care deeply about our patients and we treat them like family.
Founded in 1974, Pediatric Dental Associates Dental Group has served thousands of patients in the greater Boston area. Some of our doctors have been with the practice since the beginning, and have had the pleasure of seeing past pediatric patients return with their own children! We are proud of the positive, trusting relationships we have built with our patients as we strive to serve all family members from infancy through adulthood.
We are also proud of our connection to the local community. Our ties in the commmunity include the following list:
Winchester Foundation -Trivia Bee
Connect the Tots of Reading
Town Day of Winchester & Reading Fall Street Town Faire
Preschool Visits (Dental Education)
Family Action Network of Winchester
Reading Educational Foundation
The Professional Center for Child Development
Room to Grow
We offer comprehensive pediatric, orthodontic, general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry services. With dental offices in Reading and Winchester, Massachusetts, we serve families from towns throughout the Boston area, including Wakefield, Melrose, Stoneham, Medford, Lynnfield, North Reading, Andover, Arlington, Lexington, Bedford, Burlington, Woburn, Wilmington, Peabody, Danvers, Saugus and more.
We welcome new patients. Contact us today to schedule your appointment!
A Brief History
In November 1974, while serving as an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatric Dentistry and Dentist-in-Chief of the Tufts Dental Facilities for Persons with Special Needs, Dr. Joseph P. O’Donnell started a part-time practice of pediatric dentistry in Winchester. The office was very small—just two dental chairs—and was only open two weekday afternoons and Saturdays. Dr. O’Donnell had one employee—a dental assistant who also served as a secretary. In early 1975, he hired his first hygienist, Bea Wheaton, who remains as a principal member of the PDA staff.