At Commonwealth Dentistry, we’re happy to help every member of your family. We provide pediatric dental care for children from infancy through the teen years including the early orthodontic evaluation and dental trauma treatment. Our board-certified pediatric dentist, Dr. Danielle Miller, is here to take care of all your children’s dental needs from preventative to restorative dentistry and more.


Serving the Tri-Cities and Southside Virginia, our Colonial Heights office is ready to serve your pediatric dentistry needs.


Prevention is the key to making good oral health last a lifetime. We will get your children started on a schedule of good preventive care, from when their first tooth erupts to their last visit when they outgrow our pediatric dental services. For children, preventive care includes anticipatory guidance, routine cleanings and exams, fluoride treatment, sealants, and orthodontic referrals. You can start bringing your child to our dental office at the age of one year old, or when the first tooth erupts – whichever comes first.
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Danielle Miller

Dr. Danielle Miller

Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Miller grew up in a small town in North Carolina. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from High Point University in High Point, North Carolina. After completing her undergraduate studies, she attended Virginia Commonwealth University’s dental school where she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. Directly after obtaining her dental degree, she pursued her certificate in pediatric dentistry from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Go Gators!

Dr. Miller recently became a board-certified pediatric dentist and is a diplomate for the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. She is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Dental Association, and Virginia Dental Association.
In her free time, she likes going for runs and trying new restaurants, as well as spending time with her fiancée and cat. Dr. Miller is looking forward to working at Commonwealth in order to brighten smiles all over the Richmond area!


Restorative care is imperative for children and teens with young teeth because dental issues can arise regardless of age. Restorative dental care includes any service we provide to restore your child’s natural smile and oral health when one or more teeth are damaged or missing. Restorative services can include cavity fillings, tooth extractions, crowns, and more.

Tooth damage that necessitates restorative dentistry can be caused by accident or injury, but typically stems from tooth decay. Tooth decay is caused by foods and beverages that wear down the outer layer of your child’s teeth. Sugary foods and poor oral hygiene lead to tooth decay.
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At Commonwealth Dentistry, Dr. Miller and our entire team are committed to making your child’s experience as enjoyable as possible. For some procedures, sedation dentistry may be recommended. We typically recommend sedation for long or multiple procedures, but also for children with fear, special needs, or an inability to sit still. Our sedation options include oral conscious sedation with Dr. Miller and intravenous sedation with Mobile Anesthesia Partners.
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