Dr. Danielson has been practicing pediatric dentistry in the Sacramento area for over eight years. During this time he has earned an excellent reputation as a skilled clinician, who brings a genuine kindness and enthusiasm that his patients and their parents appreciate. As a parent himself, Dr. Danielson knows the value of a positive first dental experience. He and his staff have dedicated their careers to creating those positive experiences and hope to exceed your expectations by providing quality care, in a comfortable and fun setting.
Dr. Danielson and his wife Julie are the parents of four children. When not taking care of kids’ teeth, he spends much of his free time with his family. They enjoy camping, biking, boating on Folsom Lake, and serving in the community and their church.
A native Californian, Dr. Danielson grew up in the Bay Area, and is a graduate of Brigham Young University. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from the University of the Pacific in San Francisco, and completed his Pediatric Dental Residency at Boston University. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.
What you really need to know about Dr. D
Food: A man with a simple palate. If necessity arose he could live the rest of his life on spaghetti and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Sports: He loves to be active and enjoys anything that involves throwing some kind of a ball around. Growing up in the bay area, he is a lifelong SF Giants fan, but after living a mile away from Fenway Park for two years and rooting them on to to their 2004 World Series victory, he also became a die hard Red Sox fan. However, despite living in Dallas and Boston he has only ever had one football team. Go 49ers!
Hidden Talents: With the current popularity of wakeboarding, slalom waterskiing is almost a lost art. However, his wife says one of her favorite things to do is watch him waterski. He also grew up singing, and you can still find him singing in the shower or in the church choir on Sundays.
15 Minutes of Fame: As a young boy, he was in several different productions for the San Francisco Opera. Some of his roles included an alter boy, a crew member on a ship, a market thief, and his personal favorite, a walking haystack in a dream sequence of Falstaff.