meet dr. Amanda Echeverria, DDS, MS
Family Dentist, Gum Disease Specialist in Katy TX
Education & Background
Dr. Amanda Echeverria always knew she wanted to be in the medical field. Coming from a family of dentists, she knew she could help people achieve a higher state of health through dentistry, so she began her dental education at the University of Costa Rica. After earning her license to practice dentistry in 1998, Dr. Echeverria practiced there for two years before moving to Houston in 2000 to pursue a specialized education in periodontics. She earned her Master of Science degree from the University of Houston in 2003.
Seeing her father change lives as a periodontist and her mother help disabled children achieve good oral health, Dr. Echeverria developed a sense of compassion and commitment to her calling as a dentist. Helping you achieve your best oral health is her priority. Through understanding communication and a dedication to your unique needs, Dr. Echeverria works hard to help you achieve all you desire for a healthy smile. In addition to providing therapies for her patients with gum disease, Dr. Echeverria offers a full range of treatments for your whole family. Whether she is helping your kids learn how healthy habits start young, restoring your smile to its former glory, or enhancing your already-healthy teeth, Dr. Echeverria has options to help you smile with newfound confidence.
Married to her business partner and fellow periodontist, Dr. Paluk, Dr. Echeverria has two children, so she understands how hectic and busy life with children can get. When she has free time, Dr. Echeverria enjoys spending time with her family, dining out, and staying active outdoors.
Drs. Paluk and Echeverria are fluent in English and Spanish and maintain active memberships in the following professional organizations:
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- American Academy of Periodontology
- American Dental Association
- Texas Dental Association
- Greater Houston Dental Society
- Greater Houston Society of Periodontists