Sotto receives ADEA Journal of Dental
Jason J. Sotto, D.M.D.
Certified, American Board of Pediatric
dental school and on international pediatric
dental mission trips Dr. Sotto realized he
had a wonderful ability to communicate well
with children and a special talent to make
his patients feel comfortable during their
dental visits. He places a big
emphasis on talking with his patients and
building a trusting relationship with them
in order to make them feel at home.……..
“My personal mission statement is to treat
every patient that comes in my office as I
would expect my own child to be treated.”
Dr. Sotto grew up close to
the ocean in Miami, Florida and enjoys
spending time at the beach with his wife and
three children. His upbeat and fun
personality makes him easy to relate to and
can make dental visits extremely fun and
entertaining for the children. Dr.
Sotto also enjoys sharing his skills and
knowledge with the community in which he
lives and often visits his children’s
schools sharing important oral hygiene
Dr. Sotto received his
Bachelor of Science (Sociology) degree from
Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
He is also a graduate of the University of
Florida College of Dentistry. He
received his Certificate in Pediatric
Dentistry from the Department of Pediatric
Dentistry at the University of Florida.
Dr. Sotto is certified as a
Diplomat of the the American Board of
Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Sotto maintains
membership in the American Dental
Association, the Florida Dental Association,
the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry,
Southeast Society of Pediatric Dentistry and
the Florida Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.
receives ADEA Journal of Dental Education
Jason Sotto, a
UF College of Dentistry graduate of the
D.M.D. and Pediatric Dentistry residence
programs, received an award from the
American Dental Education Association (ADEA),
for the article in the Journal of Dental
Education, “First-year students perceptions
about dental behavior guidance techniques;
the effect of education,” published in 2008.
The manuscript earned the 2008 first
prize award in the “educational