Welcome to Our Practice

About Us

Malwin & Malwin Family Dentistry is a father-daughter dental practice in Venice, Florida, offering top quality dental care. Dr. Jarl E. Malwin, the senior partner, started his solo practice in 1965, and he has been at the same location ever since.  Dr. Inger Malwin-Dabney, his daughter, joined him in 1990. They are both graduates of Indiana University School of Dentistry. Dr. Inger Malwin-Dabney, along with her highly experienced staff members, provide an array of quality dental services for the whole family.

Our Goal

At Malwin & Malwin Family Dentistry, our goal is to render excellent dental care in a family-friendly atmosphere. Our gentle and caring staff makes every effort to put you at ease. We use state-of-the-art equipment, including intra-oral cameras, which allow patients to see everything the doctor sees. This approach has proven invaluable in making treatment decisions.  We provide written estimates at affordable fees to help each and every patient achieve their ideal dental health.

Malwin & Malwin Family Dentistry
343 Miami Avenue W
Venice, FL 34285
(941) 488-1459

Meet the Doctor

Dr. Inger Malwin-Dabney DDS
Dr. Inger Malwin-Dabney was born and raised in beautiful Venice, Florida. She is the youngest of four, and the only girl. Her three other brothers have all sought careers in the dental field, one of whom she is fortunate to work with.

Inger graduated from Venice High School in 1982. She went on to undergrad training at St. Petersburg College, where she received her dental hygiene degree. Immediately upon completing that goal, Inger was accepted into Indiana University School of Dentistry. During her freshman year, Indiana won the national title in NCAA basketball under Bobby Knight - Go Hoosiers!

In 1990, Inger graduated dental school and joined her father's practice. She loves the opportunity to work alongside her father and continue her education. For the past two decades, she has implemented his practical knowledge of dentistry to provide exceptional service for each patient