Within driving distance of Sandy.
Sandy’s Pediatric Dental Office
Good oral hygiene starts early in a child’s life with their first visit to a pediatric dentist. Parents and children can expect a comfortable, caring environment when they visit Southridge Pediatric Dentistry. We can educate parents and answer any questions they may have about the oral health of their children. When searching for a pediatric dentist near Sandy, look no further than Southridge Pediatric Dentistry. Come in and experience the same great dental care for your children that many others have discovered.
Pediatric dental services we offer are:
- Sealants – We may recommend sealants for your child’s pre-molars, molars, or other surfaces, which help prevent cavities & plaque.
- Dentistry Services for Children with Special Needs – We understand that every child is unique. Doctor Farnsworth and Roth understand that some children may have special needs or circumstances. We are caring & compassionate when it comes to dental treatment for our special needs patients.
- Fluoride Treatments – If requested, we can provide fluoride treatment that will help shield your child’s teeth from sugars and acids that cause cavities and decay.
Call our office today to set an appointment.
Other Services Include:
- White fillings
- Hospital dentistry
- Orthodontics space maintainers
We give special attention to preemptive care, along with performing complete oral health checkups, analyzing orthodontic concerns, tracing tooth and jaw development, and applying topical fluoride and sealants.
Why Ongoing Teeth Cleaning Matters
Plaque can build whenever your child eats but is usually eliminated through daily brushing and flossing. It's not hard for plaque to build up, depending on your child's diet, hygiene habits or heredity. Plaque increase can host bacteria which can then lead to cavities or gum disease. If plaque hardens into tartar, it is even more of a challenge to get rid of. Cavities can create lasting damage to a child's mouth. They can inflict pain, inflammation, disease, and cause loss. Regular cleanings and exams can detect problems before they occur.
Let’s discuss how we can help your child improve their oral health.
At Southridge Pediatric Dentistry we pay attention to three elements of dental care: preventative, restorative, and specific needs. Contact us today at 801-446-1515 for any questions or to plan your child's first appointment.
Most dental professionals suggest that children visit the dentist at age one or 6 months after their first tooth erupts. This is crucial if you want to encourage good oral health from the start.
We can repair any harm to your child's teeth. With our restorative dentistry techniques, we can return teeth to their proper function and esthetics.
Southridge Pediatric Dentistry has over 20 years of practice. Our doctors are kind and know how to address any special needs your child has.