Looking for a Pediatric Dentist in Taylorsville or Salt Lake City, Utah?Can you remember visiting the dentist during your childhood years? For most people, visiting the dentist as a child is where they learn great oral hygiene habits that follow them well into their adult lives. It is our goal at Redwood Pediatric Dentistry to help your child to develop great dental hygiene habits early on that will not only give them a beautiful smile for life, but a healthy one too!
To help get your child on a lifelong track to great oral health, our office has been designed to provide a calm but fun atmosphere that your child will love! In addition to having a cool Little Rascals themed play area and our themed treatment rooms, our staff will do everything possible to make your child's dental experience enjoyable. Did we also mention that our office contains the latest state-of-the-art dental equipment to help us provide your child with a safe and stress-free visit?
We also provide Spanish-speaking staff and doctors to ensure well-understood treatment and care.
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 4pm
Friday: 8am - 12pm
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We know the amount of stress parents face when it comes to helping children understand how to care for their oral health. If you have a child with a cavity, a decision you need to make relates to the color and material of the filling. Continue reading “White Filling vs Silver Filling? Which is best for your child’s smile?”
Losing teeth can be exciting, but it can also be frightening for many children. At Redwood Pediatric Dentistry in the Salt Lake City area, we help kids learn about losing teeth and how it is an exciting thing that they can look forward to! Continue reading “Ways to make losing teeth FUN for your child!”
Chewing gum is popular with most children, but does it cause problems for their oral health? At Redwood Pediatric Dentistry, we often have patients ask about chewing gum and the impact it can have on your child’s teeth and gums. Continue reading “Wait a minute… is chewing gum good or bad for my child?”