Kids’ Dentist in Salt Lake City
Dr. David Gustafson and Dr. Jeffery Rupp, Board Certified Pediatric Dentists
Count on Salt Lake Pediatric Dentistry for all your child’s dental care needs. We provide high quality, family-friendly dental treatment in the Greater Salt Lake area. Whether your child is suffering from pain and discomfort, or simply needs a regular checkup, we can help.
We know that a child’s first trip to the dentist can be a stressful endeavor, which is why our pediatric dentist for kids in Murray, Millcreek, Holladay, Cottonwood Heights and Salt Lake is focused on making the visit fun and stress-free. We offer treatments for common tooth problems and preventative services in a child-friendly environment where parents and children can feel comfortable.
At Salt Lake Pediatric Dentistry, we believe that dental care should start at an early age, but we want to make sure to start them off with visits that are comfortable and worry-free so they will want to make proper oral care a lifelong habit. Our dentists and staff have vast experience in meeting the dental needs of children to ensure they enjoy their dental visits and can learn about proper oral health care.
Our practice includes two American Board of Pediatric Dentistry-certified dentists, a recognition rare among pediatric dentists that reinforces their credentials and commitment to excellent dentistry for young patients. Moreover, they take yearly examinations to learn about current methods of treatments and maintain excellent service standards.
Apart from pediatric dental treatments, we also ensure that parents and guardians are well-informed on how they can help children keep their healthy smile. We can provide instruction and suggestions for healthy diets, snacking, and oral care habits that will prevent childhood tooth decay, which has become the most common childhood ailment in the country.
If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with us by filling out the contact form or calling our phone number. You may also schedule an appointment for your child.
‘Happy Kid’s, Healthy Smiles’