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7613 Jordan Landing Boulevard Suite 210
West Jordan, Utah 84084
(801) 280-9595

Your Pediatric Dentist in West Jordan

Your child's smile is precious to you. At Jordan Landing Pediatric Dentistry, we offer the gentle and effective care your little one needs to enjoy a lifetime of healthy, beautiful smiles. Our team welcomes children as young as 18 months all the way through 18 years old, which means your child will be able to enjoy consistent quality care throughout their childhood. Since every stage of a child's development brings its own set of issues, we offer a wide range of services to keep your kid smiling proudly.

Our dental practice is conveniently located on Jordan Landing Boulevard, and we proudly serve the residents of West Jordan and the surrounding areas. We have two pediatric dentists on our team so that your kids can enjoy visits with their siblings, saving you time and multiple trips. Our practice will also gladly see children with special needs. If you're looking for a pediatric dentist in West Jordan, contact us today to schedule an appointment.


The Services Your Child Needs

We know how important it is for your child to have a strong grasp of dental hygiene, so we combine our array of services with kid-friendly education. Our friendly team believes your kid's smile is as unique and beautiful as they are, so we craft a treatment plan tailored to them and their specific needs. You can trust us to have your little one's best at heart, and we will only recommend the treatments they need. Our services include:

  • Cleanings and Exams
  • Sedation and Oral Surgery
  • First Visits
  • Early Dental Care
  • Pediatric Hospital Treatment
  • Fluorides and Sealants
  • Fillings
  • Crowns and Bridges
  • Extractions
  • Pulpotomies

If there is a need for orthodontic work, then we have a trusted orthodontist in our office who can help. We encourage you to ask questions and share your concerns, and we will happily give you the answers and information you need to make an informed decision regarding your child's oral health.

A Welcoming Atmosphere

When you and your child step into our dental practice in West Jordan, you will discover a warm and welcoming environment. One of our friendly teammates will greet you, assist you through the check-in process, and then guide you to our comfortable waiting area. We know your time is valuable, so we strive to keep our appointments on time so that you can get back to your day.

We understand children may feel intimidated by visiting the dentist, so we take the time to get to know them and create a positive experience. We use kid-friendly language to explain what their treatment will include so they know what to expect. Our compassionate team also offers various sedation options to meet your child's needs and maximize their comfort. Depending on your child's anxiety level, we offer nitrous oxide, oral sedation, or IV sedation.

Your Gentle Pediatric Dentist in West Jordan

At Jordan Landing Pediatric Dentistry, we combine modern technology and a gentle chairside manner to help your child smile confidently throughout their formative years. Our team works hard to make coming to the dentist something your child looks forward to and not something they fear. Whether your toddler needs their first visit or your teen needs a filling, we are here to help. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.


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