Being a family dentist is ... it would be seeing all the kids in the family. We don't see adults but we love seeing families. We try to accommodate families. We have some really big families that come with six or seven kids and we try to get them all in and seen in a timely manner. We love getting to know families over time. We try to find out what they like, what sports they're playing, what hobbies they have. Over a long period of time with families, we really get to know them and love them. We have a good experience with them.
Have you been looking for a great dentist for all your little ones? If you want to treat your kids to compassionate family dentistry, contact our friendly Sandy, UT dentists, including Dr. Erik Rooklidge at Dentistry for Children today!
So you can get the quality care your children deserve and spend less time driving around, we have two locations in Sandy, UT and West Valley, UT. Dr. Erik Rooklidge is one of the trusted dentists in Sandy, UT since he is also a member of The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, The American Dental Association, and The Utah Dental Association.
Your Child’s First Dental Visit
If it’s time for your child’s first dental visit, bring them to see the calming, soothing team at Dentistry for Children! We will devote extra time to helping your little one feel safe and comfortable.
Because we actually get to know your kids, your child will trust us more easily and form a positive association with the dentist. They may even look forward to seeing the familiar faces of our team when visiting for regular dental cleanings and exams.
Our Sandy, UT dentists have undergone extensive training in pediatric dentistry to provide the best care possible for your children.
Unlike other dentists providing family dentistry who treat patients of all ages, our trusted Sandy UT dentists, including Dr. Erik Rooklidge focus on providing excellent family dentistry care for children only. Whether you’re bringing your youngest in for their first ever dental appointment or your teenager wants to brighten their smile with teeth whitening following braces, we can help!
According to the American Dental Association, once your child is age 4, continued thumb sucking could begin to affect their future smile and oral health.
To help break the habit, we will educate you and your child on some of the potential effects and offer suggestions for discouraging thumb sucking.
Take The First Step To Improving Your Child’s Smile
Don’t settle for just any dentist when it comes to your children’s healthy, beautiful smiles. Call top-rated Sandy, UT dentists including Dr. Erik Rooklidge at Dentistry for Children for all your family dentistry needs. You can also stop by one of our locations in person or use our online form to schedule.