Family Dentistry – Cottonwood Heights, UT
Your True Dental Home
As a father of four himself, Dr. Hansen knows firsthand how complicated it can be for families to make sure everyone is getting the dental care they need. Often, parents end up having to juggle different appointments on different days for each individual. We save you from this hassle at White Peak Dental, because our team is ready to treat your entire household right here, from the youngest child to the wisest grandparent and everyone in between, with family dentistry in Cottonwood Heights, UT!
Why Choose White Peak Dental for Family Dentistry?
- Privately Owned Local Dental Office
- Comprehensive Services for Dental Patients of All Ages
- Ready to Accept & Maximize Your Dental Insurance
Dr. Hansen takes diagnostic impressions to ensure the fit of any crown, bridge, or denture. The exact shape of your teeth and gums is molded in a flexible mixture that sets quickly. The mold is then used to create a replica of your mouth.
Comprehensive Oral Exams
The first step in any dental care plan is to determine your existing health conditions. All first-time patients receive a comprehensive examination, including documenting their medical history, taking full X-rays, screening for oral cancer, examining the gums, checking each tooth for cavities, and examining your jaw and bite.
Periodic Oral Exams
Once you are an established patient with a preventive dental care plan, you will want to see us regularly for cleanings and checkups. Periodic exams are important for maintaining a healthy smile.
Consultation and Treatment Planning
Oral health is a lifelong concern. White Peak Dental takes the time to ensure you understand the conditions that need treatment and create a plan for correcting them. Dr. Hansen will also discuss the options for any cosmetic treatments you may be interested in. Additionally, we will outline a regular course of preventive care.
Gum Disease Diagnosis
Gum disease is much more common than people think. White Peak Dental will examine your gums for disease and determine the best course of treatment. Regular, careful brushing and flossing are essential to gum health.
Oral Cancer Screening
Anyone who smokes or uses chewing tobacco is especially at risk for oral cancer, but everyone who comes to us for a comprehensive exam is checked. No one is immune to cancer, and as with any other disease, early detection and treatment are important.