Get the brightest smile possible

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You know the feeling: It’s called the spotlight effect. You assume that everyone is looking at that gap in your teeth. You do everything you can to hide it, but somehow, they still see it. If this is you, you need to talk to the friendly team at Jordan River Dental today. We specialize in cosmetic dentistry services, including dental implants, in South Jordan.

Cosmetic dental problems can affect you in many ways, from not being able to eat your favorite food to not wanting to deal with clients, meet new people, speak in public or even simply smile. Dentures and dental implants have enabled many people suffering from these difficulties to regain the confidence to smile, laugh and engage with others.

Jordan River Dental uses Cone-Beam Computed Tomography, a technology that allows us to capture a detailed image of your craniofacial area. This makes implant placement easier and more accurate.

Show the world who you truly are with a confident and beautiful smile, brought to you by Jordan River Dental’s team of cosmetic dentists.

Get your confidence back

You can count on our team to help you restore your smile and in turn, help you get your confidence back. With partial dentures, full dentures and dental implants, we can replace missing or problem teeth so that you don't need to hide your smile anymore. When we're done, you won't be able to stop smiling and you'll want everyone to see it.

Full and partial dentures

It doesn't matter why you're missing some teeth. What's important is replacing them so that you can restore your full smile. Through partial dentures or full dentures, you can get your confidence back again knowing that your smile is flawless. Call today to learn more about dental implants in South Jordan.

Hassle-free implants

If the thought of having dentures just doesn't sound appealing, you need to talk to us about dental implants. The process is fairly basic as we will attach the implant to the bone structure of your mouth so that it's as close to a permanent tooth as you can get.