Contact Your Location

Daybreak Office(801) 999-4640

Orchard Drive Office (North Salt Lake)801-951-8038

Eastgate Office (Salt Lake City)801-272-8555

Hunter Park (West Valley)801-969-9669

Oquirrh Park Office (West Jordan)801-840-4833

Jordan Ridge Office (West Jordan)801-727-8905

Vine Street Office (Murray)801-268-1135

Cottonwood Heights Office801-943-3233

Lone Peak Office (Sandy)801-553-8882

Ivory Ridge Office (Lehi)801-407-6520

Lindon Office801-769-2530

Stansbury Park Office435-843-5437

Park City Office435-649-5001

  • Fill Out the Form Below to Contact Burg Children’s Dentistry

  • Hidden

Request Your Appointment

Category: Uncategorized

The Habits of Families with Heroic Teeth 

Oct 03 2022

The family that brushes together crushes (cavities) together! Or something like that anyway. For this month’s blog, we decided to talk with a few different families with extraordinary teeth to determine the best habits for building the strong healthy teeth you’ve always dreamed of. After all, a perfect smile is one of the things people…

read more

A Note From Miss Tooth Fairy

Miss Tooth Fairy here! I just wanted to say hello and hope you are all doing well! This Sunday is National Tooth fairy Day! That’s right, a holiday dedicated to celebrating me! There are days to celebrate America, your first day on this planet, trees, and even that old man Santa Clause! I do so…

read more

10-Question Quiz: Which Burg Superhero Are You?

Jul 18 2019

At Burg Children’s Dentistry, we love superheroes! In fact, we even have our own. Take this short quiz with your child to see which Burg superhero they are like. Are they as strong and bold as Molar Man? Or feisty and fierce like Incisor Girl?

read more

Overbites and Underbites

Oct 28 2010

If you thought overbites or underbites were mostly caused by excessive thumb sucking past the age of two you thought wrong!  These misaligned bites can be the result of numerous scenarios and cause all types of serious problems. Problems caused by Overbites and Underbites Increased gum disease risk Increased cavity risk Broken teeth Crooked teeth…

read more