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Orthodontics for Children & Teens
Brandon Jones, DMD
Dr. Brandon Jones received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Case School of Dental Medicine in 2005 and practiced general dentistry for one year in Ohio. Desiring to focus his practice on treating children, Dr. Jones completed his pediatric dentistry specialty training at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital and began working with Dr. Stuart Thomas and the Kaysville Pediatric Dental team in Feb 2009, Dr. Thomas retired shortly thereafter with over 21 years of deticated dental service. Dr. Jones is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and maintains memberships with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Dental Association, Utah Dental Association and the Gnathos Orthodontic Study Club.
He is active in his community and around the world, having served two medical/dental missions to Honduras in the rural mountain villages and towns that surround Tegucigalpa. During his leisure time, Dr. Jones enjoys spending time with his wife, three sons and daughter. Together, they enjoy camping, fishing and hiking.
Marc Harrison, DMD
Dr. Marc Harrison grew up in South Jordan, Utah, and attended Brigham Young University for his undergraduate degree.
He graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Dentistry in Cleveland, Ohio. While in dental school,
Dr. Harrison spent time working with children at the hospital.
It was there he discovered that he enjoys being able to make the dental visit a positive experience for all children. These experiences led him to pursue more training as a pediatric dental specialist. He studied for two years at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, expanding his skills and providing dental care to children with serious medical conditions.
Dr. Harrison understands the importance of continuing his education and maintains active membership in the American Academy of Pediatric Dentists and American Dental Association.
Doctors and Team
We are available Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m
We try our best to accommodate our patients as much as possible when scheduling appointments. We have found that children with extensive dental work or preschool children are better to be seen early in the morning when they are fresher and can have a more positive experience. Some appointments may require the child to miss some school; however, these are considered excused absences. With continued care, appointments during school can be kept to a minimum.
We request 24-hours notice if you need to cancel your appointment. We are aware that unforeseen events sometimes require missing an appointment, but we ask for your help as a courtesy to all of our patients. Continued broken confirmed appointments may result in an additional charge.
We are serious about providing superior dental care at reasonable rates, and are dedicated to our patients’ needs.
Our office setting offers a fun, relaxing atmosphere for toddlers to teenagers. We kept our patients needs in mind when designing our office. We think it will be a place your children can't wait to visit time and again.
Our goal is to create a partnership with your family that will last through the years. We feel this is best accomplished by treating your children as our own; the greatest reward we can receive is the little smiles of our happy patients.
Your child’s appointment will be comfortable and enjoyable because of our team and the relaxed environment that we have created. We want you and your child to feel right at home!
Each member of our treatment team is a registered dental assistant and our office staff each have years of experience in treating children with the highest level of care.
We cultivate a relationship with each of our patients, which not only ensures better children’s dental care, but also turns a visit to the dentist into a visit between friends.
We are dedicated to great dental experiences.
Kaysville Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, along with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry,recommend you bring your child in by his or her first birthday.
During your first visit, you will be introduced to our Pediatric Dental Team, given an office tour and discuss your child’s unique smile and ways to keep it beautiful for years to come.
Depending on the age of your child, he or she will either be given a knee-to-knee examination (where your baby’s head will rest on our doctor’s knee while their body is on your lap) or a regular exam in the doctor’s chair.
We request that you complete our First Visit Forms prior to arriving for your appointment. This helps our office keep your and everyone else’ scheduled visit on time.
Your initial exam will last approximately one hour. Oral hygiene instructions will also be given with suggestions to help your child care for their own teeth. In most cases, we will also clean their teeth on this visit, and provide an evaluation that will outline any existing dental problems and proposed treatment.
Please print and fill out our new patient forms.
Bring them with you at first appointment, Thank You.
What is a Pediatric Dentist?
A Pediatric Dentist like, Dr. Jones and Dr. Harrison, is a specialist dedicated to the oral health of children and the monitoring of their facial growth and development. Our office is designed for treating children from infancy through adolescence, as well as the medically and the physically compromised.
Why Choose a Pediatric Dentist?
A pediatric patient not only has a different dentition than adults but he/she may have specific dental and behavioral needs that are unique to a child. These needs may include orthodontics, dental sealants, fluoride applications or home treatments, or just simply education in oral hygiene. In addition to treating existing dental problems, our office focuses on prevention through patient and parent education. We like to feel that you and your child do not come to our office to have their “cavities fixed” but rather to prevent them. Our office provides all of the educational tools necessary for our patients to enjoy a cavity-free future.
Pediatric Dental Topics:
The American Association of Orthodontists recommend that every child have an orthodontic evaluation
by the age of 7.
Early detection and treatment gives your child the edge - a much better chance for natural and normal development. By working with the natural growth instead of against it, we can prevent problems from becoming worse, and ensure your child a lifetime of healthy smiles!
Studies have shown that people who have straight teeth are more likely to smile more. This leads to a greater self esteem which may lead to a more fulfilling life.
More about Orthodontics for Children and Teens.
We’re proud of what people are saying about our office!
Dr. Jones has a natural way of making my kids feel at ease. Thanks to you for being great to my family!
Thank you for the great care and patience with our kids. It was easier than I thought it would be bringing in all three kids at the same time. I’m grateful for the friendliness shown to all three!
My daughter had a lip tie and tongue tie fixed in the summer. It's hard to even remember the way it used to be. She is able to latch to nurse, she doesn't choke or gag. She used to nurse every 30 minutes for 2 minutes at a a time. Now she nurses for 30 minutes at a time about every 3-4 hours. So grateful for the difference! She loves her tongue mobility!
I love this place! They're amazing with kids! Great dentist!
Very kid friendly. Kids feel safe, and they love the prizes!