Get to know our incredible Pediatric Dentist!
When we built our pediatric dentist office in Herriman, Utah, it was our goal to create an atmosphere that would help your child look forward to their dental checkups. Thanks to the help of our fun-loving and well trained team, our themed treatment rooms and exciting play area, we believe we have pulled it off!
All about Dr. Chuck Odion, DDS
why choose Dr. chuck?
Dr. Chuck is amazing with kids! He carefully explains all dental plans and what to expect during a treatment plan. He makes a trip to the dentist fun by making the kids feel welcome and comfortable.
10+ years of experience
Dr. Chuck has over 10 years of Pediatric Dentistry experience. He has extensive knowledge and schooling including a residency at the Nation’s #1 Children’s Hospital, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where he was one of the Chief Residents.
Education & Degrees
Dr. Chuck graduated from the University of Utah and then went on to attend dental school at University of Southern California. Later Dr. Chuck completed his Pediatric Specialty degree at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Chuck grew up in Orange County, California doing activities that kept him close to the water like water polo and surfing. Dr. Chuck is married and has 3 little princesses.
what we do
Pediatric dentistry is an age-defined specialty that provides both primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic oral health care for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health care needs.
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get started today!
We are excited to have you come in and visit us in our office! if you have any questions or would like to shedule an appointment, feel free to give us a call or send us a message using the contact form. You can also connect with us through our Facebook page.
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