Canyon Rim Dental stands to provide a dental experience that transcends the ordinary. Our focus is to provide an unparalleled standard of dental care to our patients and deliver quality dentistry that will stand the test of time. The Canyon Rim Dental is a state-of-the-art and ADA accessible dental facility in Salt Lake City. Our team of dentists regularly participate in advanced dental training courses and are always on the look out for newer, more advanced dental technologies to integrate into our dental practice. The latest dental technology and procedures are combined with a pro-active approach to dental care to ensure our patients get the best dental experience possible every time they visit our office.
Convenient Location and ADA Accessible
Canyon Rim Dental’s office is conveniently at located 2560 3300 S #200 Salt Lake City, UT 84109, near the 215 Freeway and S 2300 E. We have large and spacious parking lot and our facility meets the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines for accessibility.
Canyon Rim Dental’s computerized dentistry allows us to control the quality, cost and production time. We have on-site digital impressions and same-day crown mill (Cerec). The computerized crown milling machine furthers our ability to provide custom and high quality ceramic onlays, dental crowns and veneers while you conveniently wait in our office. This saves time, money and the hassle of having to make numerous dental visits.
We use low-dose digital radiology as part of our commitment to our patients to provide them with the safest and most effective dental options available. Digital X-rays are safer, faster and more accurate. It emits 80 percent less radiation than the older versions.
Computer Imaging and Intra-Oral Cameras
With computer imaging and use of intra-oral cameras, we are able to produce high-resolution images and display them on state-of-the-art monitors. This allows us to identify and diagnose dental conditions and oral health problems and explain these with our patients during consultation. We take photos of our the patient’s mouth and teeth as part of treatment planning and before we begin any dental work.