Meet the team
Located in the heart of Holladay, Smiles offers a warm, tranquil atmosphere. Dr. Scott Kiser will provide you with exceptional treatment using only the most advanced technology available. Our dental team consists of friendly, highly-trained individuals to help you achieve and maintain optimal oral health. Seeing you with a bright, beautiful smile is as important to us as it is to you. If the gradual process of age and decay, an accident or irregular care has left you self conscious about your teeth, it’s time to visit Smiles. We can restore your youthful appearance and your teeth to a more natural, comfortable feel.
Smiles works with one goal in mind- providing personalized, high quality dentistry, that looks good, feels natural and lasts a long time. We offer dental health services for all ages using advanced techniques and the finest materials.
We’ll make you comfortable, listen to your concerns, answer your questions and customize a treatment especially for you.
Providing Dental Treatment with Extra Care
Dr. Scott Kiser and his warm and friendly team would like to welcome you to Smiles, also known as “The Little Yellow House”. Located in the heart of Holladay, UT, we offer trusted, professional comprehensive family dental care to our local communities including Holladay, Salt Lake City, and Cottonwood Heights.
We look forward to caring for you and your family. Call us today for an appointment.
Cosmetic dentistry treatments exist to enhance the appearance of one’s smile but also to improve the function of your mouth, teeth and gums.
Dental emergencies happen at random and can affect your ability to carry out your daily routine.
Pediatric & Family Dentistry
We provide family dentistry for your entire family. Our pediatric and family dentistry is designed to help you and your children feel at home and comfortable at the dentist.
Preventive dentistry focuses on the treatments and practices that help people prevent oral disease or other dental problems.
Restorative dentistry serves to restore teeth that may have been damaged through common oral health problems or more serious dental issues.