Meet Dr. Bradley Wyatt
We love what we do.
Treating children with kindness and compassion
while promoting a lifetime of healthy dental habits is our mission.
From the time your child grows their first tooth until they are ready to move on to an adult dentist, our doctors and their team will help care for and protect your child’s smile. Because children are so different from adults, we take a unique approach to every patient. We treat our patients as if they were our own and we want each visit to be a fun, educational visit.
We make visits easy and on-time,
so you can get back to your day!
Our office was built with your child in mind.
We can’t wait to see you at your next visit!
This includes proper brushing, flossing and eating habits, ideal fluoride levels and the use of pit and fissure sealants. We strive to provide a fun, educational environment where children learn about the importance of good dental hygiene.
This includes children’s sealants, fillings, and crowns including treatment of devastating early childhood caries. We are committed to discussing all options before these procedures and answering all questions you may have. Always working for the goal of a healthy smile is our first priority.
Sedation dentistry refers to the use of sedation during dental treatment. Sedation is most commonly used during extensive procedures, for patients with dental phobia or for patients who find it difficult to sit still. Our office offers nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation and general anesthesia.
We understand that the need for urgent dental care is sometimes necessary.
We strive to handle dental emergencies promptly and with compassion. We are always on call and you can reach our practice any day, at any time.
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A native of Dugway Utah, Dr. Wyatt attended Southern Utah University where he received a BS in zoology. After his time in southern Utah he then moved to Kentucky to attend the University of Louisville. There, he earned a Masters in Public Health and the degree Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry. While in dental school, Dr. Wyatt participated in various service organizations which further confirmed his desire to specialize in order to better provide services to the pediatric population and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. After dental school he completed a Fellowship in Developmental Dentistry at the Lee Specialty Clinic and a Clerkship at the Orange Grove Center, both clinics specifically tailored to the unique needs of individuals with ID/DD. Prior to moving to Texas, he obtained a Masters of Science in Dentistry with postdoctoral certificate in pediatric dentistry from Indiana University.
Dr. Wyatt and his wife Megan have five children born in four different states. Together they all enjoy outdoor activities, dance parties, and any other form of fun they can find. Dr. Wyatt also enjoys playing sports, attending sporting events, and trying to be as helpful as he can as a pediatric dentist.