About Us

We look forward to providing you with quality dental care and establishing a long-term relationship of trust.

Our Goals list

  • 100%
    Patient Satisfaction
  • 100%
    Patient Comfort

Meet the Doctors users

  • John D. Callister DDS

    read more…John D. CallisterDr. John Callister started MountainView Dental 39 years ago. During those years he has continued to add new skills and techniques, incredible friendly patients, highly trained staff, and two amazingly talented sons. His dental career includes many accomplishments and associations, some of which include membership to the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. In addition to his time spent at the office, Dr. John teaches as an adjunct professor at U.V.U Hygiene School.
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  • Craig Callister DMD

    read more…Craig CallisterDr. Craig Callister has been providing outstanding dental care since 1999.He earned his dental degree from the University of
    Louisville School of Dentistry.He graduated Magna Cum Laude.He is an active member of several preferred dental affiliations,including The American Dental Association and the Utah Dental Association.In his spare time Dr. Craig loves spending time with his family.He also enjoys all sports,hunting and fishing.×

  • Matt Callister DMD

    read more…Matt CallisterDr. Matt Callister joined MountainView Dental from Phoenix, AZ, where he obtained his dental degree from Midwestern University, College of Dental Medicine. Dr. Matt graduated in the top of his class earning special induction into the National Dental Honor Society, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, and spent an additional 300+ hrs of special extracurricular coursework in surgical implant dentistry through the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. With a modern gentle approach to oral health, Dr. Matt loves what he does and is passionate about bringing the best possible care to our patient family.×

Services Provided layers

+ Crowns

Fitting a crown requires at least two office visits. Initially, we will remove decay, shape the tooth, and fit it with a temporary crown of either plastic or metal.

+ Bridges

All of your teeth play an important role in speaking, chewing, and maintaining proper alignment of other teeth. Tooth loss doesn't necessarily have to occur as you age. But if you do lose teeth, they must be replaced to maintain proper function of your mouth. Fortunately, there are options for correcting tooth loss.

+ FILLINGS

A filling is a way to restore a tooth damaged by decay back to its normal function and shape. If you have a tooth that requires a filling, the dentist will first remove the decayed tooth material, clean the affected area, and then fill the cleaned out cavity with a filling material. A filling helps prevent further decay by closing off any cracks or spaces where bacteria can enter. All of our fillings are metal free.

+ EXTRACTIONS

Good oral hygiene should always be practiced since the loss of a single tooth can have major impact upon your oral health and appearance. Although dentists will use every measure to prevent tooth loss, there are still sometimes necessary occasions when a tooth may need to be extracted.

+ CROWNS AND BRIDGES

Crowns and bridges are used to restore and enhance teeth that are damaged or to take the place of missing teeth. A crown (sometimes called a cap) is used to entirely cover a damaged tooth. A crown not only strengthens a tooth, but it can dramatically improve a tooths appearance, shape and alignment.

+ DENTURES AND PARTIAL DENTURES

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. There are two types of dentures available, including partial and complete dentures. Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain, while complete dentures are used to completely replace all teeth. Dentures are made to resemble your natural teeth so there should be no noticeable change to your appearance. In fact, dentures may even improve your smile!

+ DENTAL IMPLANTS

A dental implant is an ideal tooth restoration for people who are missing one or more teeth as a result of injury, periodontal disease, or any other reason. A dental implant is a metal post that is positioned into the jaw. Once in place and bone surrounding the implant has had time to heal, a replacement tooth is attached to the post. While implants are typically more expensive than other methods of tooth replacement, they provide superior benefits. Implants are stronger than natural teeth and generally last 10-20 years or up to a lifetime. They are also a more favorable approach than bridgework since they do not depend on neighboring teeth for support. An implant also helps maintain the alveolar bone level.

+ ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

Root canal treatment (also referred to as root canal therapy or endodontic therapy) is made necessary when an untreated cavity reaches all the way to this pulp. Treatment may also be needed when deep restorations or trauma to a tooth cause nerve damage. Once the pulp becomes infected, it can begin to eat away at the surrounding bone (this is known as an abscess). If the pulp is infected, not only is it painful but it will require treatment as it cannot heal on its own. Symptoms that indicate the pulp has become infected may include sensitivity to hot/cold or sweets, pain, swelling, pain to biting or pressure, and a bad taste in the mouth. However, sometimes no symptoms are apparent and you may be unaware of any problem until a checkup.

+ ORTHODONTICS

Orthodontics is a specialty of dentistry that treats misaligned teeth or disproportionate jaw structure. Treatment usually involves the use of dental braces, but more modern technologies, such as invisalign are also available.

+ WHITENING

Tooth whitening is a popular procedure to make teeth whiter and brighter, and therefore more attractive. Bleaching can be used to whiten stained and discolored teeth, or simply to enhance a dull smile. Either way, tooth whitening is a safe and relatively painless procedure ideal for most patients.

Location & Hours map

1172 E 100 N
Suite 6
Payson UT 84651
(801) 465-3691
Monday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

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