First of all my name is Ada Frandsen. I am 47 years old and I have been coming to Magna Dental for many years. There are many reasons why I come (too many to write down), but most of all it’s the people that work there everyday. They make sure that the people are taken care of. Also, the office is very clean. The receptionists are the best. You can ask them anything. Myself, I see Doctor Johnson and his assistant Nancy. They have been the best and take the time to answer any questions I have had over the years. Over all, I just want to say that if I moved to another state, I would still make sure I could come to this office for my dental work. The staff and doctors are the best. Dr. Johnson, Debbie, Nancy and all the others.
Thank you very much.
– Ada Frandsen.
My 8 year old had been to another dentist that really traumatized him & so he was extremely nervous to go to the dentist! After his visit with Dr. Brad he actually laughed when we left and said “that wasn’t scary”! As for the office staff – Wow – they were so friendly & helpful! After moving to Salt Lake 4 years ago, Magna Dental is our 3rd & last dentist! We have found a GREAT Family friendly office! We love it!
– Courtney Kitson
We travel all the way from Moab and Kaysville just to come to Magna Dental. We have been so happy with Dr. Brad Johnson that we don’t mind the trip.
– Shelly Montrove, Kaysville, UT
Becky & Angele Flowers
Our visit to Magna Dental office was fantastic. We are severely petrified of dentists (bad past experience). My daughter was in tears when we walked in. Dr. Brad Johnson and Brittany put her to ease. They did not do anything she did not want done (like using the pick). Debbi in the front office worked very hard to find the right plan for us, payment wise. Dr. Brad and Debbi worked for an hour for us. They finally came up with a plan that worked for us. Debbi said that we can make payments for the work to be done. When we make the final payment, they will do the work. I have never been to a dentist office that worked and bent over backwards for the patients. They went far beyond our expectations. We call them “Gentle Giants.”