At Redwood Pediatric Dentistry, we strive to combine a calm but fun atmosphere with state-of-the-art equipment
and the greatest staff to provide your child with the best dental experience. We want your child to fall in love with
going to the dentist and we want to help educate them on how to take care of their dental hygiene. We also provide
Spanish-speaking staff and doctors to ensure well-understood treatment and care.
At Redwood Pediatric Dentistry, we promise outstanding care, in all aspects, for you and your children.
Meet The Doctors
JASON HORGESHEIMER, DDS
When he isn’t working on kid’s teeth, Dr. Jason is probably running a marathon or
backpacking and fishing in the Wind River Mountain Range. Dr. Jason graduated
from BYU and then received his dental degree from the University of Iowa. He
earned his Pediatric Specialty degree by completing a two-year residency at
Primary Children’s Medical Center. Dr. Jason is married and has four children, three
girls and one boy.
Renn Veater, DDS
Dr. Renn received his Bachelors Degree from Southern Utah University. After
graduating from Dental School at the University of Kentucky, he completed two
additional years of Pediatric Specialty training at the Women and Children's Hospital
in Buffalo, NY. Dr. Renn is a Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. As
the father of four daughters, Dr. Renn understands that a child's earliest dental
experiences are the most important. It is his goal to make sure that his patients and
their parents have a positive experience at each appointment. He hopes that his
interactions with his patients will help them develop a healthy attitude toward
dentistry and result in a lifetime of active care.
Meet The Doctors
Brett Packham, DMD
Dr. Brett was born and raised in Murray, Utah where he attended Murray High School.
After graduating from Murray High he began his degree in Medical Biology at the
University of Utah. Upon completion of his degree at Utah he immediately attended the
University of Iowa College of Dentistry for four years. During dental school he found he
loved working with children and decided to complete a residency in pediatric dentistry at
Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City. He is currently board eligible with the
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and has been practicing in Utah since 2008. Dr.
Brett has three children, and has been happily married to his wife Cheree since 1998. He
has a passion for his work and is dedicated to making your child’s experience in the
dental chair a positive one. He will always treat your child as he would his very own.
Troy Hardy, DMD
Dr. Troy is outnumbered at home, but enjoys spending time with his wife and
three daughters. He graduated from BYU and then received his dental degree from
the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health in Mesa, AZ. He specialized in
pediatrics at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, TX with additional training at
Children’s Medical Center of Dallas and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.
You might see Dr. Troy cheering on his beloved BYU Cougars, fishing the Provo
River, cycling the mountains of Utah or playing at the park with his family.
Meet The Doctors
Treagan White, DDS
Dr. Treagan grew up in both Tulsa, Oklahoma and Dillingham, Alaska. He made the
move to Logan, Utah to begin his undergraduate training at Utah State University
where he majored in Business Administration and minored in Chemistry. He
attended dental school at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry and
completed his specialty training in pediatrics at the University of Iowa Hospitals and
Clinics with a strong focus on patients with special health care needs. Treagan is
happily married and has a beautiful daughter. Both he and his wife are passionate
about soccer, snowboarding and the great outdoors.
Four Keys to Your Child’s Dental Health
1. Help your child brush his or her teeth twice daily, from the eruption of the first tooth until
their seventh birthday, using a small pea-sized amount of toothpaste. Continue supervising
throughout their elementary school years. Around the time of their third birthday, you should
introduce flossing at least 2-3 times per week in order to clean between the teeth.
2. Minimize soda pop and other sweets especially in young children. The enamel on baby teeth
is very thin making them susceptible to dental decay when frequently exposed to sugars.
3. Wean your child off the bottle by their first birthday. If children request a drink at night, only
allow water. Other liquids including milk, juice, or soft drinks in a bottle or “sippy cup,” bathe
the teeth throughout the night in sugars causing cavities, which can lead to baby bottle tooth
4. Visit the dentist every 6 months for routine exams, cleanings, and x-rays. Early detection of
small cavities allow conservative small fillings rather than large restorations or extractions.