Dr. Trevor Lindgren, DDS 

Dr. Lindgren is a compassionate, gentle dentist who has been practicing dentistry for over 12 years. He specializes in creating long-lasting, healthy smiles and values building relationships of trust and friendship. He takes the time to listen to each patient and answer any questions or concerns you may have.   


He grew up in Sandy & Draper and met his wife at Alta High School. They have been married for 20 years and have 3 children. He attended Brigham Young University and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry. After dental school, Dr. Lindgren did a one year general practice residency at the Salt Lake City Veterans Hospital where he worked with specialists and a large group of dentists to treatment plan complex restorative cases, place implants, make dentures, do root canals, crowns, and other advanced dental skills development.


When he's not practicing dentistry, Dr. Lindgren loves skiing, mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, mountaineering, gardening, and spending time with his family. He loves being a part of the Herriman community and is happy to serve you as a Herriman Dentist. 

Ella, Dental Assistant

Ella has been a Dental Assistant for 7 years and has loved every minute of it! She loves getting to know our patients and helping them feel comfortable and confident during their visits with us. She is cross-trained, so you may see her working with patients at the front desk to make sure everything goes smoothly with patient scheduling and information. She is a Mama to the cutest Identical twin girls, who turned one in June 2022. When Ella isn’t in the dental office, you can find her hiking, playing with her kiddos, going on walks with her family, watching all the scary movies she can find, or doing Microblading/Brow Artistry at “Blessed Brows Salon!” She is excited to be a part of such a fun and fast-growing practice here at Copper Mountain Dental, and looks forward to meeting each of you!

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Rachel, Dental Assistant

Rachel has been a Dental Assistant for six years. She has lived in Texas, Wyoming, and now Utah, and loves exploring our state’s euphoric scenery and local treasures. She is a mom to a son, daughter, and cat. She loves rainy weather and her favorite season is Fall. In her spare time, she loves to drink coffee, read, collect crystals, get her nails done, play Sims, watch Harry Potter, look at the moon, and read her Tarot cards. She has an art business – Rachel Simpson Modern Artistry—where she shares and sells her work; it’s her greatest passion and something that she takes much pride in.

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Best Dental Hygienist in the world...coming soon!

Hygienists are awesome! They keep your teeth clean and help you prevent bone loss by preventing gum disease. Hygienists can treat periodontitis or a gum disease that involves loss of bone because of inflammation by performing scaling and root planing. Scaling and root planing involves removing plaque, calculus or tartar from around your teeth including above and below the gum line. The tartar and plaque creates inflammation that results in your immune system dissolving bone as the immune system fights this chronic gum infection. If treated early and regularly, periodontitis can be controlled and the damage to your bone that supports your teeth can be limited.  I am so thankful to have their help. 

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Best Dental Assistant coming soon!

Dental assistants are critical to efficiently delivering dental care. Dental assisting is a very important job and I am so thankful to them for their hard work. I could not do it without them. Dental assistants can do more than just hand stuff to the dentist and suction. They can make and cement temporary crowns, polish teeth with a rubber cup polisher, take impressions for bleach trays, retainers, or other temporary flipper restorations, place sealants, place temporary fillings, maintain dental equipment, sterilize instruments, clean dental chairs, place retraction cord when we do crowns, comfort kids and nervous patients, take radiographs, or x-rays, do scaling of teeth above the gum line, mix cements, and in general make dentistry possible for all of us. Thank you for all you do! I really appreciate you!