People are often quick to label certain foods as “good” and others as “bad,” but it’s not always that simple. Whether or not something is healthy is affected by a whole slew of factors. What we can say is there are definitely some foods that are better for your dental health than others. Check out our blog post for details!
Are you new to living with dentures or preparing to get dentures to restore your smile? It’s completely normal to go through a bit of an adjustment period when you first start. Read our blog post for tips to help you adapt to dentures.
Are you in need of wisdom teeth removal? Our office offers safe and gentle wisdom tooth removal in Logan, UT. Check out our blog post where we explain what wisdom teeth are, how to know if they need to be removed, and what you can expect for recovery after their removal.
Ensuring you have a clean and sanitized home environment is a crucial part of helping you and your loved ones stay healthy and safe, especially while we are currently dealing with COVID-19. Check out our blog post for some great at-home sanitization tips.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Logan, Utah dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on staying safe during the pandemic.
When decay sets into a tooth, it eats away part of the tooth material, creating a cavity. To treat this very common issue, the dentist will clean out the decay and fill in the hole. In this blog post we look at how safe metal fillings are and what alternatives are currently available.
Teeth whitening can truly transform your smile, offering white, bright results. However, if you don’t do it safely, you could be putting your teeth at risk. Read our blog post for everything you need to know to safely and effectively achieve a beaming smile.
You may have heard of periodontal disease, but do you know what it is and what common risk factors are associated with it? Read our blog post to learn about periodontal disease, including it’s most common risks.
In accordance with guidelines from the Bear River Health Department, we are happy to resume your routine dental care. We have been tirelessly preparing new ways to keep you and your family safe! Our office has been professionally sanitized with exceptional techniques that exceed CDC standards. We will continue to practice social distancing, and have designated appointment times for the elderly and immunocompromised.