Covid-19 To ensure the safety of our patients, community and our dental team members, the American Dental Association has recommended postponing ALL elective dental treatment and concentrating on only URGENT dental care. If you are having a dental emergency and need to be seen right away, please call our office at 435-753-0505. We are eager to help you! We appreciate your patience, understanding, and commitment to everyone's health and safety at this difficult time.
Wisdom tooth pain is no fun. If you’re experiencing wisdom tooth pain, chances are you’re searching for remedies to help ease your pain and help you get back to your life. Read our blog post where we explain why wisdom teeth are so problematic, as well as provide some suggestions for what to do about your wisdom tooth pain.
If you’re about to get a root canal, you may be thinking about a lot of worst case scenarios. This is completely normal before a bigger dental treatment. Read our blog post to learn what to expect in a root canal procedure.
Porcelain veneers are a wonderful option for anyone looking for a great smile. They can help with several dental issues including chipped, misshapen, or small teeth, misalignment, and discoloration. Read our blog post for answers to questions about how long veneers will last and how to properly care for them.
You see your dental hygienist twice a year, and you have done so for your whole life, right? But do you have any idea what they’re doing while they scrape away at your teeth? There’s more to the role than meets the eye. Read our blog post to learn more about the dental hygienist’s crucial role.
Dentures are a time-tested way for people with missing teeth to reclaim a beautiful, full smile. One question we often get asked by patients considering getting dentures is how they stay in place. Read our blog post for answers!
Believe it or not, Utah recently joined the handful of states with a state dinosaur. Read our blog post to learn about the Utahraptor, including every dentist’s favorite thing about dinosaurs: their teeth!
Flossing tends to be the one dental hygiene task that we all seem to pass on during our daily routine. Read our blog post where we explain 5 ways to make flossing easier so you won’t have any excuses when it comes time to floss.
Many people are afraid of hearing they have a cavity or need a root canal because they do not want to face local anesthesia or being put under. We are here to assure you that they are not as scary as they seem. Read our blog post for a description of the sedation options we offer at our office.
Our team is committed to providing quality, affordable dental care for our patients and their families. We know that the cost of dental care can keep many folks from getting the treatment they need, so we are proud to offer several financing options that will fit your family’s budget. Read our blog for details.