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.
If you are missing the majority of your teeth – or all of them – dentures will give you back your smile. They also give you back functionality, so it isn’t just about your appearance. Read our blog post for answers to denture related questions.
Tooth enamel has been thought to be something that once you’ve lost it, you can’t get it back. However, a recent study has shown that scientists have actually discovered how to regrow tooth enamel. Read our blog post to learn more about tooth enamel and efforts to regrow it.
Taking care of your dental health should never burn a hole in your wallet. At Midtown Dental, it’s our goal to provide superior dental care to all of our patients regardless of their budgetary constraints. Read our blog post for details!
We are so proud to serve the Logan community with dental care that’s centered on quality and compassion. We also love that our city is home to Utah State University and its students. Check out our blog post for a look at two of our convenient financial options particularly suited to Utah State students looking for affordable dentistry.
It seems like summer is flying by and before long you’ll be getting the kids suited up with new clothes and stocked up on supplies for class. While you’re doing your back-to-school prep, don’t forget to schedule a dental cleaning and exam for your child! Check out our blog post for the benefits of scheduling now!
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.
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.