November 23, 2021

3 Reasons to Consider an In-House Dental Savings Plan

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woman with a dental savings plan pointing to her smile

Whether you recently lost your job or your current one doesn’t provide dental benefits, that doesn’t necessarily mean you need to pay full price for dental care. Many dental practices offer additional financing options to help uninsured patients receive the care their smiles need at an affordable rate. One of these options is an in-house dental savings plan, which functions similarly to insurance, but is often much simpler and more reliable. Wondering if a dental savings plan is right for you? Here are three reasons to consider signing up!


September 17, 2021

Why Do You Need a Bone Graft Before Dental Implants?

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Digital illustration of bone graft

Tooth loss is a common issue that affects millions of Americans throughout the country. Fortunately, losing a tooth doesn’t mean that you need to go the rest of your life with gaps in your smile. Dental implants are a preferred tooth replacement option because of their numerous benefits. However, some patients need to have a bone graft before they can have dental implants placed. Continue reading to learn why this is sometimes necessary.


June 9, 2021

Summer’s the Perfect Time for Dental Implants – Here’s Why!

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older woman smiling with dental implants

If you’re living without a full set of teeth, you’re surely ready for a change. Aside from not being able to eat all the foods that you enjoy, it has impacted your self-esteem. The good news is there is a way to regain full usage of your teeth and lead a more fulfilling life: with dental implants. Keep reading to discover what separates them from any other form of tooth replacement, and why summer is the best time to take action!


March 19, 2021

Don’t Let Seasonal Allergies Harm Your Smile

Filed under: Uncategorized — charleswalker @ 7:54 pm

Woman with seasonal allergies and dental health concerns.Spring is in the air, which means runny noses and itchy eyes are abundant. Unfortunately, constantly blowing your nose isn’t the only concern of allergies. Believe it or not, your smile can also suffer the consequences of high allergen levels. Seasonal allergies and dental health are connected to one another. Your allergy symptoms can lead to dental complications. Here’s what you need to know to protect your smile while dealing with your allergies.


February 4, 2021

Keeping Your Heart Healthy Starts with Your Smile

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February is here, so you are probably preparing for a special night on the 14th. However, there is more than one reason to be thinking about your heart during this time of the year. This month is Heart Health Month. One way that you can maintain the health of your heart is by keeping up your dental health. They have more in common than you may think. Continue reading so you can learn more about how you can keep your cardiovascular health in check.


January 21, 2021

4 Reasons to Visit Your Dentist Early

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Appointment on calendar for a dental checkup. As you pack up your holiday decorations, you’re likely thinking about your New Year’s resolutions. While you plan to pay off debt or exercise more often, why not put a healthy smile at the top of your to-do list? Your dental insurance benefits were reinstated on January 1st, which means you have access to comprehensive coverage that’s designed to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Although you have all year to use your policy, here are 4 reasons you’ll want to schedule a dental checkup early.


August 10, 2020

ClearCorrect vs. Invisalign: Which Is Better for You?

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close up of hand holding ClearCorrect aligner

As a recent grad who’s trying to enter the workforce for the first time, you want to look as professional as possible. While it’s not always easy to feel confident when you have crooked teeth, you don’t want to get braces and look like a nerdy teenager again. Fortunately, there’s actually more than one option to straighten your smile without wearing a mouthful of metal: Invisalign and ClearCorrect. Both of these clear aligners can discreetly shift your pearly whites, but how can you tell which one is right for you? Let’s examine the difference between ClearCorrect and Invisalign to help you make the decision.


July 22, 2020

4 Reasons Why Summer Is the Perfect Time to Straighten Your Smile

Filed under: Uncategorized — charleswalker @ 6:44 pm
Woman smiling with straight, white teeth

Did you know that 74% of U.S. adults have crooked teeth? While initially undergoing a teeth-straightening treatment may seem like a purely cosmetic choice, straight teeth can actually benefit your oral health by preventing gum disease and tooth decay! Plus, thanks to modern technology and innovations in dentistry, patients today don’t have to go through “metal mouth” to achieve the smile of their dreams. In fact, summer is the perfect time to opt for ClearCorrect, which can fix misaligned teeth without the hassle of brackets, wires, headgear, and rubber bands. Read on for four benefits of starting ClearCorrect this summer.


May 15, 2020

Stay Smiling: Getting the Most Out of Your Dental Implant

Filed under: Uncategorized — charleswalker @ 1:05 am
Person receiving dental implants in Salt Lake City

Dental implants are the gold standard of tooth replacement. They are strong, reliable, and have a 95% success rate. They look and function exactly like natural teeth and can have a great impact on your self-esteem. Unlike dentures, they are completely secured to your jawbone and run no risk of slipping or falling out, making it easier for you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. If you have dental implants, you want them to last as long as possible. Learn how to maximize their longevity from your dentist in Salt Lake City.


January 1, 2020

Boosting Your Health One New Year’s Resolution at a Time

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new year's resolution list

The tradition of making new year’s health resolutions is an opportunity for people to recommit to taking care of their wellbeing. Throughout the year, it can be easy to stray from the path of taking care of your body and mind and become discouraged. That’s why it’s important to make attainable goals that don’t involve drastically altering your daily life. The best place to start improving your overall health is with your mouth. Read on to learn the connection your teeth and gums have with the rest of your health and what you can do to boost your wellbeing.

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