Frequently Asked Questions

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Please feel welcome to contact our friendly reception staff with any dental inquiries or to schedule an appointment.

Corporate Hours

Monday -Thursday:  8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sunday  Closed

We create a care plan that addresses your specific needs. We are here to address all of your questions and concerns. 

General FAQs

Yes. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill out any required patient forms.
Please be sure to request a prescription prior to your appointment, or if you are unsure, contact us and we can help.
Please bring the following items with you to your appointment:

- Patient Information Form (filled out online)
- Dental Insurance Card (if applicable)
- Identification such as Driver's License, Military ID or State ID
It varies, but please plan on 1 hour for the first visit.
Our offices accept nearly all major insurance plans. You can call your insurance provider to check if we are on their provider list verify coverage.
We have 18 dental offices in Utah from Logan to Circleville. To view our 18 dental clinics, press here.
We offer a wide variety of dental services from preventative care, restorative care, and cosmetic procedures.
Payment plans are available.
We currently have a $99 new patient preventive cleaning and exam promotion. The promotion is only valid for new patients without insurance that require a preventive cleaning. We also offer an in-house dental discount plan that provides two free preventive cleanings a year and 20% off of all dental procedures.
All of our dentists are licensed to practice in the state of Utah.

Oral Health FAQs

To keep your teeth and gums healthy, it is important to schedule regular checkups and dental cleanings. The American Dental Association (ADA) advises adult patients to visit the dentist at least once every six months. Regular dental cleanings remove stains and plaque buildup, lowering the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. If you experience sudden onset pain in your teeth or gums, immediately book an appointment with your local dentist. He or she will evaluate the problem and recommend the appropriate treatments for your needs.
Brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes and flossing once a day are the most effective ways to remove plaque buildup from between the teeth and below the gum line. Regular teeth cleanings and checkups at your local dentist also support proper dental hygiene, especially when combined with fluoride treatment. To minimize acid-producing bacteria that attack your tooth enamel, drink fluoridated tap water and maintain a well-balanced diet that is low in sugary foods, starchy foods, and acidic beverages.
X-Rays allow your dentist to look for oral health issues that may be difficult to identify with a visual examination alone. Your dentist may recommend a full-set of X-rays to establish a baseline for your oral health, identify potential problems such as cavities and impacted teeth, or to prepare for more advanced dental treatment. Currently, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that patients receive dental X-rays every 6 to 18 months depending on the patient's risk level.
Regular use of dental floss is important for plaque removal, maintaining healthy gums, and preventing periodontal disease. Flossing helps keep your smile healthy and beautiful by removing food particles and bacteria that build up between teeth.
There are a variety of ways to make your teeth whiter, whether it be a professional dental treatment or over the counter (OTC) treatment. To get the best results, talk with your dentist about the option that is right for you. He or she may recommend in-office teeth whitening or custom take-home trays to brighten your teeth by several shades. They also may recommend OTC treatment options based on your needs.
Tooth sensitivity is a common problem that affects at least 40 million adults in the United States. To prevent tooth sensitivity, brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and a nonabrasive toothpaste. Using a fluoridated mouthwash, flossing daily, and avoiding highly acidic foods may also help in minimizing sensitivity. If you are currently bothered by sensitive teeth, visit your dentist. He or she can identify the cause of your tooth pain and recommend specific treatments to provide relief.
While mouthwash is not a substitute for flossing or brushing, it can be a great addition to your oral health routine. Using a mouthwash that contains fluoride can help prevent tooth decay by killing bacteria that live on the surfaces of your teeth.
Fluoride is a mineral that is naturally present in many foods and water. Fluoride plays an important role in fighting tooth decay by making teeth more resistant to acid-producing bacteria. Over time, plaque and bacteria can contribute to the erosion of teeth enamel. By drinking fluoridated tap water, using toothpaste with fluoride, or rinsing with fluoridated mouthwash, you can protect your teeth against cavities.
Even if you do not have any symptoms, it is still important to schedule regular dental checkups to identify minor issues before they develop into larger problems.

Do you have more questions?

Our assistants are happy to help. Feel free to call us with any questions or concerns at (801)-785-8000.