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Can You Cure Gum Disease?

Posted by on September 15, 2015 in Featured | Comments Off on Can You Cure Gum Disease?

Did you know that around half of all American adults over the age of 30 suffer from periodontal (gum) disease? A study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows an alarmingly high percentage of mild, serious, or severe gum disease in Americans. It may be surprising to learn that so many people suffer from gum disease. How can so many people be affected by it and not be doing anything to treat it? Unfortunately, most people don’t know that they are suffering from this oral health...

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When It’s Good to Lose A Tooth

Posted by on August 27, 2015 in Featured | Comments Off on When It’s Good to Lose A Tooth

The only good time to lose a tooth is when you’re young and your adult teeth are coming in, right? That may seem like the correct answer, but you might be surprised to learn that there are other instances when it is good to lose your teeth. Tooth extraction may sound scary, but it is more often beneficial for your overall oral health than not. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons for losing...

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What is Halatosis?

Posted by on August 25, 2015 in Featured | Comments Off on What is Halatosis?

Halitosis is a fancy word for bad breath.  Everyone has experienced bad breath from time to time.  It’s perfectly normal.  In order to make sure that you have your bad breath under control, it’s important to brush, and floss your teeth twice a day.  Make sure not to miss brushing your tongue a couple times up and down.  Bad breath is caused when bacteria settles in your mouth.  People generally experience worse breath in the morning because they don’t produce as much saliva to wash away bacteria.  read...

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Dental Implants 101: Everything You Need to Know

Posted by on July 21, 2015 in Featured | Comments Off on Dental Implants 101: Everything You Need to Know

It wasn’t that long ago when many people just assumed that dentures were going to be a part of their life. Whether the teeth were lost through accident, trauma, or decay, the most common solution was a dental appliance that may or may not have fit very well and required special care and interfered with eating your favorite foods. Dental implants have changed that perception, and now this is the most common way to replace one or more teeth that have been lost. The results we get from implants provide the functionality you need and the appearance you want. More specifically, though, the advantages of dental implants include: read...

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It Might be More Than the Garlic

Posted by on May 12, 2015 in Featured | Comments Off on It Might be More Than the Garlic

Have you noticed people shying away from you as you speak? Do people have a strange tendency to offer you gum or mints on a regular basis, no matter how many times you tell them you dislike chewing gum and think the taste of peppermint was meant as a punishment? These subtle (and not-so-subtle) hints may be your first warning signs that you may be imposing some bad breath on the conversation. While this may be a forgivable offense after recently partaking of a particularly spicy or garlicky meal, if you start to notice a pattern, then the problem may be a little more serious than you think. read...

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Why We Love Cosmetic Dentistry (and You Should Too)

Posted by on April 14, 2015 in Featured | Comments Off on Why We Love Cosmetic Dentistry (and You Should Too)

Personal aesthetics begin with a simple but memorable and unique foundation: an attractive smile. But when teeth are stained, chipped or otherwise flawed, a lot of people don’t feel confident with their smile. You can repair those slight flaws and start smiling confidently again. Next thing you know, you’ll regain your zest for life and start facing your personal goals. Image Source Basics of Cosmetic Dentistry Cosmetic dentistry refers to the type of procedures that improve the physical appearance of the teeth. Some of the most common treatments include: read...

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What Does a Full Mouth Rehab Include?

Posted by on March 20, 2015 in Featured | Comments Off on What Does a Full Mouth Rehab Include?

Are you concerned about the overall health of your mouth? Has your dental health declined? It’s possible that your dental health is in serious need of an overhaul. This is where full mouth rehabilitation comes in. If your overall oral health is causing you trouble, a full mouth rehabilitation might be what is needed to restore your smile. This post will discuss what a full mouth rehabilitation is, what it includes, and how to know if you need to have this procedure done.   Image source What is Full Mouth Rehab? Full mouth rehabilitation is a dental procedure that is designed to reconstruct one’s mouth. Using a mixture of different dental treatments, the dentist can essentially restore one’s oral health. read...

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Our Guarantee

Posted by on September 4, 2008 in Featured, Our Guarantee | 0 comments

Our Guarantee

We would be honored to assist you in obtaining optimal dental health. Upon the completion of your comprehensive exam, if you feel that our office is not the Dental Practice you desire, there will be no charge for the exam. We appreciate your time and consideration. We look forward to getting to know you and your family. We promise that we will take good care of you. Dr. Jason R. Lewis &...

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Dr. Jason Lewis, Your Smile Artist

Posted by on August 5, 2008 in Featured | 0 comments

Dr. Jason Lewis, Your Smile Artist

Dr. Lewis grew up in the Cottonwood area of Salt Lake City. He graduated from Creighton Dental School Cum Laude in 1999. Unlike most dental graduates who work as an associate in several practices learning general dentist, Dr. Lewis began with an ambitious goal to build a practice from the ground up, learning from the best cosmetic and aesthetic dentists in the country. Dr. Lewis attended the world renowned, Las Vegas Institute of Advanced Dental Studies where he received an unparalleled level of training. He has also studied at the Northeastern Center for Neuromuscular Studies. read...

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