With hundreds of locations across the country, Right Dental Group represents a collection of oral-health-care professionals who deliver a variety of quality dental services. The collective places an emphasis on relationship building—meaning patients can confess their most egregious toffee-apple trespasses while receiving a teeth scrubbing delivered with precision and understanding. Each of the dentists is prescreened for a consistent record of excellence and the ability to efficiently locate a cavity in a toothstack.
Alpenglow Dental's team of five practitioners—all Utah natives—track down the latest research and employ modern technology to maintain oral health at four local practices. Their spectrum of services encompasses many mouth-based needs, whether patients seek a regular cleaning or need veneers to conceal misaligned teeth. ClearCorrect invisible braces use removable aligners instead of metal wires for straighter smiles and more intimidating growls. The dentists are also able to lift stains from age, coffee consumption, and smoking with whitening treatments.
Dr. Scott Hamblin and the team at Hamblin Dental spruce up smiles with aesthetic procedures and implants. They fit porcelain veneers over chipped, crooked, or vandalized teeth and whiten smiles with hydrogen peroxide gels coupled with the power of light. Their dental implants offer a more permanent solution to missing teeth than dentures or other temporary systems. To ensure clients feel relaxed and comfortable, they offer sedation dentistry services.
Husband-wife team Dr. Stan Presley and Dr. Jaimee Morgan have a combined 53 years of experience tending to patients? teeth. Their expertise ranges from routine checkups to custom veneers and dental implants. Both have authored articles on cosmetic dentistry, and Dr. Morgan travels the world while giving lectures on such topics as tooth whitening and orthodontics.
Smith Family Dental's Drs. Steven and Morgan Smith have designed their office to keep patients as comfortable as possible?both during and after appointments. Once in the chair, patients can don pairs of Bose surround-sound headphones and watch movies or shows playing on the ceiling-mounted TVs. Nitrous oxide soothes patients before treatments, especially when it's coupled with one of the office's blankets, pillows. After root canals or fillings, the team can use OraVerse reverse anesthetic, which helps restore feeling to the lips and gums.