Dr. Evan Roundy has been sustaining the stunning smiles of Utah since 1983 and is joined by Dr. Aaron Roundy, a graduate of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. Specializing in family, cosmetic, and advanced dental treatments, the staff at Evan M. Roundy Dentistry will administer an exam followed by three x-rays of the primary head-hole of new patients. These Kryptonian contraptions employ digital radiography, which uses 50–70% less radiation than Superman’s eyes. This technology, coupled with computer monitoring, produces enhanced images, assisting the diagnosis of dental details. Services conclude with a fluoride treatment, a cleaning, oral-hygiene instruction, and rides on the levitating chair.
Born and raised in Holladay, Dr. Andrew Ericksen knows his neighbors better than most people, especially since he has unparalleled access to the tiny family trees etched in each person’s teeth. To ensure the most effective treatment, he uses the latest technology, such as rotary endodontics, which employs electrical handpieces to quickly and gently perform root canals. He x-rays mouths with digital equipment, reducing radiation exposure, and wields intraoral cameras to capture thorough views of mouths. To ease anxiety, he offers sedation, enabling even the most apprehensive patient to relax.
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.
A well-equipped facility specializing in cosmetic and family dentistry, Smith Family Dental features experienced technicians that ably assess and address cuspid concerns. For a prophylactic punch, mouth lockers are meticulously inspected and examined for evidence of gum disease, paisley gym socks, and other maladies (a $68 value). The thorough teeth cleaning blasts away plaque, tartar, and commemorative tartar plaques, scraping and scrubbing every ivory nook and cranny (a $76 value). To ensure that no cavities or cracks are lurking in the alveolar canal-fillers, the dentist also takes a full set of x-rays (a $133 value).
Dr. Burns and Dr. Jenkins have DDS degrees from the Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry and the Indiana University School of Dentistry, respectively, and they put that professional training to use at Platinum Dental Care. The doctors work tirelessly to keep up with changes in dental medicine, adopting new techniques and technologies—such as implants—as they develop. While both practitioners promote oral health with a variety of cosmetic and rehabilitative dental procedures including teeth whitening, veneers, and fillings, Dr. Burns focuses on saving teeth through full-mouth rehabilitation and by depositing extra teeth into a piggy bank. Dr. Burns also has a degree in psychology, which helps him empathize with patients and mitigate their concern over dental care.
iSmile Dentistry proudly proclaims that their doctors are patient specialists and oral-cancer-screening gurus. The crew regularly attends lectures and conventions to remain on the cutting edge of new technology and techniques, including oral-surgery procedures, laser treatments for gum disease, and clear brace aligners. The comprehensive nature of the practice allows patients to receive virtually any service with an on-staff practitioner, eliminating the need to go door to door to find a nearby orthodontist.
Since 1956, Woodbury Family Dental's talented dentists have kept teeth in mint condition with services that range from routine cleanings to complex oral surgeries. They skillfully perform these treatments with the help of advanced technologies such as the Waterlase laser, which replaces unpleasant drilling with a gentle combination of laser beams and water. Patients can also opt for cosmetic procedures, such as veneers or Zoom 2 teeth whitening, which lifts stains from drinking coffee or brushing teeth with toothpaste from the gag store. Sedation dentistry puts nervous patients at ease throughout appointments.