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.
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.
Oral Design Dental really lives up to the design part of its name; it's one of the few dental offices that allow patients, under the guidance of a dentist, to design their own smile. A computer simulation helps patients select their smile's shape and size, showing them what it would look like with different shades and translucency or whether making every other tooth circular would be aesthetically pleasing. It's one of the services that has drawn the attention of the Utah Jazz basketball team, several of whose players have turned to Oral Design Dental for their smile makeovers.
An onsite dental lab that uses both the American and European schools of porcelain application means that smiles are completely customized and teeth look very natural. The onsite lab also ensures that patients can have complete mouth restorations in just one day.
Dr. Randall and his staff at Quarry Bend Dental help teeth and gums to health. Before the roughly 80-minute dental exam, Dr. Randall snaps a series of 18 bitewing x-rays and scans soft tissues and gums for potentially cancerous lesions; he'll also gladly consult with any patients interested in cosmetic improvements or sharper tusks. A basic cleaning scours teeth's nooks and crannies, banishing loitering debris from its molar lodgings. At the end of the treatment, the staff hands patients a warm towel to daub their mouths or tie on as a cape to mark a transformation into the Oral Health Avenger.
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.