Flossing For Health And Happiness

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Most people know that flossing is an important part of oral health. As we like to remind our patients at The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City, its value has been proven time and time again. Flossing is your chance to remove the food debris that a toothbrush can’t reach. Which Kind Is Best?…

How Long Should You Brush?

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At The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City we recommend brushing your teeth for at least two minutes, every time you brush. Most people think they brush that long but would be surprised if they actually set a timer. Many of us only brush for about a minute, if that. Essential Dental Health Brushing…

Bad Breath Is No Fun

Bad Breath Is No Fun For Salt Lake City Residents

This post from the The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City takes on an unpleasant topic: bad breath. Imagine you are starting a new job and are going to meet with your new boss for the first time. Confidence is key to your success. As you reach out to shake the extended hand your…

3 Tips To Make Brushing Count

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At The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City we are big advocates of good dental health, and really promote regular brushing and flossing. Since we’re a dental practice that should come as no surprise! Many of our patients bring questions with them to their checkups, like which toothpaste to use or proper tools and…

Chipped Tooth? No Need To Panic

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Your teeth are among the strongest parts of your body, but they are not invincible. Far from it! A fall, a collision, or any number of other accidents can result in a chipped or broken tooth. If it happens to you or a loved one, don’t panic: contact The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake…

Advanced Dental Technology At The Sugar House Dentist

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This post from The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City describes how behind-the-scenes dental technology helps us serve our patients. CAD/CAM CAD (computer-aided design) and CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) are used for many restorative services. These include same-day inlays/onlays and crowns. Dentists who offer dental implants can use CAD/CAM technology in every phase of the…