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    4 Signs You Need to Visit the Dentist

    Your teeth are one of the first things people notice about you, so it’s important to take care of them. That said, looks are not the only reason that you should care about your teeth, as many health concerns can stem from a lack of proper teeth and gum care. Regular visits to the dentist can help to ensure that your teeth are healthy and looking their best.  But how do …Read More

  2. Why Beaver Brooke is Different

    For many people, visiting the dentist can be a daunting experience. That's why, when it comes to finding a new dental office, it's important to find one that you can feel comfortable with and that will put your needs first. Whether it's for a basic cleaning or for something more serious like wisdom teeth extractions, having the right dentist can make all the difference.  …Read More

  3. What Your Teeth & Gums Say About Your Health

    The best possible indicator of your dental health is to get an in-depth examination from a professional Beaver Brooke Dental care hygenist, so you can better understand the state of your teeth and gums. However, if you start to notice or are diagnosed with the early signs of a few different conditions, your everyday habits and other health conditions could be linked. Beave…Read More

  4. Why Choose Beaver Brooke Dental?

    Avail Best Yet Affordable Dental Care Choose Our Local Dental Team Today! Are you looking for a reliable local dentist not just for yourself but for your whole family? We've Got the right recommendation for you!  At Beaver Brooke dental, our team of experienced dental experts keep your smile bright and shiny. From implants to whitening, our family-owned and operated pract…Read More

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    6 Reasons To Go To The Dentist Every 6 Months

    It can be difficult to find time to visit your family dentist every six months, but your dentist plays a big part in your overall health! If you need a little more convincing to schedule your six-month appointment with BeaverBrooke Dental in Sandy, continue reading.  Early Diagnosis of Decay It’s important to go to the dentist regularly because we can catch issues early…Read More

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    5 Reasons To Get Professional Teeth Whitening

    We’ve all seen the commercials for teeth whitening products and over-the-counter products promising you a sparkling smile. Have you ever bought a teeth whitening product and been disappointed with the results? It’s a story we hear all the time at our family dentist, but you should know that the best, and safest, way to whiten your teeth is to seek treatment from a prof…Read More

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    5 Tips For A Healthier Smile

    While some people think it’s ok to skip a trip to the family dentist, oral health care is important! The number one thing you can do to have a healthy smile is to schedule an appointment with a dentist, like BeaverBrooke Dental in Sandy, every six months. If you’re wondering what you can do on your own, continue reading to learn a few dental tips! Brush Your Teeth You…Read More

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    Pros And Cons of Dental Veneers

    Here at BeaverBrooke Dental in Sandy, one of the specialty dental services we provide is dental veneers. Your smile is one of the first things people many people will notice about you — why not take some minor dental treatment to make it really shine? Dental veneers help enhance your smile, and they’re also a great way to address a variety of physical and aesthetic iss…Read More

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    Root Canal FAQs

    Here at BeaverBrooke Dental in Sandy, we know that for many people going to the dentist is an anxiety-inducing process, especially if you’re going for major dental work, like a root canal. That’s why we want to provide you with as much information upfront about the process and answer any questions you may have. Hopefully having a clear idea of what’s going to happen …Read More

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    Common Dental Problems

    Even if you take great care of your teeth (and have great teeth genetics), you’re likely to have at least one dental problem during your life. As with all health issues, it’s important to catch dental problems early, before they become bigger and more complicated. And, even better, take preventative measures to stop them from happening in the first place! In today’s …Read More