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Being covered by two dental insurance plans means that you are fortunate enough to have what is known as dual coverage. This does not mean that your coverage is doubled; it simply means that your dentist insurance providers will work together to coordinate your benefits You will likely receive lower out-of-pocket expenses pertaining to your dental care – a huge plus. When you find the right dentist...

We love new patients and want to accommodate new patients who may not have insurance. Now get a full exam and x-rays for only $99. Call Kerri or Angela at 801-272-8051 if you have questions or want to schedule an appointment. We now also offer convenient appointment times on Fridays and Saturdays. ...

Most people will at some time in their life lose one or more of their permanent teeth. There are many reasons this can happen. Teeth are lost to disease, to accidents and to the aging process. Some people are okay with gaps in their teeth, others want to do something about it. At one time there were a limited amount of solutions for a person to...

Have you thought about whitening your teeth for years but just never did it for some reason? Well, if you're still on the fence we hope that learning a little more about it might be enough to persuade you to go ahead and do it! We promise that having beautiful white teeth is all it's cracked up to be. There are many things that go into...

The idea of having your wisdom teeth removed is something that makes people grimace in pain. Many people often share the old horror stories of their experience having their wisdom teeth removed and openly sharing them with younger generations. It is always hard to listen to your grandparent or a parent talk about the excruciating pain that they were in after the procedure and how...

Once a person has all of the baby teeth fall out and the adult teeth grow in, the expectation is that their will last the lifetime of the individual. That may be the ideal goal, but it is rarely a reality. It is estimated that almost everyone will have lost at least one if not more of their teeth by the time they are 50....

A Dental Crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” that is used to restore a natural tooth that has lost a lot of it’s structure, size or strength due to a number of factors. A dental patient may need a crown due to decay that is too extensive for a filling. Or they may need a crown due to a broken or chipped tooth. Crowns can also...

How do you know when you need to take your young children to see the dentist? How young is too young? When is a good age to sit them in the dentist's chair for their first checkup? At Dr. Greaves DMD we advise bringing them in for a "Happy Visit" as soon as they have a few teeth. We believe in the importance of every...

Dentists are always coming up with new ways to improve dental services. Dr. Greaves too is constantly finding new ways to take the pain out of dental work and to make it more comfortable for anyone that undergoes a dental procedure. He works hard to make sure his patients have the dental health they deserve and is becoming better and better at giving people the...

Wondering if we accept your dental insurance? We gladly accept the following Dental Insurance plans: Access Aetna Ameriplan Assurant Blue Cross/Blue Shield CHIP for kids Cigna Delta Dental Dental Plans of America Dental Select (Platinum, Gold, and Signature Plan) Dental Wellness Dentemax DMBA Eclipse Educators Advantage Plan Educators Mutual Elite Plus (TDA) GEHA/Connection Guardian Humana Metlife Mutual of Omaha PEHP Principle Select Health Dental Signature Dental Total Dental Administration United Concordia United Health Care...