Important COVID-19 Update

As the status of COVID-19 and corresponding recommendations change frequently, we are doing our best to keep up and adjust our policies as quickly as possible.

Your health and the health of our staff are our top priority, and that is why we are STILL OPEN, but have implemented some new procedures to limit the number of patients coming in at any given time, screen everybody coming into the office, increase sterilization above recommended standards, and comply with the most recent recommendations from the ADA and CDC.

Our office follows strict cleaning and sterilization protocols for the protection of our patients. In addition to the continued use of hospital grade sterilization equipment in our office, we clean all contact surfaces between each appointment. We use disinfectants across the office, including frequent sanitation of the front office and patient waiting area. Our employees maintain personal hygiene as well as wearing surgical masks and washing their hands and changing their gloves between each patient.

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10 incredible things you won't believe about human teeth

They are with you for all of your life, make chewing possible, and make your smile bearable, but how often do we consider what amazing…

Posted by Alicia Green on Jun 01, 2020

What can happen when you neglect your teeth

Before you brush off the importance of regular dental checkups, you might want to understand the negative impact of ignoring your oral hygiene.

Posted by Alicia Green on Dec 09, 2019

6 Serious Diseases Linked to Poor Dental Hygiene

Your mouth contains loads of bacteria, most of which are harmless. However, since your mouth is the barrier to entry for your digestive and respiratory…

Posted by Alicia Green on Sep 09, 2019

Common Signs of Gum Disease and How to Treat it

Learn the causes and symptoms of gum disease and how you can treat it. 

Posted by Alicia Green on Jul 29, 2019

8 Reasons Regular Dental Cleanings are Truly Important

If you can’t remember when you last visited the dentist for an exam and cleaning, don't delay any longer. Your long-term health may depend on…

Posted by Alicia Green on Mar 25, 2019

Are Tonsil Stones Causing Your Bad Breath?


Have you started to notice small, hard, white, stone like matter coming from the back of your throat? Has your breath started to smell…

Posted by Alicia Green on Feb 11, 2019

Why You Should See Your Dentist During Pregnancy

Don't believe what you've heard! Loosing a tooth during your pregnancy is not normal! See why else you should continue seeing your dentist during your pregnancy. 

Posted by Alicia Green on Nov 26, 2018

8 Common Causes of Bad Breath

It is something we all worry about. Did I brush my teeth this morning? Is that sandwich I had for lunch going to linger during my…

Posted by Alicia Green on Sep 17, 2018

5 Common Dental Tools - What Are They?

We explain the five most common dental tools used during your oral hygiene appointment. 

Posted by Alicia Green on Sep 04, 2018

What Your Tongue is Trying to Tell You About Your Health

Is your tongue trying to tell you something? What are those white patches, why are you getting canker sores, does your tongue feel like fur?…

Posted by Alicia Green on Aug 13, 2018

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The dentists at Stubbs Dental are committed to providing comprehensive dental care for your entire family. We are also proud to be affiliated with the:

  • American Dental Association
  • Academy of LDS Dentists
  • Utah Dental Association

For more information about our services, contact us online or call (801) 305-4051 today.

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