We appreciate our patients! Here is our latest Five-Star Review from Kip E.. We love to recognize those patients that take the time to fill out a review and let us know how we are doing. Here is what Kip E. had to say: “Outstanding service, kind people and excellent dentistry work. Highly recommend” Thank…

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We appreciate our customers! Here is our latest five-star review from Afton Z. We wanted to share this review with you in its entirety: Dr. Marshall is awesome. I was quoted 3k more from another dentist before finding dr. Marshall to do the exact same job. He really is the very best dentist I’ve ever…

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LET’S MAKE IT THREE YEARS IN A ROW!!!   Springville Dentistry is pleased to announce that we’ve been voted one of the Best Dentists in Utah Valley by Utah Valley Magazine in their May/June edition. See the list of Utah Valley best doctors.   See magazine page 48: https://indd.adobe.com/view/a7e94123-515f-49bb-933b-4230d218c657

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From ice cream and popsicles to frozen yogurt and milkshakes, cold treats sure are a sweet way to cool down during the summer months. Unless you have tooth sensitivity, that is. If that’s the case, a brain freeze is probably the least of your worries when it comes to icy treats. According to a recent…

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In case you didn’t notice, it’s officially cold and flu season. It’s also a time when many people can become ill with pneumonia. Vaccines and plenty of Vitamin C are obviously great ways to avoid getting sick, but did you know you may actually prevent pneumonia with regular dental checkups? That’s what research seems to…

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When it comes to mouthwash, many people think it only gets rid of bad breath. In reality, many mouthwashes do much more than that, such as helping protect against gum disease. But, how do you know if a particular mouthwash is right for you? For starters, make sure it has a seal of approval from…

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If your canines remind people of Count Dracula, that can be a good thing… during Halloween, anyway. Other times? Not so much. Known as hypererupted or impacted canines, this fairly rare condition is when the upper side teeth either stick out too far or sit higher than your other teeth. It can be pretty embarrassing,…

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The vast majority of people today have at least one of their wisdom teeth removed. This is usually because wisdom teeth are impacted — trapped in your jaw or under your gums — or there is tooth decay, gum disease or a threat to neighboring teeth. Whatever the reason, it’s important to think about what…

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