Oral Health Toothbrushing Tips for the Holiday Season

What is the greatest gift you plan to give this holiday season? Beyond gifts that can be wrapped or cooked, it is important to remember how valuable the gift of your smile can be. Your smile can warm up rooms and hearts far greater than your average consumable gifts, so it is important to keep your smile at its best.... read more »

Oral Health 101

Taking care of your teeth are a vital part of your overall health. Too often it is overlooked and disregarded until serious damage or tooth loss occurs. That is why here in American Fork, Utah, we take your oral care very seriously. Here at American Fork Family Dentist we take pride in giving you the best dental care possible and... read more »

3 Ways to Prevent Cavities

No one wants cavities. They hurt, can be costly to fill, and pose a serious threat to your overall oral health. However, preventing them is much easier than treating them. All it takes is a few simple steps each morning and night, and a commitment to a very brief oral health regimen. Our team here at American Fork Family Dentist... read more »

Smile Care at the Office

If you are interested in caring for your smile more than the typical “brush two times a day and floss once a day” regimen, our American Fork Family Dentist team is here to help you! For a stronger and healthier smile, we recommend cleaning your teeth during the day while you are at work. To make that possible and to... read more »

Words of Advice From Your Dentist

As a patient, you probably have a lot of questions for your dentist. But have you ever wondered how many questions and/or comments your doctor has for you? Here are five things dentists around the country say they want to say to their patients as they are working on their mouths: You probably aren’t brushing enough - Most people brush... read more »

Why Do We Have Baby Teeth?

If your child is losing their baby teeth and starting to grown permanent ones, you may find yourself wondering why we have baby teeth in the first place if they’re just going to fall out. However, baby teeth are actually very important for oral health over a lifetime. Baby teeth, also known as primary teeth, are already developed when an... read more »