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Jenson Family Dental
Your Brigham City Dentist
Our Brigham City Dental Office provides progressive family dental care, specializing in preventative dentistry, implants, braces, quality restorations and cosmetic dentistry. Our commitment to providing patients with the best dental care possible has helped up establish a solid reputation with our patients. We are committed to providing patients with the very best dental care possible.
Meet Dr. Jenson
Dr Jenson grew up right here in Brigham City Utah not more than a couple of miles from his office. He attended Box Elder High School where he lettered in football, basketball, tennis and was a student body officer. Upon returning from a mission for his church in Barcelona Spain he attended and graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Liberal Arts and Science and a dual minor in Bio-Chemistry and Spanish.Read More
Services We Offer
When you aren’t quite confident in the appearance of your smile, it is extremely likely that you won’t smile as frequently as you otherwise would. With our advanced cosmetic dentistry services, the smile you’ve always dreamed of is within your reach. Cosmetic dentistry can go a long way toward ensuring that you are thrilled with the appearance of your smile, which will just provide you with even more reasons to smile! Concerned with how your smile looks? Visit us at Jenson Dental to have your problems resolved and your teeth restored to a pristine, beautiful appearance!
Dental veneers are a tool that can be implemented to completely change the appearance of your teeth. Despite your teeth being otherwise healthy, there are certain factors that you simply don’t have any control over. Genetics play a large part in the size and shape of our teeth, which is where dental veneers can be extraordinarily beneficial. When you obtain dental veneers, you can completely customize your smile based on your own requirements. You can choose the shade of white, the size, and the shape of the veneer when you have them adhered to the surface of your teeth. This can go a long way toward providing you with the smile you’ve always wanted.
There are many reasons that teeth become more yellow or less bright over time. For one thing, enamel may wear away, exposing a more yellow dentin inside. Smoking and drinking coffee or wine can stain the surface of the teeth. Whatever the reason, stained or dull teeth can cause you to feel self-conscious. With professional teeth whitening services, you can ensure that your teeth are able to maintain a beautiful, bright appearance. These services can brighten your teeth by several shades in a matter of hours, which is far more effective than DIY methods. These services also help to protect your gums and keep your teeth safe throughout the whitening process.
Want a straighter smile, but don’t want to go through the process of braces? Invisalign may be the perfect answer for your needs! The Invisalign process involves clear aligners that are worn in order to gently guide the teeth into alignment. There are many benefits to using Invisalign to straighten your smile. The teeth are easier to clean, because the aligners are removable! In addition, you tend to spend less time in the office when you have Invisalign aligners rather than braces. The nearly invisible aligners allow you to obtain a straight, beautiful smile, without the hardships that are associated with braces.
Endodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals primarily with issues or diseases located inside the teeth. When infection has progressed to this point, endodontic treatment is likely necessary to preserve the tooth and protect the remaining teeth in the mouth. We are dedicated to providing you with the tools that you need to keep your teeth in good condition, which is why we offer superior endodontic services.
Dental emergencies can be frustrating, painful, and even scary. These emergencies can include everything from a lost tooth to an abscessed tooth. When you experience a dental emergency, it is incredibly important to visit a dentist immediately. A hospital is unlikely to have the tools and expertise required to resolve issues associated with a dental emergency, which is why we offer dental emergency services to our patients. Contact our office immediately if you think you may be experiencing a dental emergency.
Crowns and Bridges
Crowns and bridges can serve many different functions to protect the health of the teeth. Crowns are often used to cover exposed portions of the tooth following root canal procedures, in order to prevent any decay from escalating. Bridges are often used to replace one or multiple missing teeth. These bridges often are adhered to the surrounding teeth to provide the most natural appearance possible. No smile is too far gone to be saved, so contact our office to obtain the treatment that you need to restore the health and appearance of your smile.
When you lose a permanent tooth, there are many issues that can arise. Tooth loss can lead to jawbone deterioration, as the tooth is no longer placing pressure on the bone. The gap left by a missing tooth can cause the remaining teeth to shift. This can both undo years of orthodontic treatment, as well as make the teeth more vulnerable to decay and infection. Dental implants are a great option for replacing missing teeth. These involve posts that are implanted directly into the jawbone. These posts are then topped with dental crowns that provide an extremely natural appearance.
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3 Things To Know About Dental Bonding
Your smile is the secret weapon of your face when it comes to greeting people and getting to know them. We would hope that you would use that weapon for good and as the last year or so has shown with people wearing masks, it is really nice when you can see someone smile at you. A smile can mean a lot to someone when they are feeling lonely or can b...Read More
How To Spot A Tooth Infection
Tooth infections can be really painful and can cause your day to go from going well to not going well at all in the matter of hours. Luckily, it is not difficult to spot a tooth infection. Also called an abscessed tooth, a tooth infection happens when a cavity causes a hole in your tooth that extends to the center of the tooth, or the tooth pulp, a...Read More
Causes of Tooth Sensitivity
Tooth sensitivity is never a comfortable experience and it can significantly impact your quality of life. It occurs when the tooth has worn down and the nerves are exposed. Enamel is a protective layer over the dentin of the tooth. When it wears away, the dentin is exposed which can cause your teeth to become sensitive to hot or cold temperatures. ...Read More
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