Platinum Dental Plan

Have you ever put off dental work because you don’t have dental insurance? Or simply decided not to get the work done? The platinum dental plan offered by Dr. Nate Lewis can really lighten the load of dental bills when you don’t have dental insurance. Starting as low as $25/month with a 12-month commitment, this … Continued

What are Veneers?

According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), a veneer is a “thin piece of porcelain used to re-create the natural look of teeth, while also providing strength and resilience comparable to natural tooth enamel.” Veneers are custom-designed to the contour of the front of one’s teeth to quickly and safely improve the aesthetics … Continued

What Sets Dr. Nate Lewis Apart

With so many dentists in the Salt Lake Valley, sometimes it’s difficult to choose the right one for your dental needs. But choosing Dr. Nate Lewis is easy because of three simple things: (1) He provides service beyond expectation, (2) value, and (3) the relaxing and enjoyable dental experience his practice provides. Above all, Dr. … Continued

5 Tips for Getting Your Children to Stay Calm at the Dentist

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders estimates that nearly 10 percent of people in the US suffer from dental phobia, otherwise known as fear or anxiety at the dentist’s office. Many people cite a traumatic or painful experience at the dentist’s office in childhood as the reason for their apprehension and disquiet over routine dental … Continued

Choosing the Right Toothpaste for Your Teeth

When it comes to toothpaste options, the number of choices is astounding. What if you have sensitive teeth but also want a whitening toothpaste? Or perhaps you’re looking for a tartar control option? You may be perplexed, but the most important item to consider during this dilemma, however, is your own unique oral hygiene needs. … Continued

Fluoride and Your Teeth

Fluoride, a mineral that occurs naturally in many foods and water, is lost every day from a tooth’s enamel through demineralization. And, in similar fashion, minerals like fluoride are added through a process known as remineralization from the foods and water consumed. If the amount of fluoride that is lost from the tooth’s enamel is … Continued