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Unveiling the Allure: Exploring Premium Aesthetics in Park City, UT

Nestled amidst the mountains and picturesque surroundings, Park City offers more than just beautiful views. It’s becoming a hub for those with a taste for the finer things, and that includes top-notch oral health care. The allure of premium aesthetics in Park City at Advanced Dentistry and Aesthetics is taking center stage, making dental visits a luxurious experience. In the pursuit of perfection, patients demand more than just routine dental care. They seek an experience that combines cutting-edge technology, personalized attention, and an ambiance that reflects exclusivity. Dr. Paul Peterson, renowned for his commitment to excellence, embodies the essence of premium aesthetics in dentistry. The

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How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Enhance Your Life

A beautiful smile can light up a room, and it is no secret that it can also boost one’s self-esteem. However, not everyone has the perfect smile of their dreams. That’s where cosmetic dentistry comes into play. Cosmetic dentistry has been gaining more and more popularity over recent years as it is an excellent form of dental care that can improve your smile. At Advanced Dentistry and Aesthetics, we proudly offer cosmetic dentistry in Park City, UT.  Dr. Paul Peterson, has won several awards for his exceptional care in helping patients improve their smiles with cosmetic dentistry. He strives to have a strong relationship with

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Have you ever talked to someone with a sore jaw, or had one yourself? Maybe you’ve been told things like “it must be TMJ” or “I have TMJ.” The truth is, we all have TMJ, or as it is more properly identified, a TMJ. You see, TMJ is short for temporomandibular joint, the joint which hinges on your jaw bone to your skull. Without this joint, we could not open and close our mouths to speak, eat, or breathe. Unfortunately, sometimes our TMJ does flare up. This is known as temporomandibular joint dysfunction or TMD. It can also be referred to as TMJD.  Temporomandibular joint

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea May Increase Alzheimer’s Risk

In life, we often take many risks without even realizing it. Every time you take a drive, puff a cigarette, or eat a high-sugar diet, you are potentially harming your health. Even letting excessive stress or anxiety can be bad for you. Naturally, you want to mitigate these risks. Using a seatbelt, quitting smoking, and reducing your sugar intake are all great ways to help address the dangers of these activities. But did you know that there are other dangers that could be lurking in your body? We’re talking specifically about obstructive sleep apnea, an illness which affects an estimated 18 million Americans. Obstructive sleep

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The Solution To A Gummy Smile

How do you feel when you smile? Are you proud of your glistening white teeth, straight teeth? Do people compliment your megawatt grin? Or are you insecure about revealing your teeth because your gums are too visible, making your teeth look shorter or uneven, even if they’re not? It’s called a “gummy smile”, and it can wreak havoc on your self esteem- and on your teeth too. Having a gummy smile may seem like a purely cosmetic problem, however it can often be dangerous to your gums, by increasing your risk of gum disease and even bad breath. It can also be detrimental to your

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All About Dental Insurance

Introduction Dental insurance is very different than medical insurance. It is not really insurance at all, since it rarely covers all or even most of dental costs. In fact very often the most common and beneficial dental treatments are not covered at all. It is really best viewed as a “benefit”. Your dental insurance will provide some benefit to help with your dental costs. Dental Insurance is a highly complex area that creates confusion for many dental patients. The complexities of dental insurance and the lack of sufficient information provided by some insurance companies make it almost impossible for some patients to properly understand their

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