Travel to Utah for Cosmetic Dentistry
Why Travel for Your Cosmetic Care?
You may ask yourself why anyone would consider traveling in order to visit the dentist. However, Dr. Paul Peterson offers more than just general dentistry including; cosmetic dentistry, laser dentistry, dental implants, reconstructive dentistry, sedation dentistry, and sleep dentistry. A smile is one of the first things people notice, and when you are choosing where to have your smile taken care of, you want the very best dental care: especially when your needs reach beyond general care. Not only is Dr. Peterson able to provide a variety of specialty treatments, but he also participates in continuing education courses yearly to provide the most exceptional care available to his patients. Many patients travel from Wyoming, Duchesne, and Vernal to Park City for dental care.
Medical Travel Case
From Dental Office to Scenic Vacation
Whether you are in need of your regular cleanings or require more specialized care when you choose Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry, you will find yourself surrounded by colorful mountains, a myriad of outdoor activities, and the 2002 Olympic Winter Games venues in Park City, Utah. Located about 45-minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City is easy to access for domestic or international travelers and has an abundance of 5-star resorts, restaurants for every taste, and fun activities. If you are going to travel to scenic Park City, there is no reason not to enjoy yourself and recover in the beautiful Utah mountains.
Where to Stay in Park City
Where to Play
No matter what time of the year, there are an array of activities to suit each’s needs. From skiing and snowboarding on world-class slopes in the winter, golfing and boating on Jordanelle Lake during the summer, zip-line rides and adventure courses for adrenaline seekers, to theaters and shopping at Tanger Outlets for those with families.
If you do choose to venture into the valley, you can stop by Temple Square, visit the Museum of Fine Arts or the Natural History Museum, attend a local Jazz basketball game or Real Salt Lake soccer game.
Where to Eat
Local offerings are diverse, and there is something to satisfy every taste bud.
Riverhorse on Main
Yuki Yama Sushi
501 on Main
Ghidotti’s Italian Cafe
Ruth Chris Steak HouseThe Bridge Cafe and Grill