163 N. 400 W. Suite A1 Orem, UT 84057DOUBLETAKE DENTAL

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Our Purpose

Doubletake Dental is passionate about empowering patients to make informed decisions on their dental and oral health with thorough patient education and creative treatment options made for each individual. With Integrity, Awareness, Compassion, and an eye for Aesthetics, we aim is to put a healthy and beautiful smile within reach by making yours and your family’s dental needs affordable with financing options for everyone. We offer convenient scheduling and tailored dental financing.

Let Doubletake Dental give you a reason to smile with our state-of-the-art materials, technology, services, and mindset.

Our Services

  • Emergency Dental

    An emergency dentist is a type of dentist who can provide emergency dental care services. Emergency dentists treat a variety of dental problems, such as dental abscesses, cracked or fractured teeth, and dental trauma. Most people have some type of dental emergency at some point in their lives. If you’re experiencing severe discomfort, call our dental practice right away. We will be able to give you advice and schedule an appointment if necessary. EMERGENCY DENTAL SELF-CARE Dental emergencies can be scary, but it’s important to stay calm. Here are some tips on how to handle an emergency and when it’s best to head to your dentist’s office for care. * If you’ve lost a permanent tooth, stay calm. Pick it up by the crown (the chewing surface), and avoid touching the root of the tooth. Rinse the tooth with cool water, and attempt to place it back in its socket. If this isn’t possible, place the tooth in a container of milk. * If you’re experiencing a toothache or a broken tooth, use a cold compress to relieve pain. If you are experiencing swelling, apply a cold compress to the area for 15 to 20 minutes. * A broken jaw can be painful and can cause bleeding, so try your best to stay calm. You can apply a cold compress to the area and avoid moving your jaw. A broken jaw must be treated by a medical professional, so head to your nearest emergency room for treatment. HOW ARE EMERGENCY DENTAL ISSUES TREATED? Some dental emergencies can be taken care of at home, while others require emergency dental treatment. For immediate relief, you can rinse your mouth with warm water and apply a cold compress to reduce swelling. If any tooth has been knocked out, you should keep it moist at all times. If your tooth is hanging by a thread, do not pull it. Instead, use a piece of gauze or cloth to gently push the tooth back into its socket. You can also place the tooth in a cup of milk or salt water to preserve it until you arrive at the dentist’s office. COMMON DENTAL ISSUES THAT REQUIRE EMERGENCY CARE There are many dental issues that require emergency care. These include severe tooth pain, avulsed tooth, broken tooth, severe toothache, dental abscess, fractured jaw, broken jaw, bleeding from the gums, facial swelling, tooth knocked out, bitten lip or tongue, broken braces or wires, nocked-out tooth, broken dental prosthesis, etc. WHY CHOOSE AN EMERGENCY DENTIST? An emergency dentist is a dentist who is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including all holidays. They are equipped to handle any dental emergency, including dental injuries, toothaches, and broken or chipped teeth. You can call our dentist when you experience a dental emergency, or you can visit our office to be seen by an emergency dentist. Our goal is to relieve your pain as quickly as possible. To find out more about the dental services offered at Doubletake Dental, call (801) 225-1002 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 163 N 400 W St A1, Orem, UT, 84057.

  • Dental Crowns

    A dental crown is a cap that fits over a tooth. It is crafted out of ceramic, metal, or porcelain-fused-to-metal materials. A dental crown can help restore a damaged or broken tooth, strengthen aesthetically imperfect teeth, improve a tooth’s alignment, and enhance its appearance. WHEN ARE DENTAL CROWNS USED? Traditionally, dental crowns have been used to repair teeth that have undergone severe decay. In the event of severe decay, a filling is not usually enough, and a crown is needed to fully restore the damaged tooth. However, today, dental crowns are not only used to treat decaying teeth. They are also used to restore teeth that are chipped or cracked. Dental crowns are also used to treat teeth that have had root canal therapy. Teeth that have worn down over time can also be treated with dental crowns. HOW ARE DENTAL CROWNS MADE? Dental crowns can be made from metal alloys, porcelain, or porcelain fused to metal. The metal alloys typically contain silver, nickel, and chromium. The porcelain crowns can look like natural teeth but are more fragile than metal crowns. Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns are a mixture of the two materials, with the inner portion of the crown being metal and the outer portion being porcelain. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF DENTAL CROWNS? If you’re missing a tooth, a dental crown can restore the form and function of your smile. There are several benefits to getting a crown, including: * Strengthening a weak tooth * Restoring a cracked, broken, or worn down tooth * Covering a tooth with a large filling * Improving the appearance of teeth that show when you smile or talk HOW DO I CARE FOR MY DENTAL CROWN? Caring for your dental crown is just like caring for your natural teeth. You must brush twice a day and floss once a day. When you are flossing around a dental crown, it’s important to use a gentle flossing motion and to check that the floss isn’t wrapped around the crown. Floss threaders can also help with this process. In some cases, your dentist may recommend that you use mouthwash in addition to brushing and flossing. This is particularly true if the dental crown is placed to cover a tooth with tooth decay. A mouthwash can help fight bacteria and prevent decay. It can also help reduce plaque buildup. HOW LONG WILL A DENTAL CROWN LAST? Dental crowns are the longest-lasting dental restoration available. In most cases, a dental crown can last up to 15 to 30 years. However, this timeframe can vary depending on how well the dental crown is maintained. Dental crowns can last this long because they are made of durable, high-quality material. This material closely resembles the natural tooth enamel, which means that patients won’t be self-conscious about the appearance of their smile. In addition to their longevity, dental crowns are also stain-resistant. This means that patients don’t have to worry about their dental crown staining, which often happens with dental fillings. Patients who practice good oral hygiene and keep their dental crowns in good shape can expect their crowns to last for many years. To find out more about the dental services offered at Doubletake Dental, call (801) 225-1002 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 163 N 400 W St A1, Orem, UT, 84057.

  • Dental Implants

    A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that a dentist places into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or other reasons. While high-tech in nature, dental implants are actually more tooth-saving than traditional bridgework since implants do not rely on neighboring teeth for support. ARE IMPLANTS RIGHT FOR ME? Implants are a permanent solution that can improve your smile for a lifetime. If you are in good general health, have healthy gums, and need your teeth to be replaced, implants might be a good solution. Talk to your dentist about whether you are a good candidate for implants. BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS * Dental implants can last a lifetime with good care. * Even if you need to replace one or more teeth, the dental implant posts can be left intact, and a new tooth can be secured to the post. * Having a tooth or bridge secured to an implant post provides the most secure fit possible. * Since an implant post is inserted into the jaw bone, it prevents bone loss by holding the jawbone intact. * Since an implant post is secured in the gum tissue, it’s easier to keep clean than a dental bridge. IMPLANT PLACEMENT PROCESS The placement process of your implants will depend on your unique situation. In most cases, your dentist will first administer a local anesthetic to numb the area before placing the implants. Once the surrounding tissues are numb, your dentist will place the dental implant in the socket and cover it with a temporary restoration. The implant and jawbone will heal together over the next four to six months while the bone fuses to the implant in a process known as osseointegration. Once the healing process is complete, your dentist will uncover the implant, place an abutment, and attach your new restoration. Your dentist may also place stitches to help your gums heal properly. The dental implant procedure itself takes around 2 hours and can be completed in a single appointment. However, your dental implants may require a few months to heal prior to being restored. WHAT HAPPENS AFTER? After your implant is placed, you will then need to allow some time for recovery. This recovery time can be anywhere from 3 to 6 months. During your recovery, you may need to alter your diet to include softer foods. You may also be prescribed medications to help manage any pain that may come from the implant. To find out more about the dental services offered at Doubletake Dental, call (801) 225-1002 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 163 N 400 W St A1, Orem, UT, 84057.

  • Root Canals

    A root canal is a common dental procedure that removes decay from the inner chambers of the tooth. This procedure helps protect the structural integrity of the tooth, preventing it from breaking. Root canals also relieve pain and sensitivity that can be caused by cavities. In the past, root canals were known to be painful, but with modern techniques and sedation, the procedure is no more uncomfortable than a typical dental cleaning. HOW ARE ROOT CANALS PERFORMED? A root canal treatment is performed when a cavity or infection has caused damage to the nerve of the tooth. The treatment removes the damaged nerve and seals the tooth to protect it from further infection. An infection can lead to swelling, pain, and the spread of bacteria through the bloodstream to other areas of the body. We will make a small hole in the tooth to access the pulp chamber where the infected pulp can be found. Using thin dental files, we will gently extract the decayed tissues and clean the cavity using a jet of water. Once done, we will fill the hole and place a dental crown on it so that it doesn’t crack or break under pressure. IS A ROOT CANAL PAINFUL? Root canals have gotten a bad reputation, but they’re actually no more uncomfortable than having a cavity filled. The root canal procedure involves removing the dead tissue from the tooth, cleaning the root canals, and filling them, so your tooth functions normally. Root canals relieve pain rather than cause it, and the procedure is often completed in one visit. We will administer local anesthesia to numb the tooth, surrounding gums, and the underlying jawbone as well. WHAT HAPPENS AFTER A ROOT CANAL? After a root canal, your dentist will place a temporary filling in order to protect the tooth from damage. The tooth will be able to function normally, but sensitivity may be an issue. The tooth will be slightly sensitive, and it would be best if you eat soft foods and avoid hot or cold beverages. To find out more about the dental services offered at Doubletake Dental, call (801) 225-1002 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 163 N 400 W St A1, Orem, UT, 84057.

  • Dental Fillings

    A filling restores a decayed, broken, or cracked tooth. When a tooth is damaged, your dentist will try to repair it with a filling or a crown, thereby restoring it to its original size and shape. Fillings are used when a tooth is damaged by decay. The decayed area will be removed and filled with an amalgam or composite resin material. AMALGAM FILLINGS Amalgam fillings are silver in color and are quite noticeable. This type of filling is considered more durable than other materials and can withstand the chewing forces of your back teeth. Since they have quite a displeasing appearance, they are usually preferred for the rear teeth. For the incisors and canines that are visible when we smile, we usually suggest tooth-colored fillings. TOOTH-COLORED FILLINGS Tooth-colored fillings are either made from dental-grade ceramic or composite resin and are one of the most preferred types of dental filling. They offer excellent aesthetics and durability and can be completed in a very short time span. Once placed, the filling will perfectly resemble the appearance of the enamel and render excellent sealing properties. ADVANTAGES OF FILLINGS Despite how common they are, many patients still have questions about fillings. Here are some advantages to consider. * Fillings made of composite or silver amalgam restore teeth that have been damaged by decay. * Fillings help to restore a tooth to its natural, white color. * They are relatively inexpensive. * They offer very good sealing properties. HOW IS A FILLING PLACED? This restorative procedure usually takes just one appointment. First, the decay is removed, and the hole is cleaned. Then, the dentist will etch the surface of the tooth, which will help the bonding material stick to the enamel. A putty-like resin is then applied to the tooth and sculpted to the proper shape. The material is then hardened with a dental laser or ultraviolet light. WHAT HAPPENS AFTER GETTING A FILLING? Your mouth may be sore or sensitive after a filling. Follow your aftercare instructions to help reduce pain and sensitivity. If your filling is deep, your dentist may recommend a soft diet and pain relievers. Avoid sticky or chewy foods that can pull at the filling, such as toffee, caramel, gum, etc. To find out more about the dental services offered at Doubletake Dental, call (801) 225-1002 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 163 N 400 W St A1, Orem, UT, 84057.

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

    A cosmetic dental procedure focuses on improving the appearance of your smile. Cosmetic dental procedures include teeth whitening, dental bonding, dental crowns, porcelain veneers, tooth contouring, gum contouring, tooth reshaping, all-on-4® dental implants, Invisalign®, etc. Your dentist takes into consideration your facial appearance when assessing your smile. Some patients, for example, have teeth that are too small for their face. Others may have poorly aligned teeth, while others may have teeth that are very discolored from years of smoking. All of these issues are addressed with cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic procedures can improve both the health and appearance of your smile. WHAT ARE PORCELAIN VENEERS? Porcelain veneers are very thin shells made of dental-grade porcelain. They are custom-made to seamlessly cover the front surface of your teeth. Porcelain veneers are a great option if you want to improve the appearance of your smile. WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS? Dental implants are permanent teeth replacements that are anchored into the jawbone. They are a great option for people who have lost their teeth due to decay, injury, or gum disease. The implant itself is a small titanium screw. After it is placed, it will fuse to the jawbone, creating a permanent foundation for the replacement tooth. Once the implant has fused with the bone, a post is attached. This post will hold the replacement tooth in place. Dental implants are essentially replacement “teeth roots.” Once in place, they provide the solid foundation you need to enjoy a complete smile. WHAT IS TEETH WHITENING? Teeth whitening is the process of removing stains and discoloration from the teeth. Discoloration can happen as a result of aging, consuming certain foods or beverages, or tobacco use. There are many options when it comes to teeth whitening. Our dentists can recommend the best treatment for you. WHAT ARE DENTAL CROWNS? Dental crowns, sometimes called caps, are tooth-shaped prosthetics that cover the entire visible portion of the tooth above your gum line. They are usually made of porcelain or porcelain-fused-to-metal. Crowns are typically used to restore damaged teeth, but they can also improve the appearance of teeth that are misshapen or discolored. They’re often used on the front teeth but can also be placed on the back teeth. WHAT ARE DENTAL BRIDGES? A dental bridge is a restoration used to replace missing teeth. A dental bridge uses the surrounding teeth for support, which are called abutments. The dentist will reshape the abutment teeth so that the bridge can be attached. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE DENTAL SERVICES OFFERED AT DOUBLETAKE DENTAL, CALL (801) 225-1002 OR SCHEDULE AN ONLINE CONSULTATION. YOU CAN ALSO VISIT US AT 163 N 400 W ST A1, OREM, UT, 84057.

  • General Dentistry

    General dentists perform a wide range of procedures and provide routine care. In addition to cleanings, X-rays, and cavity fillings, general dentists also provide treatment for gum disease, place crowns and bridges, perform root canals, extract teeth, treat oral cancer, and offer prescriptions for oral medications. General dentistry focuses on preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions that affect the teeth, gums, and jaw. This branch of dentistry is very important because healthy teeth and gums are essential to one’s overall well-being. WHAT TYPES OF TREATMENTS DO GENERAL DENTISTS PROVIDE? Our general dentists offer a wide range of services to care for your teeth and gums. Here are some of the most common services: * Cleanings and exams: To keep your mouth cavity-free, we recommend visiting us every six months for your regular checkups and cleanings. During these visits, we will examine your teeth for signs of cavities, gingivitis, and other common dental issues. We will also clean your teeth to remove plaque, tartar, and surface stains. * Root canals: When a tooth is infected or injured, a root canal is often the only way to save it. We will remove the infected tissue from inside the tooth, allowing us to save it. Then, we will restore the tooth with a dental crown. * Tooth extractions: Few people may not like having their teeth extracted, but when it is absolutely necessary, we will carefully remove them in case of decay or damage. Extraction is typically a last resort. We will only recommend this treatment if no other treatment works. * Dental crowns: A dental crown is an artificial tooth-like restoration that is placed over a tooth that is damaged or decayed. It can be used to restore a tooth that has undergone a root canal or to cover a tooth that is too decayed or damaged for a traditional filling. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SEEING A GENERAL DENTIST? Seeing a general dentist regularly has several benefits. In addition to basic preventive care, such as routine cleanings and examinations, a general dentist is able to diagnose, treat, and manage your oral health. Seeing a general dentist can help patients avoid expensive and time-consuming treatments in the future. WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT AT MY GENERAL DENTIST APPOINTMENT? Your dental appointment will consist of a thorough examination and thorough cleaning. Some patients receive X-rays during their visit so they can evaluate the health of their teeth below the gum line. We’ll also review your medical history, and we may check your blood pressure. General dentists are trained to provide both restorative and preventative dentistry treatments. Preventative dentistry treatments include regular cleanings, routine examinations, and oral cancer screenings. These treatments allow your dentist to identify any oral health problems as early as possible, so they can treat them before they become serious. Restorative dentistry treatments include fillings, crowns, and periodontal therapy. These treatments treat tooth decay and gum disease, so you can keep your smile healthy. To find out more about the dental services offered at Doubletake Dental, call (801) 225-1002 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 163 N 400 W St A1, Orem, UT, 84057.


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"The hygienist was very careful to make sure I wasn’t in pain during my cleaning since I have sensitive gums, and the dentist is honest and personable. Super glad to have found this place. Highly recommend it."

"I appreciate this dental office! It was my first time and I had a great experience. The inside of the building is really nice. (Ya know, aesthetics matter!) They got me in for an appointment quickly! I was surprised. Everyone from the receptionist, to the dental hygienist, to the dentist were all great to work with. Dentist is a super personable guy and makes you feel comfortable. I also appreciate that my hygienist provided me with a dental plan. The receptionist was great with letting me know about pricing and going over that info with me. I’d recommend them. :)"


163 N 400 W St A1,
Orem, UT 84057

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