By: Christie | Published: September 24, 2013
By: Christie | Published: September 5, 2013
The Center of Dental Professionals and A Kid’s Place Dentistry will be closed for Professional Development Training on September 5th and 6th. We apologize for any inconvenience. We will be checking our voice mail periodically to schedule appointments or answer questions. We will be back in the office on September 9th.
If you are a patient of record and have a dental emergency please call 801-824-6007.
Remember our FREE Carnival and Pancake Breakfast this Saturday 8am-12pm at our New South Salt Lake office. Check our our facebook page for details
See you there!
By: Christie | Published: September 2, 2013
The Center of Dental Professionals and A Kid’s Place Dentistry Inc. will be closed in Observance of Labor Day, Monday September 2, 2013. If you are a patient of record and have an emergency you can reach our on call service at 801-824-6007. We will be back in the office on Tuesday September 3rd at 7:00 am.
We wish you all a Happy and Enjoyable Labor Day!
By: Christie | Published: August 26, 2013
For over a decade Dr. Rosander has been offering Exceptional Dental care to patients at The Center of Dental Professionals. He is one of the 9 Amazing Dental Practitioners between both our Downtown Salt Lake City and our South Salt Lake City Dental Offices. His patients comment that his gentle approach to dentistry provides a relaxing and comfortable dental experience for both adults and children.
Dr. Rosander provides dental care to patients of all ages from Pediatrics to Adults. Please see his list of services below.
You can see Dr. Rosander in our South Salt Lake office location on Tuesdays and Fridays from 7am-330pm. Give us a call to schedule your next appointment 801-747-8015.
By: Christie | Published: August 23, 2013
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that every child should have a first dental visit by one year of age or when their first tooth comes in, whichever occurs first. These infant visits are important in establishing a “dental home” for your child and allow us to provide education and guidance through the early years of your child’s dental development.
By: Christie | Published: March 30, 2013
By: Christie | Published: February 1, 2013
Things are looking up, the sky is clearing the sun is out and coming this Saturday it’s going to be chock full of fun. We’re talking about heading to the Southtowne Expo Center where the will be a plethora of fun things for everyone — especially kids where Utah Kids Club is hosting the Winter Palooza. A few stellar events: Rock climbing, paint ball, and steel bull rides. Just a taste of what’s going on.
We’ll be there with lots of toothbrush-floss kits, cause we know there will be lots of grubbing down to be had. Oh, and also there will be a lucky kid who will win a giant Crayola coloring set. Check it out:
Oh yeah, if any of you like using Twitter and would like to hear sage-like dental advice and promotions from The Center of Dental Pros and A Kids Place, you can find our handle at @CDPUtah or Click Here.
By: DentalProAdmin | Published: May 31, 2012
After your visit to the dentist, if the question you are asking yourself is NOT whether you need dentures, over-dentures or dental implants BUT RATHER how you will be able to afford treatment, then this article is just for you!
Financing dental work can be overwhelming, but if an effective plan is implemented it doesn’t have to be! There are many financial options available to get the smile you deserve, from easy financing with personal loans, cash discounts, insurance contributions and deciding whether or not you need a specialist will all influence YOUR bottom-line. First, let’s review your options:
• Partial Denture
o Private Pay Discounted Cost: $683 for top; $686 for bottom
o Regular Cost:$$975 for top; $980 for bottom
o Keep in Mind: Partial dentures only replace a few missing teeth and are mostly cosmetic in nature.
• Immediate Dentures
o Private Pay Discounted Cost:$961 for top; $961 for bottom
o Regular Cost:$1420 for top; $1420 for bottom
o Specialist: $1846 for top; $1846 for bottom
o Keep in Mind: Since impressions are taken before teeth are extracted, this denture option is not fitted exactly to your mouth and you may need to come in for adjustments in the future. However, you do not have to go with no teeth for 6 weeks, as you do with the complete denture.
• Complete Dentures
o Private Pay Discounted Cost: $880 for top; $880 for bottom
o Regular Cost: $1430 for top; $1430 for bottom
o Specialist Cost: $1859 for top; $1859 for bottom
o Keep in Mind: You usually have to wait for 6 weeks between having any remaining teeth extracted and an impression taken, before the final delivery of the denture. PLUS SIDE: Custom made dentures fit comfortably in your mouth with minimal discomfort.
• Overdentures (plus 2 implants & abutments)
o Regular Cost: $6285 for top; $6285 for bottom
o Specialist Cost: $8171 for top; $8171 for bottom
o Keep in Mind: This is a perfect denture! It’s almost like having natural teeth once again. You don’t have to take it out since the implants secure the denture in your mouth, which allows you to eat the foods that you love again (corn on cob anyone?).
o NOTE: Extraction fees range from a discounted fee of $158 to $225 (normal & specialist fee) per tooth.
Unfortunately, seniors are more likely to suffer from dental problems. Ill-fitting dentures often create: jaw pain, mouth sores, require the routine use of denture pads, click, whistle, slip or cause chewing to be painful, slur speech, create the appearance of extra wrinkles around your mouth, or make you feel uncomfortable about your appearance. All of these factors make it increasingly difficult to eat a healthy diet, enjoy the foods you love and live life to its fullest. If you currently wear dentures, it is important to have them evaluated on a regular basis, as bone and gums may shrink over time, causing your dentures to become lose and uncomfortable. You cannot correct the fit of your dentures by using more and more denture adhesive!
However, dentists understand that dental treatment can be expensive, but you do have options to get the care you need! Here is a plan of action to get you back on track for the smile you deserve:
1. Schedule a consultation with a dentist or specialist; many providers offer this service free of charge.
2. Discuss your treatment options with your dentist and decide on the best treatment option available. Once this is decided a financial treatment coordinator can discuss payment options.
3. Explore financing options, for example: CareCredit (http://www.carecredit.com) is a personal loan option that allows you to pay over 12 months with no interest or choose longer payment plans with a low interest rate of 14.9% applied (up to 60 months if charges exceed $2,500).
4. Discuss in-house payment plans and insurance coverage at this time as well
5. Schedule your appointment and see just how amazing a new set of dentures can be!
The bottom line? Visit your dental professional regularly and discuss your payment options at the time of service! Exhaust all options before having any teeth pulled – once they are gone, you will never get them back and dental discounts, payment plans and personal loans are available. Together, we can find a solution to “get your bite back.” Call us today at 801-747-8018 to schedule your Consultation.
By: Christie | Published: May 14, 2012