With so many procedures offered at Utah Surgical Arts, one thing we have noticed to be constant is that patients' comfort levels, no matter the procedure, are often directly related to the level of knowledge they possess regarding their treatment. When patients do not fully understand the procedure they are undergoing, they are often uneasy and hesitant about proceeding; in contrast, when patients have had a chance to read and listen to material related to their procedure, they are much more comfortable with treatment. For this reason, we are happy to provide a website with pages for each service offered, with information regarding conditions that require the procedure and how you can tell if it's the right procedure for you.
When you come into our office for a consultation, Drs. Harris, Park, Brown, and Wood can further explain the details and address any concerns you may have. Your treatment plan will be developed and individualized to meet your unique needs after the doctors have had a chance to evaluate your condition and medical history. If you have been referred to our office by your dentist or another dental professional, and you are looking for more information but are unsure which procedure you have been referred for, please contact our office. We are readily available to answer questions and are happy to speak with you about scheduling an appointment. We look forward to meeting you and restoring your oral health and function.
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