Your Better Smile Is Here At Rod Gleave, DMD
After more than 20 years serving the Salt Lake City area, Dr. Rod Gleave has helped many people get the smiles they have always wanted. With a comprehensive, personalized approach to your smile and overall dental health, Rod Gleave, DMD is truly a one-stop shop for your dental care. Get the help you need to have a healthy, beautiful smile here in our comfortable office.
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The Smile Services You Need
Dr. Rod Gleave is highly trained in many areas of dentistry, often completing more than 10 times the continuing education requirements for Utah dentists. This allows him to provide quality results that exceed his patients’ expectations. Here are some of the services he offers to give you the smile you have been looking for.
The first trait that every great smile has is a full set of teeth. Whether you are missing one tooth or several teeth, dental implants from Dr. Gleave can restore the look and function of your smile. Dental implants give you the appearance that you want, the bone protection you need, and an unmatched level of stability to eat and speak with ease.
Would you like to get a whiter smile? Maybe you want a straighter smile? Whatever your aesthetic needs, cosmetic dentist Dr. Gleave can transform your smile into a source of pride. With services like dental whitening to correct stained teeth, Invisalign to give you a straighter smile, and other treatments to eliminate cosmetic problems, your smile will never look better than after your time with Dr. Gleave.
Do you need to cover some chipped or cracked teeth? Dental veneers are a great way to correct a variety of imperfections in your smile. Chips and cracks are supported, and your tooth is protected from further damage. Veneers can even erase deep dental stains that normal teeth whitening can’t handle.
If you have flawed, imperfect, damaged, or even missing teeth, it’s impossible to feel like smiling. You’re embarrassed by it, for one thing. But worse than that, you probably feel like it’s just something you have to accept. What could possibly be done about it?Well, a lot, actually! ...