Stonehaven Smiles 2017

May 10, 2017

Each year, our team proudly offers their time and talents to give back to the communities we serve. This annual event is called Stonehaven Smiles and 2017 was our must successful year ever! We almost doubled the amount of treatment we were able to give – providing 60 fillings, 30 cleanings and 40 extractions to 130 patients in Draper and Lehi, Utah.

A Day of Free Dentistry

Despite major improvements in the oral health of Americans over the past 50 years, one-third of Americans do not have dental insurance. And many people are not educated about the link between oral health and general well-being. Stonehaven Smiles is not just a day to provide free treatment, but also an opportunity for us to help new friends learn more about oral hygiene and how to keep a healthy smile.

We’re so happy that we could give back to the communities that have already given us so much. Thank you to the communities of Draper and Lehi for your continued support and for being part of our Stonehaven family!


About Stonehaven Dental

Founded in 1986 by Dr. Bret Tobler, Stonehaven Dental was born from humble beginnings. Dr. Bret’s first office was a 900 square foot building in Provo where he could treat two patients at a time. For Dr. Bret dentistry was not just an occupation, it was his passion.

After his two sons graduated from dental school, Dr. Bret was able to realize his dream – to open a location large enough for him to practice with his sons and to provide high-quality dental care to as many patients as possible. Our team is committed to development and offering more services to our patients. That is why we participate in continuing education courses to be able to offer orthodontic, dental implant, sedation services, and cosmetic services to our patients.

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