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Dentist Once Awarded Medal for Wisdom Teeth Removal Now Practices in Layton Utah

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Kip J Jones, DDS of Layton Utah, who was once awarded a medal of commendation from the Air Force for his work with wisdom teeth removal, continues to provide affordable and precise dental care for Utah families.

Layton, Utah, USA – February 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Dr. Kip J Jones is a Layton Utah family dentist and Layton Utah wisdom teeth removal specialist. He has been practicing for over a decade, and in that time has performed thousands of wisdom teeth extractions.
Dr. Jones is concerned with his patients’ comfort and peace of mind. He offers competitive pricing, state of the art IV sedation and a beautiful website where his patients can watch videos discussing the wisdom teeth removal procedure, the safety of the procedure and expected recovery time. The first wisdom teeth removal video can be viewed here.

Dr. Jones was born and raised in Utah and received his bachelor’s degree from Utah State University. He then went on to dental school at Virginia Commonwealth University, and received advanced education in General Dentistry residency at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. During his time in Colorado he trained exclusively with oral surgeons, prosthodontists, endodontists, orthodontists, periodontists, and pedodontists. During his time in the Air Force he was awarded a medal of commendation for the monetary savings he caused from wisdom teeth removal procedures not having to be referred out.

Dr. Jones draws patients from Layton, Kaysville, Ogden, Centerville, Farmington, Salt Lake City and other surrounding areas. He specializes in wisdom teeth removal, as well as dental implants, same day crowns, Invisalign, cosmetic dentistry, veneers, orthodontic care, root canals and more. His practice utilizes state of the art technology such as digital X-rays and I.V. sedation, a friendly staff, a referral reward program and more.

Those looking for wisdom teeth removal in Utah can visit http://www.kipjjonesdds.com to learn more.

For more information about us, please visit http://kipjjonesdds.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Kip J Jones, DDS
Email: kipjonesdds@gmail.com
Address: 1151 E Rosewood Ln Layton, UT 84041
Phone: (801) 546-3513
Organization: Kip J Jones, DDS | Family Dentistry

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