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r The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce Trapnell Orthodontics as its May Business of the Month.

At Trapnell Orthodontics, they believe that a beautiful smile can truly enhance the quality of a person’s life. They are proud to offer orthodontic services to you and your family from the comfort of their office in Springville. They strive to provide top quality, compassionate orthodontic care. Their office uses state-of-the-art technology to ensure that your treatment is effective, efficient, and comfortable. They want your visits to be pleasant and relaxing, and its team does its very best to make you feel at home. They enjoy being involved in the community and love to help support local schools and other programs. They feel they are truly lucky to be located in one of the greatest cities around and feel honored to be chosen as Springville’s Business of the Month.

Dr. Brian Trapnell has been providing outstanding orthodontic care in Springville for more than 20 years. His office offers a wide range of services in order to provide its patients with care that is tailored to fit their individual orthodontic needs. These services include:rTraditional Braces: Traditional braces use high-quality, stainless steel brackets and wires to straighten teeth. The modern brackets used at Trapnell Orthodontics are smaller than braces of the past, which means they are more comfortable and less cumbersome.

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Ceramic Braces: Ceramic braces use a special clear material, making them less noticeable than traditional braces. The drawback of ceramic braces is that they are more fragile than traditional braces and sometimes the bands can become discolored.rEarly Treatment: Although they are happy to help enhance your smile regardless of your age, monitoring children as their mouths grow allows Trapnell Orthodontics to provide beautiful smiles more effectively and prevent potential orthodontic problems.

Invisalign: Invisalign uses clear aligner trays that are custom fit for your mouth and designed to gently straighten your teeth. Trapnell Orthodontics uses Invisalign to help assist its teen and adult patients achieve the straight smiles of their dreams.

See what they can do to make your smile shine by calling their office for a free consultation at 801-489-9475.

 

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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