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At iSmile Dentistry, we are committed to being the most affordable family dental plan out there. We are a group of family dental practices serving Utah and Arizona. Our teams consist of passionate, talented, and dedicated dental professionals.
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At iSmile Dentistry, we offer comprehensive dental care including: white fillings, Zoom whitening, dental implants,full smile makeovers, oral surgery, endodontic treatment,orthodontics (Invisalign, conventional and clear braces, speed braces), laser dentistry and much more.

Most of our procedures can be done in house, so you never have to see unfamiliar faces. We provide sedation dentistry to insure that your visit is comfortable and anxiety free.

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We Have 3 Implant Centers for Your Convenience!

iSmile Implant and Surgical Center is a new state of the art facility offering patients implant and surgical solutions to their dental problems through the use of 3 Dimensional bone scanning, sedation dentistry and offering the healthiest and most intelligent treatment solutions.

We provide the most comprehensive treatments for dental implants in both surgical and restorative phases of your dental implant needs.

Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for replacement teeth which look, feel and function like natural teeth. Implants are your solution and we at iSmile Surgical Center have the experience and expertise to help you today!

iSmile Implant and

Surgical Center

302 North Main St.
Kaysville, UT 84037

iSmile Implant and Surgical

Center of Glendale

7170 W Camino San Xavier
Suite A100
Glendale, AZ 85308

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Smile in Tuscon

4600 S Park Road
Suite 6
Tuscon, AZ 85714

Ive been to this dentist twice now (to see Dr. Clifford), once for myself and once with my children. I have four year old twins and everyone was wonderful with my kids- letting them hold and touch the tools, explaining everything, letting them push the buttons to move the chairs up and down. My kids now think that a visit to the dentist is a special treat and can’t wait to go back. I had my wisdom teeth removed and everyone was cheerful and helpful. When I called the clinic in a panic an hour before my appointment- they called in a prescription for anxiety for me and put me at ease once I was there.

– Becky P.

I’ve been coming here for a while and never like coming to the dentist till I found Dr Kim not to mention her friendly staffs. The staffs are always very helpful and nice. Also always on time it’s a plus never having to wait. Whenever I walk into the office I am immediately put at ease because the interior was very nice, clean, and had a very relaxing atmosphere. The exam room was extremely clean and tidy and the chair faces a wall of windows that look out onto a landscaped area. The whole set up made it feel very easy for me. Nice not to feel weird about going to the dentist. They are always punctual and ready to roll at our appointment time.

– Raymond Y. 

Dr. Kim is great, and i was taken well care of, even though I am not the most consistent of dentist patients. In fact pretty sure I am overdue to go back. highly recommend her to my friends, worth the battle through some what small space (I was totally ok though about their current office) compared to her reputation as the best dentist and her popularity (because they have been quite booming, especially in prosthodontics area in the Bay area) but I heard thy would move into the new office in a month – this is great!.

– Nancy L.

From the first moment I entered the office. I was treated with kindness and professinalism. The lady behind the counter was wonderful. Joey the dental assistant who assisted Dr Akida is fantastic! ,The office is truly blessed to yhave such a wonderful man on the staff. Dr Akida is a fantastic orthodontist.

– James G.

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Regular Exams and Cleanings


Regular exams are an important part of maintaining your oral health. During your regular exam, we will: Check for any problems that you may not see or feel Look for cavities or any other signs of tooth decay Inspect your teeth and gums for gingivitis and signs of periodontal disease Provide a thorough teeth cleaning Your regular exam will take about 45 minutes. Each regular exam includes a detailed teeth cleaning, in which we will clean, polish, and rinse your teeth to remove any tartar and plaque that has built up on the tooth’s surface. Visiting our office every six months gives you the chance to talk to the doctor about any questions you may have about your oral health. Regular exams are offered by appointment only, so please contact our practice today to schedule your next dental exam and teeth cleaning.




Bonding is a conservative cosmetic dental procedure way to repair slightly chipped, discolored, or crooked teeth. During dental bonding, a white filling is placed onto your tooth to improve its appearance. The filling “bonds” with your tooth, and because it comes in a variety of tooth-colored shades, it closely matches the appearance of your natural teeth. Tooth bonding also can be used for tooth fillings instead of amalgam fillings. Many patients prefer bonded fillings because the white color is much less noticeable than the silver amalgam fillings. Bonding fillings can be used on front and back teeth depending on the location and extent of tooth decay.

Bonding is less expensive than other cosmetic treatments and usually can be completed in one visit to our office. However, bonding can stain and is easier to break than other cosmetic treatments such as porcelain veneers. If it does break or chip, tell your doctor. The bonding generally can be easily patched or repaired in one visit.




A bridge may be used to replace missing teeth, help maintain the shape of your face, and alleviate stress on your bite.

A bridge replaces missing teeth with artificial teeth, looks great, and literally bridges the gap where one or more teeth may have been. Your bridge can be made from gold, alloys, porcelain, or a combination of these materials and is bonded onto surrounding teeth for support.

The success of any bridge depends on its foundation — the other teeth, gums, or bone to which it is attached. Therefore, it’s very important to keep your existing teeth, gums, and jaw healthy and strong.




We can create customized crowns, inlays, onlays, and other dental restorations using Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Through the CAD/CAM technology, our office can provide you with the most precise restorations possible.

By using CAD/CAM, your dentist is able to create durable, well-fitting, individual or multiple tooth restorations. CAD/CAM technology also delivers advantages when it comes to office visits — traditional tooth restorations may take several days and multiple office visits, but with CAD/CAM technology, we are able to perform single-visit tooth restorations! In just one visit you can have a beautiful, healthy smile.

To find out more about CAD/CAM technology and how it can benefit you, please contact our practice and schedule an appointment to learn more.




We provide crowns to improve the shape of your teeth or strengthen a tooth. Crowns are a cosmetic restoration most often used for teeth that are broken, worn, or have portions destroyed by tooth decay. Crowns or onlays (partial crowns) are needed when there is insufficient tooth strength remaining to hold a filling. Unlike fillings, which apply the restorative material directly into your mouth, a crown is fabricated away from your mouth.

A crown is a “cap” cemented onto an existing tooth that usually covers the portion of your tooth above the gum line. In effect, the crown becomes your tooth’s new outer surface. Crowns can be made of porcelain, metal, or a combination of the two. Porcelain crowns are most often preferred because they mimic the translucency of natural teeth and are very strong.

Your crown is created in a lab from your unique tooth impression, which allows a dental laboratory technician to examine all aspects of your bite and jaw movements. Your crown is then sculpted just for you so that your bite and jaw movements function normally once the crown is placed.




Dentures are natural-looking replacement teeth that are removable. There are two types of dentures: full and partial. Full dentures are given to patients when all of the natural teeth have been removed. Partial dentures are attached to a metal frame that is connected to your natural teeth and are used to fill in where permanent teeth have been removed. Just like natural teeth, dentures need to be cared for. Use a gentle cleanser to brush your dentures, always keep them moist when they’re not in use, and be sure to keep your tongue and gums clean as well.


Digital X-Rays


Using the most advanced dental technology possible is just as important as staying up-to-date on the latest treatment techniques. Because our practice is dedicated to providing you with the safest and most convenient treatment options available, we utilize advanced digital X-ray technology in our office. Digital X-rays provide several advanced imaging options that are designed to save time, provide clearer dental photos, and expose patients to less radiation than with traditional X-ray technology.

Our practice is focused on making your dental experience as comfortable as possible. At your next appointment, we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.




There are times when it is necessary to remove a tooth. Sometimes a baby tooth has misshapen or long roots that prevent it from falling out as it should, and the tooth must be removed to make way for the permanent tooth to erupt. At other times, a tooth may have so much decay that it puts the surrounding teeth and jaw at risk of decay, so your doctor may recommend removal and replacement with a bridge or implant. Infection, orthodontic correction, or problems with a wisdom tooth can also require removal of a tooth. When it is determined that a tooth needs to be removed, your dentist may extract the tooth during a regular checkup or may request another visit for this procedure. The root of each tooth is encased within your jawbone in a “tooth socket,” and your tooth is held in that socket by a ligament. In order to extract a tooth, your dentist must expand the socket and separate the tooth from the ligament holding it in place. While this procedure is typically very quick, it is important to share with your doctor any concerns or preferences for sedation.

Once a tooth has been removed, neighboring teeth may shift, causing problems with chewing or with your jaw joint function. To avoid these complications, your dentist may recommend that you replace the extracted tooth.


Implant Restoration


If you have missing teeth, it is crucial to replace them. Without all your teeth, chewing and eating can destabilize your bite and cause you discomfort. When teeth are missing, your mouth can shift and even cause your face to look older. Implants are a great way to replace your missing teeth, and if properly maintained, can last a lifetime! An implant is a new tooth made of metal and porcelain that looks just like your natural tooth. It’s composed of two main parts: One part is the titanium implant body that takes the place of the missing root, and the second part is the tooth-colored crown that is cemented on top of the implant. With implant treatment, you can smile confidently knowing no one will ever suspect you have a replacement tooth.

In addition to tooth replacement, implants may be used to anchor dentures, especially lower dentures that tend to shift when you talk or chew. For patients with removable partial dentures, implants can replace missing teeth so you have a more natural-looking smile.


Intraoral Camera


You know the importance of prevention when it comes to your dental health, and we’re always looking for new, improved ways to help you achieve a healthy smile for life. While X-rays provide valuable information, they don’t give a complete view of everything that is going on inside your mouth. With the use of an intraoral camera, we can see every aspect of your teeth and mouth with incredible detail, uncovering cracked teeth, plaque deposits, cavities next to fillings, and excessive wear. When we can discover oral problems early on, your treatment is much less invasive and much more cost effective. Our intraoral camera is small – about the size of the mirror we use during your regular hygiene appointments. You probably wouldn’t even notice we’re using it, except that with the intraoral camera, you have the opportunity to see everything we see on a monitor. This is a great tool to help you become more informed about your dental health, as it gives you a clear understanding of your teeth’s condition, and it allows you to make a more informed decision regarding your treatment options.


Laser Dentistry


Laser therapy in dentistry provides patients with a more comfortable dental treatment experience. Using laser dentistry, your dentist is able to deliver a precise treatment that is more comfortable, quicker, and provides more stunning results. There are two different types of laser dentistry: hard tissue and soft tissue. Hard tissue includes treatments such as cavity detection, dental fillings, and improving tooth sensitivity. Soft tissue treatments include gum reshaping, gum surgery, and improving muscle attachment.

There are several benefits to receiving a laser therapy dental treatment.

Many laser treatments do not require anesthesia, and the recovery time is much quicker than with traditional treatment methods. Treatments are more comfortable. There is potentially less of a chance of bacterial infection because laser treatments are so precise.




Whether you wear braces or not, protecting your smile while playing sports is essential. Mouthguards help protect your teeth and gums from injury. If you participate in any kind of full-contact sport, the American Dental Association recommends that you wear a mouthguard. Choosing the right mouthguard is essential. There are three basic types of mouthguards: the pre-made mouthguard, the “boil-and-bite” fitted mouthguard, and a custom-made mouthguard from your dentist. When you chose a mouthguard, be sure to pick one that is tear-resistant, comfortable and well fitted for your mouth, easy to keep clean, and does not prevent you from breathing properly. Your dentist can show you how to wear a mouthguard properly and how to choose the right mouthguard to protect your smile.

Root Canals

Root Canals


In the past, if you had a tooth with a diseased nerve, you’d probably lose that tooth. Today, with a special dental procedure called root canal treatment, your tooth can be saved. When a tooth is cracked or has a deep cavity, bacteria can enter the pulp tissue and germs can cause an infection inside the tooth. If left untreated, an abscess may form. If the infected tissue is not removed, pain and swelling can result. This can not only injure your jawbones, but is detrimental to your overall health. Root canal treatment involves one to three visits. During treatment, your general dentist or endodontist (a dentist who specializes in problems with the nerves of the teeth) removes the affected tissue. Next, the tissue will be removed and the interior of the tooth will be cleaned and sealed. Finally, the tooth is filled with a dental composite. If your tooth has extensive decay, your doctor may suggest placing a crown to strengthen and protect the tooth from breaking. As long as you continue to care for your teeth and gums with regular brushing, flossing, and checkups, your restored tooth can last a lifetime.




Sometimes brushing is not enough, especially when it comes to those hard-to-reach spots in your mouth. It is difficult for your toothbrush to get in-between the small cracks and grooves on your teeth. If left alone, those tiny areas can develop tooth decay. Sealants give your teeth extra protection against decay and help prevent cavities. Dental sealants are a plastic resin that bonds and hardens in the deep grooves on your tooth’s surface. When a tooth is sealed, the tiny grooves become smooth, and are less likely to harbor plaque. With sealants, brushing your teeth becomes easier and more effective against tooth decay.

Sealants are typically applied to children’s teeth as a preventive measure after the permanent teeth have erupted as a way to prevent tooth decay. However, adults also can receive sealants on healthy teeth. It is more common to seal “permanent” teeth rather than “baby” teeth, but every patient has unique needs, and your dentist will recommend sealants on a case-by-case basis.

Sealants last from three to five years, although it is fairly common to see adults with sealants still intact from their childhood. A dental sealant only provides protection when it is fully intact, so if your sealants come off, let your dentist know, and schedule an appointment for your teeth to be re-sealed.




You no longer need to hide your smile because of gaps, chips, stains, or misshapen teeth. With veneers and Lumineers®, you can easily use our advanced cosmetic dental techniques to correct your teeth’s imperfections to help you have a more confident, beautiful smile. Veneers are natural in appearance, and they are a perfect alternative for patients wanting to make minor adjustments to the look and feel of their smile. Veneers are thin, custom-made shells made from tooth-colored materials (such as porcelain) designed to cover the front side of your teeth. To prepare for veneers, your doctor will create a unique model of your teeth. This model is sent to the dental technician to create your veneers. Before placing your new veneer, your doctor may need to conservatively prepare your tooth to achieve the desired aesthetic result.

When placed, you’ll be pleased to see that veneers look like your natural teeth. While veneers are stain resistant, your doctor may recommend that you avoid coffee, tea, red wine, and tobacco to maintain the beauty of your new smile.


Wisdom Teeth


Wisdom teeth are types of molars found in the very back of your mouth. These teeth usually appear in late teens or early twenties but may become impacted (fail to erupt) due to lack of room in the jaw or angle of entry. When a wisdom tooth is impacted, it may need to be removed. If it is not removed, you may develop gum tenderness, swelling, or even severe pain. Impacted wisdom teeth that are partially or fully erupted tend to be quite difficult to clean and are susceptible to tooth decay, recurring infections, and even gum disease. Wisdom teeth are typically removed in the late teens or early twenties because there is a greater chance that the teeth’s roots have not fully formed and the bone surrounding the teeth is less dense. These two factors can make extraction easier, as well as making the recovery time much shorter.

In order to remove a wisdom tooth, your dentist first needs to numb the area around the tooth with a local anesthetic. Since the impacted tooth may still be under the gums and imbedded in your jaw bone, your dentist will need to remove a portion of the covering bone to extract the tooth. In order to minimize the amount of bone that is removed with the tooth, your dentist will often “section” your wisdom tooth so that each piece can be removed through a small opening in the bone. Once your wisdom teeth have been extracted, the healing process begins. Healing time varies depending on the degree of difficulty related to the extraction. Your dentist will share with you what to expect and provide instructions for a comfortable, efficient healing process.




There are times when it is necessary to remove a tooth. Sometimes a baby tooth has misshapen or long roots that prevent it from falling out as it should, and the tooth must be removed to make way for the permanent tooth to erupt. At other times, a tooth may have so much decay that it puts the surrounding teeth and jaw at risk of decay, so your doctor may recommend removal and replacement with a bridge or implant. Infection, orthodontic correction, or problems with a wisdom tooth can also require removal of a tooth.
When it is determined that a tooth needs to be removed, your dentist may extract the tooth during a regular checkup or may request another visit for this procedure. The root of each tooth is encased within your jawbone in a “tooth socket,” and your tooth is held in that socket by a ligament. In order to extract a tooth, your dentist must expand the socket and separate the tooth from the ligament holding it in place. While this procedure is typically very quick, it is important to share with your doctor any concerns or preferences for sedation.

Once a tooth has been removed, neighboring teeth may shift, causing problems with chewing or with your jaw joint function. To avoid these complications, your dentist may recommend that you replace the extracted tooth.




Traditional dental restoratives, or fillings, may include gold, porcelain, and composite. Newer dental fillings include ceramic and plastic compounds that mimic the appearance of natural teeth. These compounds, often called composite resins, are typically used on the front teeth where a natural appearance is important. There are two different kinds of fillings: direct and indirect. Direct fillings are fillings placed directly into a prepared cavity in a single visit. Indirect fillings generally require two or more visits. These fillings include inlays, and veneers fabricated with ceramics or composites.




Fluoride is effective in preventing cavities and tooth decay and in preventing plaque from building up and hardening on the tooth’s surface. A fluoride treatment in your dentist’s office takes just a few minutes. After the treatment, patients may be asked not to rinse, eat, or drink for at least 30 minutes in order to allow the teeth to absorb the fluoride. Depending on your oral health or your doctor’s recommendation, you may be required to have a fluoride treatment every three, six, or 12 months.




Gum disease is caused by a build-up of plaque (a sticky form of bacteria that forms on the teeth). If the plaque is not removed (by flossing, brushing, and regular dental checkups), it will continue to build up and create toxins that can damage the gums. Periodontal disease forms just below the gum line and creates small pockets that separate the gums from the teeth. Periodontal disease has two stages: gingivitis and periodontitis.










Treatments for gum disease can vary depending on the severity of each individual case. Typical treatments include:




Regular dental checkups and periodontal examinations are important for maintaining your health and the health of your smile. You don’t have to lose teeth to periodontal disease, and by practicing good oral hygiene at home, you can significantly reduce your chances of ever getting gum disease. Remember to brush regularly, clean between your teeth, eat a balanced diet, and schedule regular dental visits to help keep your smile healthy.




At iSmile, our goal is to improve your smile with your budget in mind. That is why we offer several types of professional braces that can create your perfect smile according to your budget. Our highly trained consultants will sit with you to discuss your smile goals and payment options. We more then understand the value to getting the best care at the lowest price. This is why we offer you a FREE and ONLY when you are happy do we move forward. We have a variety of options for you to choose from including metal and porcelain brackets and clear correct trays. We want our patients to leave happy with the price, confident in the type of braces you are receiving and most beneficially, trusting our Orthodontic team!




The Simplicity System requires only two wires for each arch throughout the entire treatment, instead of the normal four to six wires. This means less wire changes, which results in less chair time at each visit. This system uses light force rectangular wires from the beginning of treatment. The light force prevents resistance of movement which allows for faster tooth movement while protecting the tooth from root resorption. The rectangular wire provides torque control from the beginning of treatment thus reducing the entire treatment time.




iSmile has a variety of different types of fashionable braces to choose from. Not all dental facilities carry a vast array of choices. With 14 offices we do 14 times more braces then other single dental offices and therefore our buying power enables us to lower the cost to you




We provide options to adults to obtain fashionable and clear choices for keeping appearances in a hidden manner with clear braces. Great for correcting your smile without the traditional metal braces. Go Clear!


We Turn Ordinary Into Amazing In One Hour


Patients want white teeth, but do not have a lot of time to bleach. iSmile X-Treme whitening offers patients the latest technology and super results that can be achieved on your lunch hour! Studies show 70% of patients reached the desired color or better in just 20 minutes. The X-Treme whitening system delivered 73% better results than bleaching at home

“I was truly amazed at the difference was after I reviewed a photo I had on Facebook and the new updated picture. Now I will certainly be making this a yearly priority.”
-Danielle Evans – iSmile Patient