A Staff You Can Trust

Our first priority is to you, the patient, here at Matthews Dental. We believe in treating each individual family's dental needs in a way that will strengthen patient relationships through mutual trust, excellent customer service and the best patient care available. We believe that our success is in direct relation to the positive experience of our patients.

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  • 100%
    Patient Satisfaction
  • 100%
    Patient Comfort

Meet the Team users

  • Jeremy Matthews DDS

    read more…Jeremy MatthewsDr. Jeremy B. Matthews is pleased to be able to offer beautiful smiles in Provo, Saratoga Springs and the surrounding communities.

    Dr. Matthews earned his dental degree from the University of Kentucky, where he graduated at the top of his class for Excellence in Restorative Dentistry, after earning his bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University. He is pleased to have been practicing with his father and two brothers since 2002.

    Dr. Matthews has taken numerous postgraduate education courses, specifically selecting courses focusing on cosmetic dentistry. He also has specific training in root canal therapy, gum disease treatment, and restoring and placing implants, to give you a smile that is as healthy as it is beautiful. Dr. Matthews' commitment to lifelong education, and is constantly evaluating emerging dental technologies to provide the best results in the least invasive manner and with a high emphasis on comfort. This commitment ensures you the highest level of care, both today and tomorrow.

    Jeremy is married to Erica Matthews, and has four children Easton, Skyler, Boone and Tre.

  • Corbin Matthews DDS

    read more…Corbin MatthewsDr. Corbin Matthews grew up in Provo, Utah. He attended Timpview High School and Brigham Young University. In 1999 he received his dental degree from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry. He graduated top of his class and received awards of excellence in restorative and cosmetic dentistry. He also was the recipient of the OKU award given to select students for excellence in academics. Corbin has been practicing in the Utah County area for over 13 years and has continued his training to include all aspects of dentistry including wisdom teeth removal, implant surgery, oral conscious sedation and laser surgery.

    Corbin comes from a family of Dentist’s including his father, Gary Matthews, his older brother Blake Matthews, and his younger brother Jeremy Matthews. Corbin is married to Lizzi Matthews and they have four children, Shay, Gracy,River and Linkin.

    We at Matthews Dental are excited to have Corbin join us at our practice and he looks forward to caring for you and your family!

  • Michael Maughan DDS

    read more…Michael MaughanDr. Mike Maughan grew up in Orem, UT where his brother and late father have been practicing dentistry for the last 35 years. Dr. Maughan attended Timpanogos High School and Utah Valley University. He earned his dental degree at the University of Louisville, where he was recognized for his excellence in operative dentistry.

    Dr. Maughan loves dentistry and has a true passion for helping others. While at the University of Louisville, he served as president of an organization called Saving Smiles. As a part of this organization, he provided dental care to children in the Philippines in 2012 and 2013. He hopes to be able to visit more countries in the future and provide dental care to those in need.

    Dr. Maughan is married to Megan Maughan and they have one daughter, Kinley. In his free time he enjoys spending time with family, basketball, football, snow skiing, and boating.

  • Dr. Neibaur Orthodontist

    read more…Dr. NeibaurMatthews Dental is very excited to have Dr. Neibaur as an associate to the practice. He is an excellent orthodontist that will be able to provide our patients with a convenient way to beautiful smiles.

    Dr. Neibaur graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Science in biostatistics. He completed his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland Ohio. After dental school Dr. Neibaur moved his family to Nashville, TN to attend the Vanderbilt Orthodontic Residency Program under Harry Legan. During his three year residency he was trained in all aspects of orthodontics including sleep apnea treatment.

    Neibaur Family Orthodontics will give you a reason to smile. Dr. Neibaur sees his patients personally at every visit. He is a perfectionist and noted for his clinical skills. He uses the latest techniques to craft that dazzling smile.

    Dr. Neibaur and his wife Holly have five handsome boys. He enjoys hiking, mountain biking, watching his boys play soccer, basketball and enjoying the great outdoors of southern Utah.

  • Cori Poulsen Financial Coordinator/Office Manager

    read more…Cori PoulsenCori was rasied in Murray, Utah. She has been in the dental field for 8 years. And just new to the Matthews Dental Team. She is married to Aaron and has four kids, Coleman, Payton, Reagan and Aaiden. She enjoys spending time with her family, camping, four wheeling, and watching the Steelers.×

  • Erica Matthews Patient Coordinator

    read more…Erica MatthewsErica has been apart of the Matthews dental team since 2010. Erica was born and raised in St. George, Utah. Where she went to Snow Canyon High. She has been with Matthews Dental for 3 years. She is married to Jeremy Matthews and they have four children, Easton, Skyler, Boone and Trek. Erica enjoys spending time with her family, going to the movies, crossfit, playing softball, and traveling. ×

  • Kelley Borgeson Insurance Coordinator

    read more…Kelley BorgesonKelley was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri and moved to Lehi, Utah 4 1/2 years ago. She and her husband Jeff have 5 children, Nik, Brianne, Nicole, Anika and Kayla and 6 grand children. She has worked for Matthews Dental for 1 1/2 years. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, going to the movies, fishing, and she loves sports.×

  • Amanda Nelson Dental Hygienist

    read more…Amanda NelsonAmanda- was raised in Bountiful, Utah. She graduated from Weber State University in 2004 with a B.S. in Dental Hygiene. She has a total of 12 years in the dental field and has worked at Matthews Dental for over 4 years. She is married to Josh and has two kids, Scout and Sawyer. They enjoy spending most of their time in the mountains, hunting, fishing, camping and ATVing.×

  • Kristi Sauer Dental Hygienist

    read more…Kristi Sauer Kristi-was born and raised in Utah and spent three years in Alaska. She graduated from Salt Lake Community College 2011 in Dental Hygiene. She has worked in Dental for 2 years. She enjoys the outdoors and adventure, skydiving, hiking, and salsa dancing. She is running her first Marathon in October at St. George. She has run Ragnar Wasatch back and is planning to run Ragnar in Vegas. She has two dogs. ×

  • Lateesha Stevens Dental Hygienist

    read more…Lateesha Stevens Lateesha was born and raised in Idaho and has lived in Utah for the past eight years. She graduated from Utah College of Dental Hugiene in 2008 with a B.S. in Dental Hygiene. She has worked for Matthews Dental for 5 years. She is married to Mike and has a little boy, Carter. She enjoys cooking, snowboarding, traveling, and the outdoors.×

  • Analyn Mejia Dental Assistant

    read more…Analyn MejiaAnalyn was born and raised in sunny southern California. Where she went to Everest College and graduated in 2008 from dental assisting school. She moved to Utah in 2009 with her husband Oliver. They have 3 dogs, Harley , Riggs and Pacino. She has been with Matthews Dental Team for two years. On her free time, she loves hiking with her dogs, cruising on her scooter, or just being lazy on the couch watching T.V. ×

  • Brittanee Holding Dental Assistant

    read more…Brittanee HoldingBrittanee was raised in Cedar Fort, Utah. She has been in the dental field for 6 years and with the Matthews dental team for a year. She is married to Cody and has a pug named Marley. She enjoys Barrel racing her horse “Ez”, and spending time with family and friends. ×

  • Allison Franks Dental Assistant

    read more…Allison FranksAllison has been a Dental Assistant since 2007. Allison has a caring and nurturing manor that creates a comfortable and relaxed appointment for you. Allison married her high school sweetheart, and has 2 dogs name Titan and Riley. In Allison's spare time she enjoys watching her husband play football, photography and being on the go.×

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Services Provided layers

+ Bonding
+ Cosmetic Contouring
+ Crowns and Bridges

Bridges are natural-looking dental appliances that can replace a section of missing teeth. Because they are custom-made, bridges are barely noticeable and can restore the natural contour of teeth as well as the proper bite relationship between upper and lower teeth.

Bridges are sometimes referred to as fixed partial dentures, because they are semi-permanent and are bonded to existing teeth or implants. There are several types of fixed dental bridges (cannot be removed), including conventional fixed bridges, cantilever bridges and resin-bonded bridges. Unlike a removable bridge, which you can take out and clean, your dentist can only remove a fixed bridge. .

Porcelain, gold alloys or combinations of materials are usually used to make bridge appliances.

Appliances called implant bridges are attached to an area below the gum tissue, or the bone.


Crowns are synthetic caps, usually made of a material like porcelain, placed on the top of a tooth.

Crowns are typically used to restore a tooth's function and appearance following a restorative procedure such as a root canal. When decay in a tooth has become so advanced that large portions of the tooth must be removed, crowns are often used to restore the tooth.

Crowns are also used to attach bridges, cover implants, prevent a cracked tooth from becoming worse, or an existing filling is in jeopardy of becoming loose or dislocated. Crowns also serve an aesthetic use, and are applied when a discolored or stained tooth needs to be restored to its natural appearance.


A tooth must usually be reduced in size to accommodate a crown. An impression is then made from the existing tooth to create a custom-designed crown. The impression is sent to a special lab, which manufactures a custom-designed crown. In some cases, a temporary crown is applied until the permanent crown is ready. Permanent crowns are cemented in place.

Crowns are sometimes confused with veneers, but they are quite different. Veneers are typically applied only to relatively small areas.

Caring For Your Crowns

With proper care, a good quality crown could last up to eight years or longer. It is very important to floss in the area of the crown to avoid excess plaque or collection of debris around the restoration.

Certain behaviors such as jaw clenching or bruxism (teeth grinding) significantly shorten the life of a crown. Moreover, eating brittle foods, ice or hard candy can compromise the adhesion of the crown, or even damage the crown.
+ Specialty Dentures
+ Cosmetic Fillings
+ Bone Grafts
+ Excessive or Uneven Gums
+ Implants
+ Veneers
Teeth that are badly stained, shaped or crooked may be improved by a veneer placed on the surface of the affected teeth.

Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or plastic cemented over the front of your teeth to change their color or shape. Veneers are used on teeth with uneven surfaces or are chipped, discolored, oddly shaped, unevenly spaced or crooked. Little or no anesthesia is needed. Veneers have a longer life expectancy and color stability than bonding, and highly resist permanent staining from coffee, tea, or even cigarette smoking.

Veneers are usually made by a dental lab technician working from a model provided by your dentist. Veneers are usually irreversible because it`s necessary to remove a small amount of enamel from your teeth to accommodate the shell.

Porcelain veneers can mask undesirable defects, such as teeth stained by tetracycline, by an injury, or as a result of a root-canal procedure, and are ideal for masking discolored fillings in front teeth. Patients with gaps between their front teeth or teeth that are chipped or worn may consider porcelain veneers.

Typically, veneers entail at least three appointments: diagnosis and treatment planning, preparation, and bonding.

During the tooth preparation visit, usually lasting one to two hours, the teeth are lightly buffed to allow for the small added thickness of the veneer. Usually, about a half a millimeter of the tooth is removed, which may require a local anesthetic. During the same visit, a mold is taken of the teeth, and sent to the laboratory for the fabrication of the veneers.

During the final "bonding" visit, also about one or two hours, the veneers are placed on the tooth surface with water or glycerin on the teeth to check their fit and get a sense of the shade or color. While the veneers are resting on your teeth, they can be adjusted with various shades of cement to match the color of your teeth. To apply the veneer, the tooth is cleansed with specific chemicals to achieve a bond. Once a special cement is sandwiched between the veneer and tooth, a visible light beam, or laser, causes a catalyst to be released, hardening the cement.

During a two-week period of adjustment that follows, you may notice the change of size and shape in your teeth. It is important to brush and floss daily. After one or two weeks, you`ll return for a follow-up appointment. Porcelain veneers are reasonable facsimiles of natural teeth, not perfect replacements. It`s not uncommon to see slight variations in the color of porcelain veneers upon close inspection, as this occurs even in natural teeth.

For certain patients no preparation of the teeth may be necessary. Please see our specialties page for more information.
+ Whitening
Whitening procedures have effectively restored the smile of people with stained, dull, or discolored teeth.

The darker tissue of your teeth, the dentin, can become exposed as the outer layer of enamel is worn away by the effects of aging or things like caffeine and tobacco.

Food particles are naturally attracted to a tooth's enamel by a certain protein. Products like coffee and tea, berries and soy sauce are notorious for staining teeth. Over time, teeth actually become more absorbent and vulnerable to staining from food and other substances.

One type of stain—caused by traumatic injuries, medications and fluorosis—actually begins inside the tooth; brushing and flossing don’t help. Another type of stain—one that can be more easily attacked by brushing, flossing and rinsing—is caused by external factors such as foods.

More and more people today are choosing tooth-whitening procedures to reverse the effects of aging and abuse from food and tobacco stains.

Some commercially available "whitening toothpastes" can be somewhat effective at removing stains and making teeth a few shades brighter. However, many of these products have abrasive substances that can actually wear away your tooth's enamel.

Whitening agents actually change the color of your teeth, but only are effective on certain types of stains. For example, bleaching agents have a difficult time removing brownish or grayish stains. These products also are not as effective on pitted or badly discolored teeth, or on restorations such as crowns, bridges, bonding and tooth-colored fillings (porcelain veneers or dental bonding may be more appropriate in this case).

Professional whitening performed by our office is considered to be the most effective and safest method; done properly, tooth whitening can last as long as five years. Over-the-counter whitening systems are somewhat effective as long as they are monitored and directions followed closely.
+ Braces (Orthodontia)
+ Sealants
+ Root Canal Therapy
Root canals are tiny passageways that branch off from beneath the top of the tooth, coursing their way vertically downward, until they reach the tip of the root.

All teeth have between one and four root canals.

Many tooth problems involve infections that spread to the pulp, which is the inner chamber of the tooth containing blood vessels, nerves and other tissues. When the infection becomes worse, it can begin affecting the roots. A traumatic injury to a tooth can also compromise the pulp, leading to similar problems.

A diseased inner tooth brings a host of problems including pain and sensitivity as the first indications of a problem. However, inside a spreading infection can cause small pockets of pus to develop, which can lead to an abscess.

Root canal therapy is a remarkable treatment with a very high rate of success, and involves removing the diseased tissue, halting the spread of infection and restoring the healthy portion of the tooth. In fact, root canal therapy is designed to save a problem tooth; before the procedure was developed and gained acceptance, the only alternative for treating a diseased tooth was extraction.
+ Extractions
+ Scaling and Root Planing
+ Dentures
+ Cosmetic Dentistry
+ Invisalign
Invisalign's® invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners will give you the beautiful straight teeth you've always wanted. And best of all, no one can tell you're wearing them. Invisalign® is great for adults and teenagers.

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Matthews Dental
1305 N. Commerce Dr. Suite 220
Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
(801) 766-4944
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