Medical Profiles: Canyon Creek Orthodonics

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Dr. Chad Church 378 E. 400 S., #3, Springville (801) 704-9786 canyoncreekortho.com

   Dr. Chad Church lived in Orem and Springville before moving to Arizona in high school. After his LDS Church mission to Portugal, he attended college and dental school in Texas.

   “I worked in dentistry for a while, but I found that I was drawn to orthodontics,” he says. “I love how orthodontics brings form and function together to help

people live their healthiest, happiest lives.”

   Dr. Church finished his orthodontic training in New York and opened a practice in northern California where he worked for years. However, with a growing family comes changing priorities.

   “We loved our time in California, but eventually our children all settled back in Utah Valley,” Dr. Church says. “Then, my son and his wife had a baby and that’s when we were really drawn to the area.”

   Never one to back down from a challenge, Dr. Church sold his practice and made his way to Springville, where he recently opened Canyon Creek Orthodontics.

   “We love this area and are excited to grow the practice here,” Dr. Church says. “I am able to combine my years of experience with the newest equipment, which brings the best results for patients.”

   Besides offering the latest in bracket and straightening techniques and technology, Dr. Church is also excited to offer parents OrthoFi, a financing system that allows for more flexibility in paying for braces.

   “Parents love this,” he says. “We’re able to sit down and find an option that works best for them in their financial situation. We know paying for braces isn’t a one-size-fits-all thing. This makes it so anyone who needs orthodontic care can get it. We want to help as many as we can.”

   Dr. Church feels strongly about the power of straight teeth. A healthy smile means teeth work properly together. It means teeth are easier to clean and maintain. Plus, it means patients have a reason to open wide and smile big.

   “It’s amazing to see a patient who won’t even smile when they first come in completely transform when they have a properly aligned smile,” Dr. Church says. “Straight teeth help a person’s physical and mental health.”

   For patients in Utah Valley, Dr. Church is ready and open to start creating the healthiest smile possible.

Medical Tip: A nice smile is important to the overall health of a person. Not only do properly aligned teeth function better, but they look great, too. “It’s amazing to see a patient who won’t even smile when they first come in completely transform when they have a properly aligned smile,” Dr. Church says. “Straight teeth help a person’s physical and mental health.”
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Greg Bennett

Greg Bennett is an editor and writer with Bennett Communications. His primary responsibilities are with Utah Valley Magazine and the company's custom publications division. He's the father of four children and has been married to his wife, Adria, for 19 years. Contact Greg at greg.utahvalley360@gmail.com.

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