Dr. Jonathon S. Egbert grew up in the mountains of Sandy,Utah. He attended the University of Utah where he received his
Bachelors of Arts in Russian Language and Literature. He then attended The Creighton University School of Dentistry in Omaha, Nebraska where he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery.
His love for implant, reconstructive, and esthetic dentistry led him to attend a full-time three year Residency in Advanced Surgical Prosthodontics at The University of Tennessee where he earned a Masters of Dental Science in dental implant restorative materials.
Dr. Egbert is the only Prosthodontist in Davis County and one of only two surgically trained Prosthodontists in the state of Utah.
He has lectured nationally and internationally to dental students, residents, general dentists and other specialists on a variety of surgical and restorative procedures including 3 dimensional imaging techniques, virtual implant treatment planning,computer aided diagnosis, precision surgical placement as well as ideal and predictable complex prosthetic design and fabrication.
He also serves as an adjunct faculty member at Creighton University and a faculty member at Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine where he lectures to aspiring dentists on state of the art implant procedures.
Dr. Egbert has a private practice located in Layton, Utah where he exclusively practices surgical prosthodontics. He lectures regularly and offers a number of continuing education courses in the community on various implant procedures.
Dr. Egbert loves to spend time with his wife and three children. Most of their time is spent on the ski hill.
Why should I choose a Prosthodontist?
mouth makeover, that they are receiving the highest level of care possible. Prosthodontists focus not only on appearance but also function, comfort, and long-term maintainability of all restorative treatment.
as the “architect” or “quarterback” of a dental team. A Prosthodontist often
leads a team of general dentists, specialists, and other health professionals
to find solutions to a patient’s dental needs. You should do research before
deciding on your restorative doctor so that you can be sure you’re in the best
possible hands. As an ADA recognized specialty, Prosthodontists are qualified
to provide state-of-the-art care and can complete the following treatments:
- Cosmetic Dentistry (Crowns, Bridges, Veneers)
- Dental Implants
- CBCT Imaging and Treatment Planning.
- Same Day, Incision-Free Implants and Crowns.
- Immediate Load Restorations (Single Unit – Full Arch)
- Hard and Soft Tissue Grafting.
- Full Mouth Reconstruction Fixed and or Removable.
- Challenging Removable Dentures and Partials.
- TMJ Diagnosis and Non-Surgical Treatment.
- Sleep Apnea Diagnosis and Non-Surgical Treatment.
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and I wouldn’t have wanted anyone else. He was not just the best; he was so nice and so
concerned about me as his patient. I would highly recommend him for any dental service
Cami Craig – Nobel Biocare