Dr. Chase Dansie

Founder, Dansie Orthodontics

Chase Dansie, DDS, DHSc began in the field of restorative dentistry. While he enjoyed the practice, he realized many of the problems could’ve been prevented through early orthodontic treatment, which shifted his career in that direction. Dr. Dansie currently leads Dansie Orthodontics, with offices out of Utah, and focuses on making patients more comfortable and confident.

As an adolescent, Dr. Chase Dansie spent a lot of time in the orthodontic chair. He knows first-hand the difference quality care can make, as well as a confident smile. Fueled by his childhood experiences, Dansie developed a passion for setting a smile straight.

Smile Like You Mean It

Publication Date: May 2018

Your child’s smile is important. Poorly aligned teeth or jaws can affect your child growing up around peers―and they can even impact his or her careers later in life. Significant medical problems can also occur due to a lack of a straight smile, including chronic migraines, gum disease, and infections. So, what’s the solution, then?

The first step is choosing the right orthodontist―one who will not only assess and treat you or your child’s needs, but who will also be someone you trust and feel comfortable with. This is where Dr. Chase Dansie comes in. With his experience as a specialist in orthodontics, Dr. Dansie focuses on the highest quality treatment for his patients to not only give them beautiful smiles, but to give them reasons to smile every single day.

Smile Like You Mean It: A Parent’s Guide to Orthodontics will teach you all you need to know about the inner workings and recommendations of an orthodontist, including:

• signs you or your child need to see an orthodontist
• the differences between a dentist and an orthodontist
• what you can expect from an initial consultation and exam
• suggestions on how to choose the right orthodontist

There is nothing more joyful than a child’s smile―make sure they are satisfied and able to smile like they mean it!

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