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    WHERE BRUSHING YOUR GRIN IS FUN

Welcome to Little Bear Dental, where we protect your cub’s grin and make it fun!

Little Bear Dental is Utah’s most innovative and specialized dental practice for cubs of all ages – infants, toddlers, pre-teens and adolescents. Visiting the dentist should not be a dreaded experience, we turn it into an adventure!

We hope that you will become a member of our Bear Den’s family and allow us to treat your cub’s dental needs. We look forward to meeting you and your cubs and becoming Bear Dental friends for life!

Step on in and tour our new office and meet our friendly bear cub adventure staff. We hope you will consider us your “Dental Home” for your cubs!.” Dental health is a lifelong commitment that starts at a very young age. We work closely with Ma and Pa Bears so we can help your cubs have a healthy grin that will last a lifetime.

At Little Bear Dental, Dr. Weston Jones and his highly trained bear cub adventure staff will accommodate your cub’s dental needs and will provide individualized care. We treat your cub as our own and want to make this a fun and memorable experience for everyone!

Your cub will be begging you to bring them back soon! After all, unlike most dentists, we are not just treating teeth, rather, at Little Bear Dental, we provide fun and loving care to each of our cubs, motivating them to take care of their grins forever!

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Fun Facts

  • Dr. ‘Bear’ Jones loves the great outdoors so much that he brought the magic of the outdoors into his office.
  • Some of Dr. ‘Bear’ Jones most unforgettable experiences happened at an early age on the dairy farm. 5am mornings, making rounds to feed the animals, scrubbing milk barns, shoveling cow manure, were a daily routine. Every once in awhile he finds himself missing the fresh farm smell.
  • Bears have been honored in many cultures. They are seen as a symbol of power, strength and love.
  • Most bears have 42 large teeth, 10 more than what humans have.
  • Do bears love Honey or is that just Winnie the Pooh?

    Bears eat honey, but what they enjoy best about finding a beehive is eating the bees and larvae inside.
  • How did the Teddy Bear come to be?

    In 1902, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, also known as Teddy Roosevelt, was out hunting bears. He came across a bear cub that would have been a great hunting trophy but he chose to let the bear live. The story spread quickly and the Teddy Bear came to be!
  • A male bear is called a boar or a he-bear. A female bear is called a sow or a she-bear. A group of bears is called a sleuth or sloth.
  • Bears are intelligent animals. They have far superior navigation skills to humans; excellent memories; love to play and hunt.
  • Bears care deeply about family members. They will risk their lives in order to save a cub or sibling from danger.