Syracuse, UT




Same Day Crowns

Crowns are a permanent covering over a tooth that has decayed or cracked. The decayed or damaged part is removed and built back up to provide for a strong foundation.


TMJ Treatment

Struggling with jaw pain or discomfort? Our expert TMJ treatments offer relief and improved quality of life. Discover how we can help you reclaim your comfort and peace of mind.


Dental Esthetics

Achieve the smile of your dreams with our cutting-edge dental esthetics services. From whitening to veneers, our skilled team will enhance your smile with precision and care. Explore the possibilities for a more confident you.


Exceptional Dental Care in Syracuse, UT

You will always find Dr. Argyle with a smile at Argyle Dental. He believes in trying to make a dental visit a great experience for everyone. Whether you are nervous or love coming to the dental office, Dr. Argyle and his dental team will always try and make your visit a great one. As the owner of Argyle Dental, Dr. Argyle sets the vision for the practice and ensures all patients will benefit from their visit to the office. He also determines the pace of the practice allowing adequate time for each of our patients so they don’t feel hurried or rushed. We look forward to the opportunity to help you have a healthy, happy smile. Give us a call today!

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We Offer the Following Services

Our goal is to help you achieve and maintain optimum dental health by regular hygiene visits, checkups and healthy home oral health habits

TMJ and Jaw Pain

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ) is a condition affecting the jaw joint and muscles that control jaw movement.

Sleep Related Issues

Sleep issues can encompass a range of problems, including disrupted sleep patterns, snoring, and sleep apnea.


A bridge can prevent shifting of the teeth and jaw problems by filling a space that a previous tooth occupied.


Meet Our Team in Syracuse, UT

Jaren C. Argyle



Office Manager



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What Our Customers Say

Dr Argyle and his staff were so helpful and mindful of me and my needs. I have anxiety when it comes to the dentist and these folks are so amazing! Thank you

Maynayz & Kale

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Argyle Dental is a great place for dental work. They have a friendly caring staff and they have taken care of all of our dental needs. They are professional and skilled. Their office is clean and prompt. We love going there.

Ann Flint

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If you are looking for a great dental office go to Argyle dental. Dr. Argyle and his staff provide professional, skilled care and a friendly atmosphere. Give him a try. You won’t regret it.

Luap “Lizio” Oizilopop

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Crown?

A crown is a restoration that covers, or “caps,” a tooth to restore it to its normal shape and size, strengthening and improving the appearance of a tooth. Crowns are necessary when a tooth is generally broken down and fillings won’t solve the problem. If a tooth is cracked, a crown holds the tooth together to seal the cracks so the damage doesn’t get worse. Crowns are also used to restore a tooth when there isn’t enough of the tooth remaining to provide support for a large filling, attach a bridge, protect weak teeth from fracturing, restore fractured teeth, or cover badly shaped or discolored teeth.

To prepare the tooth for a crown, it is reduced so the crown can fit over it. An impression of the teeth and gums is made and sent to the lab for crown fabrication. A temporary crown is fitted over the tooth until the permanent crown is made. On the next visit, Dr. Argyle will remove the temporary crown and cements the permanent crown onto the tooth.

How long do crowns last?

Crowns should last approximately five to eight years. However, with good oral hygiene and supervision, most crowns will last for a much longer period of time. Some damaging habits like grinding your teeth, chewing ice or fingernail biting may cause this period of time to decrease significantly.

How should I take care of my crown?

To prevent damaging or fracturing the crown, avoid chewing hard foods, ice, or other hard objects. You also want to avoid teeth grinding. Besides visiting Dr. Argyle and brushing twice a day, cleaning between your teeth is vital with crowns. Floss or interdental cleaners (specially shaped brushes and sticks) are important tools to remove plaque from the crown area where the gum meets the tooth. Plaque in that area can cause dental decay and gum disease.

What is Gum (Periodontal) Disease?

Gum disease, or periodontal disease is a chronic inflammation and infection of the gums and surrounding tissue. It is the major cause of about 70 percent of adult tooth loss, affecting three out of four persons at some point in their life. Periodontal diseases include gingivitis and periodontitis.


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Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ provides trustworthy, compassionate care that’s safe for patients both young and old. Learn about our comprehensive dental services.

Contact Info

Address: 780 S. 2000 W. Suite E-301 Syracuse, UT 84075

Email: argyledentalut@gmail.com

Phone: 801-774-0600

Fax: (801) 774-6560

Business Hours

Mon - Tue 8:00am - 5:00pm

Wed - Thur 7:00am - 12:00pm

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