Dentist In Anchorage, AK Offers Comprehensive And Full-Care Dentistry

September 20, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Anchorage, Alaska based Healthy Smiles Dental is pleased to inform the communities they serve that they specialize in a wide range of dental services, including general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, teeth whitening, and sedation dentistry. The clinic’s resident dentist, Dr. Terry J. Preece is also one of the most trusted dentists in Anchorage and the surrounding areas, with more than 35 years of professional experience in the field of comprehensive and general dentistry.

“At Healthy Smiles Dental, we recognize that dentistry is a combination of both art and science, and our goal is to provide our patients with the smiling, healthy confidence they seek at the greatest level of comfort possible. With our state-of-the-art, comfortable office and our team of gentle and relatable staff, our mission is to provide you with reliable dental services in a calm and serene atmosphere that will help you feel at ease, especially if you are nervous,” says Dr. Preece.

As noted on the clinic’s website at, adults are more susceptible to a number of complex dental issues, such as missing teeth, failing dental work, pain and discomfort, denture problems, gum disease, and cosmetic issues due to trauma or aging. Fortunately, Dr. Preece from Healthy Smiles Dental has years of experience in diagnosing and treating even the most complex dental problems. He is capable of performing an extensive and thorough examination that includes an oral cancer check as well as a soft tissue, muscle, and joint exam. He also specializes in bite analysis, gum evaluation, tooth and filling assessment, cavity risk analysis, and cosmetic evaluation.

“At Healthy Smiles Dental, we will formulate a number of options for your care to help you decide which solution will best meet your needs. Furthermore, you can proceed with the treatment at a pace with which you are comfortable, and we will create a comprehensive after-treatment plan so you can go back to your normal routine as fast as possible,” says Dr. Preece.

The clinic also offers their patients the convenience of having most procedures completed in-house so they do not have to transfer from one facility to another to receive a complete treatment. However, on the rare occasion that a patient needs a referral, Dr. Preece works with a network of competent specialists who can provide the finest dental care that the patient deserves. Aside from providing a wide range of dental services, Healthy Smiles Dental also communicates with most insurance companies as a courtesy and service to their patients. Notably, they accept dental insurance from Premera Blue Cross, MetLife, Cigna, Connection Dental, Delta, Guardian, and GEHA.

Dr. Preece is a renowned and highly-skilled dentist Anchorage residents can trust, based on a number of positive reviews and recommendations shared online. He has an average rating of 4.9/5.0 on the Google review platform.

Paul Montgomery, in a Google review, said, “I've had plenty of dental work done in the past but I've never had an exam as thorough as the one I had with Dr. Preece. I am incredibly impressed and so glad that my family has found this practice. Our previous dentist had retired. Everyone from Healthy Smiles Dental is exceptional. If you are in need of a dentist, I can't stress enough how wonderful and professional this office is.”

Meanwhile, Daryl Kuemerle says, “I had been looking for a good dentist in Anchorage for several years. My first experience with Dr. Preece was in urgent care, as I had broken a molar. Dr. Preece stayed late to help me with my tooth the same day I called to make an appointment. Dr. Preece has a true passion for what he does and is the best dentist I have seen in Anchorage. The care I received prompted me to make further appointments for a cleaning and examination. Both the cleaning and the exam were very thorough. This is a nice, small practice where I received very personal care. I am extremely glad I found them.”

Complete details can be found on the clinic’s website. Clients may also send an email or call the service hotline to inquire about the dental services they provide. Furthermore, interested parties may connect with Healthy Smiles Dental through their official social media pages to stay up to date with their latest news and important announcements.


For more information about Healthy Smiles Dental, contact the company here:

Healthy Smiles Dental
Dr. Terry J. Preece
12501 Old Seward Hwy Suite C Anchorage, AK 99515

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