720 S River Rd Suite B-210, St. George, Utah 84790

Your Mouth Is THE GATEWAY TO YOUR BODY AND HEALTH

Learn What Your Mouth Says About Your Health

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Biological Dentistry

It is the practice of diagnosing, preventing, treating, and maintaining oral health using natural therapies.

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Airway & Sleep Dentistry

Sleep Airway Solutions treats sleep apnea & snoring in St. George, Utah. Visit our office today!

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Family Dentistry

We provide dental services to your entire family with comprehensive, gentle dental care.

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Tongue Tie Release

Releasing a tongue-tie is a safe and simple procedure that may help with breastfeeding problems.

Welcome to
Gateway Oral Health Center, providing Biological, Natural, Holistic, and Functional Dentistry

Dr. Eagar is a functional and biological dentist who is passionate about the Mouth-Body Connection. He wants you to be the healthiest you can be. Dr. Eagar treats sleep apnea through oral sleep appliances.

At Gateway OHC, we take pride in all of our work. We truly appreciate your interest in our dental services and placing your trust in our hands. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Dr. Bryce Eagar and his team provide patients in the area with a health-focused approach to dentistry. From simple cleanings to tongue tie release, our team is equipped and experienced in providing natural, holistic, functional, and biological dentistry solutions for patients in and around the community of Washington County.

What is biological dentistry?

Biological dentistry focuses on providing dental care that is not only good for your teeth and gums but also good for your overall health. Dr. Eagar takes a whole-body approach to dentistry and believes that the mouth is the gateway to the body. This means that by taking care of your oral health, you can have a positive impact on your overall health.

What are the benefits of biological dentistry?

There are many advantages to choosing a biological dentist like Dr. Eagar. 

Some of the benefits include:

  • Improved oral health
  • Improved overall health
  • Safe and effective treatments
  • Minimally invasive procedures
  • Natural solutions

What services does Gateway Oral Health Center offer?

At Gateway Oral Health Center, we offer a wide range of dental services to meet the needs of our patients. Some of the services we offer include:

We also offer several different payment options to make our services more accessible to our patients. We accept cash, check, and credit card. We are not a preferred provider with any insurance but will work to help you maximize your dental benefits.

Your mouth is the gateway to your body and health

If you are interested in learning more about biological dentistry with Dr. Bryce Eagar and his team, we welcome you to call the office at (435) 656-0255 to request a new patient appointment. The office is conveniently located at 720 South River Road, Suite B-210, and is open to new patients.

Mouth Body Connection

We strongly believe that the mouth is the gateway to the body. Reaching the goal of a healthy mouth is a key to overall health.

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Click the icons below to learn more about how your health is affected by your mouth.

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Alzheimer’s Disease

Tooth loss & gum disease increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease

Mayo Clinic

Gum disease increases the risk of neck & head cancer.

-AAOSH

Brain

Alzheimer’s Disease

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Periodontal Disease

The Surgeon General reports that at least 80% of American adults have gum disease

-AAOSH

Cavities are caused by a germ that spreads while kissing & sharing food.

-American Academy for Oral Systemic Health

Teeth

Periodontal Disease

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Atherosclerosis

Bacteria in your mouth travel to other parts of your body in your bloodstream.

-American Academy for Oral Systemic Health

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Atherosclerosis

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Airway

Gum disease increases the risk of head and neck cancer.

-AAOSH

Airway

Head & Neck Cancer

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Heart Disease

“People with Gum Disease are 2X as likely to die from Heart Attack and 3X as likely to die from stroke.”

 – Mayo Clinic

Heart

Heart Disease

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Respiratory Problems

Poor oral hygiene can increase the risk for pneumonia & respiratory infections.

-Journal of American Dental Association

Lungs

Respiratory Problems

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

“Research has found an association between gum disease and rheumatoid arthritis.” 

– American Academy of Family Physicians

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Kidney Disease

“Gum disease increases pancreatic & kidney cancer risk by 62%.” 

– Harvard

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Kidney Disease

Pregnancy Complications

“Pregnant women with gum disease have only a 1 in 7 chance of giving birth to a healthy child of normal size.” 

– AAOSH

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Pregnant Woman

Pregnancy Complications

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Diabetes

Diabetes & bleeding gums increases your risk of premature death by 400-700%

-American Academy for Oral Systemic Health

93% of people with gum disease are at risk for diabetes.

-AAOSH

Diabetes

Diabetes & Bleeding Gums

In House VIP Loyalty Program

Call (435) 656-0255 to talk about our membership plan to receive benefits throughout the year.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Meet Our Team

The dentists at Gateway Oral Health Center are dedicated to providing comprehensive, personalized dental care to our patients.

Dr. Bryce Eagar

Dr. Eagar is passionate about total body health and how the mouth is a key component of health. He believes in treating people as individuals and strives to care for his patients as he would his family. Dr. Eagar cares about staying up to date with the latest education, techniques, and technology.

Dr. Bryce
Dr. Bryce
Hyg. Valery
Hyg. Valery

Valeri – Hygienist

A Friendly and effective dental hygienist with over 3 years of performing oral hygiene procedures and assessing oral health. Reduced patient stress by 50% through alternative chair-side procedures. Seeking to continue building dental skills as the lead dental hygienist.

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