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Dr. David M. Chamberlain, DDS

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About Dr. David M. Chamberlain, DDS

Dr. David Chamberlain DDS is the practicing dentist at the bountiful located office "Chamberlain Dental Health", where along with his staff help treat dental patients with the best of care, the best quality, and the best treatment. Contact us today to get an appointment with Dr. Chamberlain. Contact Us
5 11, 2015

Six Steps To Quit Smoking

By | 2017-05-28T22:50:04+00:00 November 5th, 2015|Dental Education|0 Comments

I have served as a dentist for over 17 years. All of that time has been in beautiful Bountiful, Utah. During that time I have met many wonderful people. Unfortunately, some of them have developed a smoking addiction, or habit.  I cannot recall a single patient that smoked that wanted to keep smoking.  They all [...]

14 09, 2015

Finding Inspiration In Daily Living

By | 2015-08-31T23:37:08+00:00 September 14th, 2015|News|0 Comments

I don’t consider myself unique. So when I report to you that I need to be inspired, often, I am sure you do too. There are inspiring things all around us!  The world we live in is inspiring. Sunrises, the feel and smell of cool mornings, Fall leaves or summer flowers…our world is inspiring! People [...]

7 09, 2015

Can Baby Bottles Cause Tooth Decay?

By | 2017-05-28T22:50:04+00:00 September 7th, 2015|Dental Education|0 Comments

I empathize with new parents because I’ve been there. I remember those late or interrupted nights when a newborn needs to eat.  Night after night, sleep deprivation will take its toll on you.  I must confess that my wife usually…actually more than “usually”, almost always got up to take care of a crying, hungry baby. [...]

31 08, 2015

Should I Brush or Floss First?

By | 2017-05-28T22:50:04+00:00 August 31st, 2015|Dental Education|0 Comments

I get asked this question all the time.  In fact, as I sat down to write this blog, Randy, our business computer networking master and wizard was in my office.  I told him what I was writing about and he reminded me that he had asked me this question too. So which is it?  Brush [...]

24 08, 2015

How One Dentist Successfully Lost Weight

By | 2017-05-28T22:50:04+00:00 August 24th, 2015|Fun|0 Comments

As I have mentioned before, I am trying to be a marathon runner.  My best time, so far (called a PR, or Personal Record) is 3:48:08.  Respectable, but not a BQ (Boston Qualifier).  I had read or heard somewhere that, on average, for every pound of weight I lost, I could expect a minute faster [...]

10 08, 2015

Dentist Weekend Warrior to Marathon — Runners Beware!

By | 2016-12-26T19:16:42+00:00 August 10th, 2015|Fun|0 Comments

I was returning from Phoenix, Arizona, where I had attended a course offered by Dr. Michael Schuster on practice management. Mike likes to recommend books, lots of books, to his students to read. So I was on a plane reading a book on goal setting. In the book was a worksheet that the reader was [...]

3 08, 2015

How To Managing Anxiety & Stress as a Dentist

By | 2017-05-28T22:50:04+00:00 August 3rd, 2015|Dental Education|0 Comments

Dentistry is a dynamic, high-tech, challenging and fun profession.  It requires fine neuro-motor skills, an understanding of anatomy, artistic ability, an eye for creating esthetics, a continuous ability to stay on top of technological advancement, and a hundred (perhaps thousands of) other things…all while maintaining an ability to perceive emotion. We may have one patient [...]

30 07, 2015

Surprise Wedding Proposal From the Dental Chair

By | 2017-05-28T22:50:04+00:00 July 30th, 2015|Video|0 Comments

One of our Dental Assistants (Bri) recently got engaged and it happened right here at our Dental Office with a Surprise Wedding Proposal! Her boyfriend Tanner (now fiancé) came to Chamberlain Dental Health pretending to have a toothache. Bri was to assist Dr. Chamberlain to work on his tooth and was told there was to be cameras [...]

27 07, 2015

Gratitude from a Dentist: Bite Down and Wiggle and a Bowl of Soup

By | 2017-05-28T22:50:11+00:00 July 27th, 2015|Fun|0 Comments

While reading up on managing stress, I came across a quote by Martin Seligman, a University of Pennsylvania psychologist, who suggested, in his book, Authentic Happiness, that readers complete a daily "gratitude exercise " which involves listing  things that make them grateful. This shifts people away from bitterness and despair, he says, and promotes happiness. Reading this [...]