By

Jill Dorrough
Regular office hours resume May 4th.
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We hope you are all staying well during this crazy time. We look forward to a time where we can all resume our normal lives and worries. We know it is very stressful for all of humanity right now, but we know better days are ahead. Dr. Dorrough’s catchphrase these days is “locus of control.”...
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Dr. Dorrough is still on a quest to fill the office walls with photographs of beautiful places in Utah. We hope you enjoy these pictures he took on a recent trip through southern Utah and northern Arizona. It was a dark sky weekend, with no moon, which allowed him to photograph the Milky Way galactic core...
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Our family spent 10 days in July driving a giant circle around Utah. I had always wanted to see the southeast corner of Utah, and although I grew up in Utah, I had never been to Moab, Arches or Canyonlands. I get a little excited when geology is the subject, and this trip was dreamy. Mark...
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Dr. Dorrough has always loved taking photos. Even when he was a teenager, he bought a very nice Canon A1 camera and Canon lens, and he took lots of photos. When I met him, he had that same camera from his teenage years, and it still looked brand new. He brought the camera on every...
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We frequently get asked about our building, especially about who designed it and who we hired to build it. The answer–The Lythgoes. Lane Lythgoe was our architect. When we met him, we were complete strangers, and now he is one of our dearest friends. It was very important to us hire a local architect who...
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2 years ago today we broke ground on our office building. So many miracles happened to make it possible, and it was a very happy day. Mark was still working in Oregon for the guys who bought his practice, and we had closed on the sale of our Oregon dental building just weeks before we...
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We are back in the office after taking a week off for Dr. Dorrough to go run the Boston Marathon. It was his fifth Boston, and very memorable. The weather on race day was awful, but 30,000 runners didn’t care and took to the streets to run 26.2 miles from Hopkinton to Boston. The cold,...
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That is my ringtone for when Mark calls me. Dave Loggins, “Please come to Boston….” Because the Boston Marathon is in the springtime, and we are so excited to go. Dr. Dorrough finished his last 20-mile training run on Saturday, and has started his 3-week taper before the Boston Marathon. It’s on Monday, April 16th...
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My entire adult life I have wanted to be a notary. I don’t know why, but the thought of owning a journal full of lines and a cool stamp with my name on it just seemed so exciting. Over the years we have needed many documents notarized, and it was always so complicated to find...
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