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Mobile Dental Hygiene of St. George

Now serving the homebound and those residing in assisted living and long-term care in the St. George and surrounding areas.

Danyelle Evans, RDH

Danyelle Evans has proudly been serving Southern Utah since 1997.

Oral Hygiene is good for your whole body

Your oral hygiene practices effect more than just your smile!  Studies show that poor oral health is linked to several diseases such as heart disease, stroke, arthritis, and diabetes!

An Easier way to get your teeth cleaned

Providing all preventive and non-surgical therapeutic periodontal services.

Danyelle Evans

About Us

We believe prevention should be accessible and affordable.  This is why we bring our portable equipment and expertise to you.  Contact us today to discuss an appointment for you or your loved one.

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Danyelle Evans

Danyelle Evans, RDH

Danyelle has worked as a Registered Dental Hygienist since 2005.  In 2017, she started Mobile Dental Hygiene of St. George to bring dental hygiene services to the underserved populations of her community.

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Danyelle Evans

The Mouth / Body Connection

Mobile Dental Hygiene strongly believes in order to have good overall health, one must have good oral health.  Good oral health is essential to lifelong health and well-being through every season of life.

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Danyelle Evans

Our Services

In an effort to make treatment affordable and more attainable, most services are provided for a flat, per visit rate rather than per procedure cost.  Any consultation done with the collaborating dentist is included as well.

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Mobile Dental Hygiene of St. George

Mobile Dental Hygiene of St George is committed to help you and your loved ones in Washington County obtain quality, compassionate, comprehensive care through every season of life.

Mobile Dental Hygiene is here to provide all preventive and non-surgical periodontal services to those who are residing in Assisted Living and Nursing Home facilities as well as those who are homebound and unable to walk through the traditional dental office door.

We bring our portable equipment and expertise to you.

Mobile Dental Hygiene collaborates with a local St. George dentist who will evaluate radiographs (x-rays) taken and diagnose any restorative recommendations through a tele-consult and/or case presentation by the hygienist.

We believe prevention should be accessible and affordable which is why most services are provided on a flat rate, per visit cost. Contact us today to make an appointment.

Danyelle Evans, RDH

Danyelle started working as a dental assistant in 1997 and has been a Registered Dental Hygienist since 2005 when she graduated top of her class clinically from what is now known as Dixie State University. Besides the top clinical award, she also received the 2004 Student of the Semester award and the 2005 Utah Campus Compact award, which is given annually to only one student, faculty and community member from every school in the state for recognition of their service learning collaborations. Upon graduation from the dental hygiene program, the American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) and Utah Dental Hygienists’ Association (UDHA) awarded Danyelle with their Future Leader Award. She has been a proud member of her professional association ever since, including her years as a student. The ADHA and UDHA have allowed her numerous volunteer and leadership opportunities throughout the years.
One of Danyelle’s proudest accomplishments is her volunteer work as the UDHA Legislative Chair. With the help of her committee, she successfully led her association through the process of passing Utah Senate Bill 177 which allows people who cannot walk through the traditional dental office door, direct access to a dental hygienist for preventive and therapeutic oral health services.

Danyelle loves being a dental hygienist and is known for providing gentle, thorough, comprehensive care with honesty and integrity. She values treating her patients as a whole person, not just a mouth, through every season of their life and meeting them where they are with their oral health goals. So whether you’re looking to continue the care you’ve always received or are looking for a fresh start, Danyelle is excited to help you obtain your optimal oral health. Contact us today to make an appointment.

The Mouth And Body Connection

Halitosis (Bad Breath)

Lack of regular brushing and flossing leaves food particles wedged between the teeth that collect bacteria and emit chemicals, like hydrogen sulfide—the same compound that gives rotten eggs their characteristic smell.

Xerostomia (Dry Mouth)

Dry mouth leads to not only bad breath, but increases the risk of cavities and mouth infections.  More than 400 of the most commonly prescribed medications are the most common cause of dry mouth.  Contact us to discuss ways to alleviate the condition.

Atherosclerosis / Stroke

High levels of disease-causing bacteria in the mouth can lead to clogging of the carotid artery and increased risk of stroke.  There is consistent and strong epidemiologic evidence that periodontitis increases risk for future cardiovascular disease.


Severe Osteopenia

Reduction in bone mass is associated with gum disease and related tooth loss.  Severity of osteopenia has been connected to tooth loss in post-menopausal women.

Periodontal (Gum) Disease

Bacteria left in the mouth and the body’s response to it causes bone and gum deterioration around the teeth, which leads to loosening and eventual loss of teeth.  25 percent of adults 60 years old and older no longer have ANY natural teeth…..Having missing teeth can affect nutrition, since people without teeth often prefer soft, easily chewed foods. Because dentures are not as efficient for chewing food as natural teeth, denture wearers also may choose soft foods and avoid fresh fruits and vegetables.

Respiratory (Lung) Infections

Inhaling bacteria from the mouth can lead to pneumonia. Dental plaque build-up creates a dangerous source of bacteria that can be inhaled into the lungs. Bacteria from periodontal disease can travel through the bloodstream to the lungs where it can aggravate respiratory systems – especially in patients who already have respiratory problems.


95% of U.S. adults with diabetes have periodontal disease and 1/3 of them have advanced disease that has led to tooth loss.  The combination of diabetes and periodontal disease can increase the risks associated with each condition.  Diabetes can alter the sulcus of the gum tissue, contributing to bacterial overgrowth.  People with Type II diabetes are 3X as likely to develop periodontal disease than are non-diabetics.  People with poor blood sugar control get gum disease more often and more severely, and they lose more teeth.  Smokers with diabetes increase their risk of tooth loss by 20X.

Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease

Evidence linking chronic infection and inflammation to cardiovascular disease has been accumulating.  It is clear that periodontal disease is capable of predisposing individuals to cardiovascular disease.  42% of patients studied with periodontal disease have one or more types of periodontal bacteria in the fatty deposits that attach to their blood vessel walls.

Our Services

Oral Health Services

  • Radiographs (X-rays)
  • Periodontal Exam (assessment of the gums and bones supporting the teeth)
  • Individualized Dental Hygiene Treatment Plan
  • Oral Cancer Screening
  • Dry Mouth Evaluation
  • Patient Specific Oral Hygiene Instruction
  • Denture Cleaning & Labeling
  • Restorative Evaluation via Tele-Consult with a Dentist

Preventive Services

  • Prophylaxis (preventive dental cleaning)
  • Topical Fluoride Treatments
  • Sealants

Therapeutic Services

  • Treatment of Moderate-Severe Gingivitis
  • Scaling & Root Planing for Treatment of Periodontal Disease
  • Periodontal Maintenance Therapy
  • Sensitive Tooth Treatments
  • Special Care Products
  • Follow-up Care

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