Meet Dr. Argyle
Dr. Jaren C. Argyle, DMD
Argyle Dental Sleep and TMJ was started and operated as Argyle Dental in 2005. We’ve been providing comprehensive dental care to individuals and families throughout the Davis and Wever communities. In 2021, the name of the practice was changed to Argyle Dental Sleep and TMJ to help patients in the area recognize that in addition to providing comprehensive dental care, we also help with snoring, sleep apnea, and TMJ.
As the owner of Argyle Dental Sleep and TMJ, Dr. Argyle sets the vision for the practice and ensures that all patients will benefit from their visit to the office. He also determines the pace of the practice allowing adequate time for each of our patients so they don’t feel hurried or rushed.
Argyle Dental Sleep and TMJ is one of several dental practices in the state of Utah that’s qualified to provide treatment for sleep-disordered breathing, which includes snoring and obstructive sleep apnea as well as disorders of the temporomandibular joint.
Exceptional Care at Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ
Dr. Argyle has received additional training to become a qualified dentist with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), a designation that only ten other dentists in the entire state of Utah currently hold. He’s also currently working on his diplomat status with the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine (ABDSM). We look forward to the opportunity to help you better your life by improving your sleep or helping relieve you of your pain.
Part of our exceptional care includes providing patients with a variety of sleep apnea treatment solutions, ensuring that everyone gets the care they need for their unique situation. Our top solution is oral appliance therapy. Dr. Argyle can provide you with a custom-fitted oral appliance that’s effective, comfortable, and discreet. To learn more, give us a call today at (801)-774-0600.
Training and Continuing Education
Dr. Argyle graduated from Utah State University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology. Following Utah State, he traveled to the east coast where he received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Argyle constantly exceeds the number of yearly required hours in continuing education. He feels it’s extremely important to always be learning and staying at the leading edge of the dental sciences, technology, and materials.
Dentistry, like many other sciences, is continually changing and improving. Dr. Argyle has received special training in dental implant placement, dental sleep medicine for the treatment of snoring and obstructive sleep apnea, as well as TMJ therapy for individuals suffering from headaches and pain. He’s involved with local study clubs as well as multiple international study clubs that consist of the top dentists in the world in the prevention and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and TMJ disorders.
Another focus of care is specific to patients that have upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS). These patients typically don’t have significant enough of an obstruction to be diagnosed with sleep apnea but often suffer from similar symptoms of tiredness, worn dentition, or head or neck pain.
After learning how to effectively manage and treat adult patients with these different conditions, Dr. Argyle has most recently started extensive training to help prevent these conditions through helping children who have been diagnosed with or are at risk for sleep-disordered breathing. He’s learned to manage pediatric patients in a way that will prevent or significantly decrease their risk for these potentially life-threatening conditions.
We work closely with medical professionals in the area to properly maintain a medical diagnosis prior to treating patients for any of these underlying diseases. Dr. Argyle loves to see the change in patients’ lives as they have renewed energy and perspective on their new life.
Out of the Office
Dr. Argyle loves to spend time with his family almost anywhere. He has a wonderful wife and two great kids. During the summer he loves to ride his mountain bike all over the mountains of Northern Utah and the rocks of Central and Southern Utah. Recently he developed a passion for wake surfing and wake foiling on the lakes. He keeps himself busy during the winter on his snowboard or a set of skis.
Dr. Argyle is constantly involved in the community. He’s often found at various community sporting events or helping with different service projects. He’s also been involved in raising oral health awareness in the community by visiting various elementary schools and teaching the youth how to properly care for their teeth as well as continually supporting the community’s events.
His most recent humanitarian trip took him to Guatemala to provide free dental services for the wonderful people of Guatemala City. His latest venture is being the proud owner of two amazing miniature Goldendoodles, Milo and Max.
Meet Our Argyle Dental Team
Troya has worked in the dental field for over thirteen years and loves it. She loves working at Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ with Dr. Argyle and the rest of the team. She loves meeting new people and getting to know each of our patients. When she is not in the office she enjoys boating, fishing, four-wheeling, reading, shopping, and spending time with her family. She has three daughters and six grandbabies. Troya grew up and currently lives in Clearfield.
Shannon has been a patient at Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ since moving to Syracuse 13 years ago. She was a Medical Assistant prior to starting her family. She recently decided to put her skills to use and is excited to join our team at Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ. She is married and has three daughters. Shannon loves spending time with her family at home and up in the mountains. She enjoys raising chickens, watching birds, and gardening. She looks forward to meeting new people and is excited to work with all of our patients. Shannon is also being trained to help with our sleep patients here at our practice.
Malerie initially worked as an assistant for about two years at Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ when Dr. Argyle first came out of dental school. She has spent the last 12 years being a mom and helping to raise her wonderful kids. We are lucky to have her back as her kids are getting older. Malerie loves meeting new people and enjoys working with the team here at Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ. She is married and has three children, one daughter and two boys. Malerie loves hanging out with her family and friends, camping, swimming, going to movies, and going out to eat at local restaurants. Malerie grew up here in Syracuse and currently lives in Layton.
Shadie has been a Dental Assistant for the past two years and absolutely loves what she does. She looks forward to coming to work and seeing her co-workers each morning and seeing our patients and their smiles. In her spare time, Shadie loves to go to the sand dunes, kayaking, fishing, and hunting.
Why Choose Us?
Dr. Argyle works closely with all of the local sleep physicians in treating snoring and sleep apnea. He’s a qualified Dentist with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine which allows him to be one of the best in the entire state of Utah for oral appliance therapy for the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. At your first visit, Dr. Argyle will talk to you about the benefits of treatment and go over any questions you may have. You’ll also receive information on its potential side effects and the cost of therapy.
From there, you’ll receive a complete clinical evaluation. This includes an examination of your teeth, jaw, tongue, and airway, and a panoramic radiograph of your mouth to allow us to evaluate your jaw structure, joints, and teeth. Oral appliances are customized using digital or physical impressions and molds of your teeth. These models are sent to a dental laboratory where the appliance is made.
At the end of this appointment, you’ll be sent home with an overnight oximetry test so that we can get a baseline to compare with once we start treatment to verify that the treatment is beneficial to you and to get the oral appliance working to its maximum effectiveness so that you can receive the best results.
Once your oral appliance is ready, you’ll return to our office for a fitting. We’ll adjust the appliance to maximize its comfort and effectiveness. You’ll also learn how to clean and maintain your oral appliance.
Follow-up visits will be needed to ensure the optimal fit of your oral appliance. Effective oral appliances are always custom-fit and adjusted over time to ensure maximum effectiveness. Once we have you feeling great and have adjusted the oral appliance to what we feel is maximum effectiveness, we’ll perform another overnight oximetry test to verify these results.
Dr. Argyle will work closely with your sleep physician, updating them throughout the process. Often, your sleep physician will want to get you in for a follow-up appointment once we have you feeling your best. We’ll also schedule you for an annual assessment. These routine visits are an important part of your long-term treatment success.
Treating snoring or obstructive sleep apnea with oral appliance therapy can make you feel like a new person. You’ll find that your symptoms and your quality of life will improve drastically when you remain committed to your treatment and use it nightly. It’s likely that you’ll sleep better, have more energy, and feel sharper throughout the day. You’ll likely find that your bed partner starts to sleeps better too!
Treating sleep apnea promotes a healthier heart, body, and mind. With Dr. Argyle’s help, you can improve your sleep, your health, and bring about all new kinds of possibilities in your life with your renewed self.
Visit Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ
Dr. Argyle is one of the few dentists in Utah certified as a Qualified Sleep Dentist with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM). He has years of valuable experience with some of the top dentists in the world in the prevention and treatment of sleep apnea.
With comfortable and effective treatments, such as oral appliance therapy, Dr. Argyle is able to give all his patients a better night’s sleep. No matter what you seek relief for, we’ll find a solution to help regain your restless nights and improve your quality of life. Give us a call at (801) 416-3562 to schedule an appointment and get started today.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Dr. Argyle’s interests outside of the office?
Dr. Argyle loves to spend time with his wonderful wife and their two great kids. During the summer, he loves to ride his mountain bike all over the mountains of Northern Utah and the rocks of Central and Southern Utah.
Recently, Dr. Argyle has developed a passion for wake surfing and wake foiling on the lake. If he’s not on his bike or behind a boat, you can find him standing in the river with his fly rod. In the winter, he enjoys snowboarding and skiing.
How is Dr. Argyle involved in the community?
Dr. Argyle is constantly involved in the local community. He can often be found coaching various sports groups or visiting elementary schools to teach young people how to properly care for their teeth. You’re also likely to see or hear him as a loud supporter at community events.
How will Argyle Dental carry out its mission?
To accomplish our mission, we’ll utilize a highly trained and professional staff, state-of-the-art equipment and technology, and a genuine concern for our patients’ time. As a result of these provisions, we hope that our patients will:
- Feel highly satisfied with their personalized care
- Continue to be a part of our practice family
- Enjoy optimal oral health and beautiful smiles for a lifetime
- Refer their friends and family members to our practice
- Uphold their scheduling and financial commitments
Which services does your practice offer?
At Argyle Dental Sleep and TMJ, we feature a number of alternative treatments for patients who suffer from snoring, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and TMJ-related problems. Dr. Argyle also offers effective solutions for patients with poor sleeping patterns, Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (URAS), and treatment for pediatric airways to help with the proper development in children.