HOLLADAY, UTAH – Dr. Andrew Ericksen, a Holladay cosmetic dentist, has started a new rewards program for patients who refer a friend or family member to his practice.
To kick off the referral program, Dr. Ericksen, who operates Holladay Dental Studio, will hold a drawing for patients to win a new Apple watch. Every patient who refers a new patient to Holladay Dental Studio can place their name in the raffle.
“We are excited to start this new referral program because it gives back to our loyal patients who trust in us to care for their friends and family members,” Dr. Ericksen said. “It is our way of saying thank you and rewarding them for their dedication.”
The number of raffle entries depends on the number of patients someone refers, meaning the patient with the most referrals has the greatest chance of winning the Apple watch. Dr. Ericksen will hold the drawing on Nov. 1.
In addition to the raffle, Holladay Dental Studio recently donated more than two dozen stuffed animals to the local Holladay Fire Station for kids who have lost their homes or suffered traumatic situations. The staff of Holladay Dental Studio has been collecting the stuffed animals for the past year and dropped off the donations July 8.
Dr. Ericksen said he was grateful that both staff members and patients contributed to the effort.
“Most of our staff have kids, so a service project that helped kids really hit home for all of us,” Dr. Ericksen said. “We love our own kids and love to help the kids in our community in need.”
Holladay Dental Studio will continue its stuffed animal drive for a winter drop-off and is seeking more donations from the public. The stuffed animals must be in good condition and be 8 inches or less in height.
“We’d love your donations for the stuffed animal drive,” Dr. Ericksen said. “Any number of stuffed animals makes a difference, and we know that the city of Holladay appreciates your efforts.”
Holladay Dental Studio, 2160 E. 4500 S., Suite 3, is a comprehensive dental practice located in a newly remodeled office with four operatories. The practice handles general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, orthodontics and dental implant cases. The practice uses dental implants to replace individual missing teeth or to stabilize patients’ dentures. Holladay Dental Studio also provides Invisalign, a special orthodontic method that uses clear aligners to straighten teeth instead of uncomfortable brackets and wires.
Dr. Ericksen is a Holladay native who attended Olympus High School and later graduated from the University of Utah with an undergraduate degree in international studies.
He earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from Creighton University in 2011 and took over at Holladay Dental Studio in 2012. Before acquiring Holladay Dental Studio, Dr. Ericksen worked at Premier Dental Care in West Valley City. Dr. Ericksen also completed a dental implant residency at the Whitecap Institute, and he is a member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry and the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.