Verde Valley Orthodontics has new owner

Love of mountains brought Dr. Nick Booth's expertise to local dental patients

Dr. Nick Booth

Dr. Nick Booth

VERDE VALLEY - A love of mountains and high hopes for Cottonwood resulted in new ownership this March of the Verde Valley Orthodontics Cottonwood Office by Dr. Nick Booth.

"We wanted a smaller community to raise our family and Cottonwood reminds us of the towns we grew up in," said Dr. Booth. "We are excited to establish our roots in Cottonwood and serve the community."

A native of Riverton, UT, Dr. Booth is joined by wife Chelsey and two-year-old son Lincoln. Dr. Booth was an All-American basketball player at Westminster College in Salt Lake City and earned his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the University of Nevada. The Booths enjoy many outdoor activities such as mountain biking.

Verde Valley Orthodontics treats children and adults with dental and facial irregularities caused by crowded, impacted and missing teeth. By designing and applying corrective appliances, Dr. Booth is able to bring teeth, lips and jaws into proper alignment. Verde Valley Orthodontics also has an office in Sedona.

"We believe that the Verde Valley is on the verge of major growth that will benefit the community and local economy," said Dr. Booth. "We hope to contribute back to the community who treats us so well."

The Verde Valley Orthodontics Cottonwood Office is located at 10 N. Alamos Drive and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The phone number is 928 634 2121. For more information, visit the website


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