Dr. Michael Tribe graduated from Ogden High School with the class of 1976. Dr. Tribe spent the next two years as Elder Tribe on a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New Zealand. Following his mission he then earned his Bachelors degree from Weber State University in Zoology with a minor in Chemistry in 1982. He then attended the University of Nebraska from 1982-1986 and earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery. Dr. Tribe then returned home to Ogden, Utah to practice dentistry.
Dr. Michael Tribe started his first practice with his father Dr. A. Lee Tribe and his uncle Dr. Dale Tribe at 27th and Quincy Avenue in downtown Ogden. After his father retired, Michael took over the practice and stayed at this location until 1997.
With partner Dr. Brett Moyes they built the new office in 1997 at 1770 E 5625 S. This office houses both Dr. Tribe and Dr. Moyes on the top floor and has space for three others downstairs. The office is constantly updated with the newest dental technology to better serve each patient.
Dr. Tribe will fashion a free mold of your baby’s hand. This is a $95 value, but patients get it free! It only takes a few minutes to capture a memory that will last a lifetime. Click read more to see Dr. Tribe’s first grandson’s fist mold!
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When I was young I had a cap put on my tooth by a different dentist, it was such a horrible experience I did not go to a dentist for years until I married. In my thirties my cap failed and I was without a front tooth, Dr. Tribe did an implant, my smile looks better then before and it was pain free. His staff is so amazing, polite, and go the extra mile to make sure they do everything they can to help you. My little girls get excited to go to the dentist even when they have cavities, that says it all. Thanks again to everyone in Dr. Tribes office.
When my son was about 10, he broke his front tooth–the day before school started! Dr. Tribe fixed it so well that a dental lab technician couldn’t tell which was the real tooth and which was the “mended” one. The new tooth survived braces and is now 13 or 14 years old and still looks great!
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