Aspire Surgical Blog

Our Surgery Goals For The New Year at Aspire Surgical in the Salt Lake City, UT area

Our Goals for the New Year

As the new year approaches, it’s a great time to reflect on the past year and set goals for the future. At our oral and maxillofacial surgery practice, we have a few key resolutions that we are committed to achieving in the coming year. First and foremost, we want to continue providing the highest level […]

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Five Questions to Ask Your Oral Surgeon

The prospect of surgery is scary, no matter the reason for the procedure. Thankfully, patients can calm their fears, at least mostly, by meeting with their oral surgeon before their scheduled procedure. This consultation visit is the ideal opportunity for patients to ask questions they might have of the surgeon and ease their mind over […]

wisdom teeth removal xray at Aspire Surgical in Salt Lake City, UT

Helping Your Child Prepare for Oral Surgery

Oral surgery, as with any medical procedure, can be a frightening experience for anyone. For a child, it can be even more so because they are likely to have encountered fewer procedures in their young lives, and the fear of the unknown can be nerve-wracking and lead to anxiety. The good news is, you can […]

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Understanding The Differences Between Dentistry And OMS

When to See a Dentist The following situations constitute a visit to a regular dentist office. It’s important to note that regular visits to the dentist are essential for optimal oral health. See a dentist for: Repairs to damaged teeth, requiring crowns, onlays, or fillings. Root canals. Dentures. Routine dental care, such as teeth cleanings. […]

Anesthesia For Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is a procedure that many people will require at some point in their lives. Whether it’s pulling a tooth, extracting impacted wisdom teeth, or more invasive procedures like reconstruction, most of us will find ourselves sitting in that chair for more than a routine check-up. Many of the frequent questions we receive concern […]