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Salt Lake Area Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery & Jaw Surgery

Our surgeons provide a wide range of oral surgery & jaw surgery procedures to meet your needs and help you regain your oral health. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons may recommend oral or jaw surgery for a variety of problems, from correcting the effects of periodontal disease and oral abnormalities to reconstructive work following trauma. We welcome you to contact us to learn more about oral surgery and to schedule your appointment at Aspire Surgical.

  • Board Certified Oral Surgeons
  • Specialist in oral and maxillofacial surgery
  • Surgeons are affiliations with many area hospitals
Aspire Surgical
114 E. 12450 S. #104
Draper, UT84020
Phone: 801-693-6824
Aspire Surgical
216 E. Main St
Lehi, UT 84043
Phone: 385-336-0272
Aspire Surgical
6268 S 900 E
Murray, UT 84121
Phone: 801-905-8182
Aspire Surgical
7390 Creek Road #101
Sandy, UT 84093
Phone: 801-783-1978
Aspire Surgical
2750 W Rasmussen Rd, Ste 106
Park City, UT 84098
Phone: 435-615-9840
Aspire Surgical
6287 S Redwood Rd #103
Taylorsville, UT 84123
Phone: 801-693-4719
Aspire Surgical
493 S. Main St #200
Heber City, UT 84032
Phone: 435-222-5842

Full Range of Oral Surgery Services

We provide a full range of oral surgery & jaw surgery procedures performed by Salt Lake’s most experienced, board certified surgeons.

Why Oral Surgery?

The goal of oral surgery is to improve the function, health, and appearance of your smile and the surrounding structures, such as your jaw. In many cases, we strive to provide the most conservative treatment possible. Oral surgery may be necessary, however, to correct certain conditions and improve your oral and overall health. Oral surgery may include:

  • Tooth extraction (for teeth that are decayed, damaged, or infected to the point that an effective restoration is impossible)
  • Wisdom teeth removal (for wisdom teeth that are impacted or have grown in at an incorrect angle)
  • Jaw surgery (to treat a TMJ disorder, to correct uneven jaw growth, or to improve the fit of dentures)
  • Bone grafts (to increase bone density and/or to improve the chances for a successful dental implant)