Our team is trained in administering intravenous (IV) sedation or outpatient general anesthesia in our state-of-the-art offices. You will be continuously monitored during and after surgery to ensure your comfort.
Welcome to Our Practice
Since 1994, Dr. Gregory E. Anderson has provided advanced oral and maxillofacial surgery to the communities of Garland and Logan, UT. Our practice is committed to providing the highest level of care by using advanced equipment and modern techniques. When you choose us for your oral surgery, our warm and friendly staff will ensure you feel comfortable and at ease through every stage of treatment. Our goal is not just to alleviate your pain and symptoms, but to set you and your family up for success in the future by improving your oral health.
As an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Anderson manages a wide variety of problems that your dentist may not be qualified to treat. He practices a full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery, with expertise in dental implant placement, wisdom tooth removal, and corrective jaw surgery. He also rebuilds bone structure with minimally invasive techniques that optimize comfort, and he can diagnose and treat all kinds of facial pain, injuries, and fractures.
If you are looking for a friendly, board-certified oral surgeon to meet your family's advanced dental needs, contact our practice today.
Meet Dr. Anderson A Board-Certified Oral Surgeon
Dr. Gregory E. Anderson is proud to meet the oral surgery needs of families in Logan, Garland, and surrounding Utah communities. He is board-certified in oral and maxillofacial surgery and is a Diplomate in the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, which is one of the most prestigious statuses an oral surgeon can attain.
Dr. Anderson received his training from some of the finest dental programs in the country. After completing his bachelor's degree at Utah State University, he went on to graduate Magna Cum Laude from the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry. He then completed a four-year residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery through the University of Kentucky.
Dr. Anderson's greatest joy is his family. He and his wife have eight children and eight grandchildren. When he's not performing oral surgery, you can probably find him coaching his kids in soccer or basketball.
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Why Should You Choose Us for Oral Surgery?
CompassionateOur patients come first. We treat you on an individual basis, understanding that no two situations are the same. We enjoy learning about you and your story in order to provide personalized, attentive care that best fits your needs.
ExpertOur office has been serving communities in Utah for over 20 years. Dr. Anderson has undergone years of advanced surgical training, far more than a general dentist, and has earned elite recognitions from the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He is passionate about oral surgery and has fully dedicated his practice to this highly specialized field.
We don't want cost getting in the way of you getting the care you need. Even though we use the most modern technologies and techniques, our fees are 20 to 25 percent less than other surgeons and dentists in the area. We accept most forms of dental insurance and Medicaid. To help you afford any out-of-pocket costs, we offer in-house financing and financing through CareCredit®, a reputable third-party healthcare lender.
Family-OrientedWe work with patients of all ages, including children and individuals with special needs. As a father of eight, Dr. Anderson understands how to work with little ones, and he knows the importance of treating their oral health concerns in a timely manner.
Advanced Oral Surgery Request a Consultation Today
Are you dealing with agonizing dental pain or jaw discomfort? Has your dentist recommended that you or your children have wisdom teeth removed? If so, our oral surgeon is available to provide high-tech, comfortable, and affordable care to children, teens, and adults.
The first step towards undergoing oral surgery with Dr. Anderson is to request a consultation at either of our offices in Logan or Garland, UT. You can request a consultation online or give us a call at:
Jaw Pain? We Can Help
Real 5-Star Reviews "If I Could Give Six Stars, I Would"
Dr Anderson has helped me to be able to function when my mouth has been in so much pain. I had 2 implants that could not heal. My entire mouth was sore tender and not working. From previous dentist work. Dr Anderson solved the problems with the implants and helped me to once again be able eat abs have a normal life. Thank you to you and your staff. Mary Kay WView On Google
The staff here are incredible. As far as health coverage is concerned, they go above and beyond to get your procedure approved. Sandra was literally on the phone with my insurance company for three straight hours. She gets it done! It's refreshing to see a medical office work so hard on behalf of their clients. I would never have been able to afford this surgery out-of-pocket. If I could give six stars, I would.View On Google
Dental implants are considered the best option for replacing missing teeth because they provide firm support for crowns or dentures and prevent bone loss. Our oral surgeon can expertly place implants in your jawbone and coordinate with your dentist to restore your smile.
Impacted wisdom teeth can cause significant discomfort and compromise surrounding teeth. Removing wisdom teeth can alleviate pain, prevent infection, and protect your smile and long-term health. Dr. Anderson offers various sedation options to ensure you don't feel a thing during the procedure.
Issues with the temporomandibular joint can lead to serious pain and jaw degeneration if left untreated. Dr. Anderson understands the TMJ, how it functions, and which treatments may be best for you. We offer a range of techniques at our offices in Logan and Garland, UT, to relieve your symptoms and improve your jaw's function.
Facial injuries or trauma can cause your jaw to become misaligned or teeth to get knocked out. Oral and maxillofacial surgeon Gregory Anderson is highly trained in treating facial trauma. We approach every case with the patient's long-term health and appearance in mind. If you or someone you love has suffered facial trauma, we will make every effort to see you as soon as possible.
A misaligned jaw can cause pain and make daily activities like eating or speaking a challenge. Our oral surgeon can use advanced technology to assess if jaw surgery is right for you. Jaw surgery can significantly improve your life by improving your breathing, correcting an improper bite, and balancing your facial features.
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"He Went Above and Beyond Making Me Feel Comfortable" More 5-Star Reviews
Dr. Gregory and his wife are great people. Saw him after hours for a locked jaw and he went above and beyond making me feel comfortable and making sure I understood what caused it/ how to help it. Very friendly, very kind, very admirable. Glad I met him!View On Google
This place was amazing. I had been in pain and they took me right away and got the problem fixed. They even called to make sure I was well after the procedure was done.View On Google
High-Tech Oral Surgery
Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology allows our oral surgeon to take digital impressions of your mouth and send these scans to our on-site milling machine. The machine can then fabricate a crown that fits seamlessly with your smile, providing rapid and high-quality restoration after implant placement.
A surgical guide is a device we custom-make for each implant patient based on models of their bite. During surgery, the guide is placed over the incision site, allowing our oral and maxillofacial surgeon to safely and precisely place dental implants with zero second-guessing. Using a surgical guide allows for shorter surgery time and smoother recovery.
Our imaging technology allows us to see a 360-degree view of your teeth, bones, and tissue, all while exposing you to less radiation. The highly detailed scans we create allow our oral surgeon to best plan your treatment. Uses include determining the precise location of wisdom teeth and examining bone density.