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Patient Reviews

    Dr.O is sooooo GREAT! I hate going to the dentist, but his office and staff make it so much easier. The TV's on the ceilings help to distract me while they're drilling. Jordan is always helpful in finding how my insurance will cover my upcoming visits and there are never any financial surprises. I will never need to look for a new dentist again!

    Ashton ‎

    I Absolutely Love the way Dr Osterhoudt is with my children!!! He and his staff are so attentive to all of their concerns, I feel very confident that by the way he treated my children that they will never have a "fear" of the dentist... With that, I feel they will be very attentive to their own dental needs for a lifetime. Thank you Dr O!!!!

    Nancy

    After going for a second opinion to Dr Osterhoudt , I felt relieved knowing that I wasn't going crazy, my tooth did have decay and my silver filling did need to be replaced. After getting the filling replaced my tooth has no longer been bothering me. With Their latest and best equipment they were able to see a crack in my silver filling that was causing my tooth to bother me. Thank you Dr O for getting me in fast! Your asssistants were amazing with my questions.

    Scott

    I've gone to Dr. Osterhoudt's office for over 10 years. I had a difficult time finding a dentist where I was comfortable and was treated professionally. Since I've gone here, I've always felt welcome, and any work needing to be performed has always been explained. I would recommend this office to anyone!

    Jessica L.

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Our Location

9217 Redwood Road Ste C West Jordan, UT 84088

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Salt Lake Smiles

Monday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-3:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-3:30 pm

(every other)

Friday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

(every other)

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed