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Experienced Dentist in South Jordan, UT, and the Salt Lake Valley

For over 25 years, Dr. Jerry F. Maymi & Associates has provided quality dental services in South Jordan, UT, and the surrounding Salt Lake Valley. If you need a friendly, caring family dentist, contact us today at 801-253-7553.


Trust Our Expertise

Our head dentist, Dr. Maymi, has extensive dental training beginning with his time as a general dentist in the United States Army. His training includes oral surgery and infection control. In addition to formal training, our dental staff continues to attend courses through the Utah Dental Association to ensure that we can bring you the best quality dental care.

We offer an extensive range of services. With the help of our cosmetic dentist, you can get the movie-star smile you’ve always dreamed of. We also offer pediatric dentistry, including fluoride treatments and dental sealants. In addition to standard dental care, we offer oral surgery options such as wisdom teeth removal and dental implants.

We’re committed to your satisfaction, and we’re proud to accept a wide range of dental insurance plans. This enables us to serve families from all walks of life all across the Salt Lake Valley. We can also work with you to establish a payment plan for your dental care if needed.

Let us help you with all your general and cosmetic dentistry needs. You can even get started filling out our new patient forms to save time during your first appointment. To learn more about our services, give us a call or fill out the contact form below.

We can’t wait to meet you!

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TOOTH DECAY AND ADULTS

FullSizeRender (1)Many adults think that decay is just for children when in effect, you are at risk your whole life. When dental disease is left untreated in can lead to serious health problems such as infection which can damage underlying bone, nerve damage and tooth loss.  When dental infections are left untreated they can spread to other parts of your body that can eventually be life threatening.  In pregnant women, infections of the gum tissue can lead to early birth and low birth weight of the child.

The important thing for us to know is that dental disease is preventable and treatable. By instituting good preventive dentistry on yourself, and adopting good oral homecare, you can lead a healthy oral status.  It is important to always brush twice a day, floss between teeth at least once a day, eat a balanced diet and limit between meal snacks.  Regular dental visits at least once every six months will help you maintain a good dentition and oral health.