If you need dental implants, TMJ treatment, wisdom teeth removal, or other advanced treatments, trust your care to a leading oral surgeon.
Dr. Mark Newey combines specialized training and cutting-edge technology to perform a full suite of oral and maxillofacial surgeries.
Patients throughout the Clearfield, UT, area choose our practice for oral surgery. See what our advanced care can do for you...
The Basics of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral and maxillofacial surgery encompasses a broad range of specialized procedures performed to reconstruct or restore the function of the teeth, gums, jaw, neck, and facial structures. From the removal of impacted wisdom teeth to reconstructive surgery after facial trauma, a trained oral and maxillofacial surgeon can handle virtually any surgical need above the neckline. At the Oral & Facial Surgery Center in Clearfield, UT, patients can enjoy the gold standard of oral care performed by an experienced surgeon in a state-of-the-art facility.
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Patients throughout Utah choose Dr. Newey for oral and maxillofacial surgery because of his skill, commitment to education, and track record of success.
Dr. Newey earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Oklahoma in 2001. He completed his surgical residency at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Rather than resting on his educational achievements, Dr. Newey continues to pursue knowledge to help him hone his craft further. Each year, he exceeds Utah's continuing education requirements for oral surgeons, which keeps him up-to-date on all the latest developments in oral surgery.
Over the years, Dr. Newey has helped hundreds of patients like you achieve optimal oral health, function, and appearance with his cutting-edge techniques and training. Whether you need a painful impacted tooth gently extracted, or complex care to resolve facial trauma, Dr. Newey and our Clearfield, UT, team are ready to help you achieve truly life-changing results.
Contact us online to request a consultation for oral and maxillofacial surgery. You can also call us in Clearfield:
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"Absolutely fantastic service"
"Absolutely fantastic service. I had my wisdom teeth extracted and I cant imagine the whole surgery going more smoothly then it did. Dr Newey is a master at his craft. I would highly recommend them for your dental needs!" ViperKing Entertainment, 5-Star Google Review
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Whether you have simple or complex needs, our surgical team is ready to help you relieve pain, restore your dental function, and more through oral surgery. We take a no-judgment approach and will treat you with the kindness and respect you deserve through each moment of your time with us. If you're interested in getting started on your treatment plan, reach out to our Clearfield, Utah, practice online or by phone.
A 5-star Review of Our Clearfield Team
"Never been more at ease with a staff"
"What a fantastic group of people! Everyone here is so kind, gentle, caring, and just good down to earth people. I have never been more at ease with a staff when it comes to my mouth. Cannot say enough good about the Dr Newey and all of his staff. Hands down recommend them anytime! THANK YOU ALL!" Christine Schafer, 5-Star Google Review
Our Featured Oral and Maxillofacial Treatment Areas
Dental implants are titanium or zirconia posts that replace missing tooth roots. They can support custom crowns, bridges, or dentures that restore your bite and smile. Dental implants are also the only treatment available that can prevent jawbone atrophy following tooth loss. Unlike many oral surgeons and dentists, he can both place dental implants and fit them with restorations. If you need teeth extracted before implant placement, Dr. Newey may be able to complete both procedures in one appointment.
Dental implants are the top treatment option for patients who are missing teeth, but not everyone immediately qualifies for surgery. After losing teeth, the underlying jawbone begins to weaken. If left untreated, it can atrophy to the point where it can no longer support dental implants. Fortunately, bone grafting can help. In this surgery, Dr. Newey uses either donor tissue or synthetic material to restore the jawbone, creating a sound foundation for dental implants.
Suffering an injury to your face can be devastating, but you don't have to wear the signs of your injuries forever. Dr. Newey can perform surgery after maxillofacial trauma to restore your facial appearance and boost your confidence. Using his deep knowledge of anatomy and modern surgical techniques, he can give you results that look natural.
Whether a damaged or decayed tooth is causing you pain or you need to create space in your mouth prior to dental implant placement, we can help. Dr. Newey's training in dental issues and anatomy makes him an excellent choice for gentle extractions with great outcomes for your oral health. He can also factor tooth extractions into a larger plan to restore your smile with dental implants, streamlining the treatment process.
Impaction occurs when teeth fail to erupt properly, causing them to impact surrounding teeth. Impacted canine teeth can cause serious damage to neighboring teeth if left unaddressed. Depending on your specific case, Dr. Newey can either extract the impacted tooth or reposition it within your jawbone, leading to a better bite, improved oral health, and a more attractive smile.
Wisdom teeth complications can be extremely painful, making eating and speaking a struggle. Even if your wisdom teeth aren't causing you pain, it's worth considering having them removed before they can cause complications. Because of their location in the mouth, wisdom teeth are more prone to decay, which can lead to a range of costly and time-consuming oral health issues, including dental infections and misalignment of surrounding teeth. Avoid these issues by having them removed by an oral surgeon.
Also called orthognathic surgery, jaw surgery can be part of an orthodontic process to correct congenital jaw problems or those caused by trauma. The alignment of your jaw affects your bite, the way you speak, and the health of the surrounding muscles and joints. Dr. Newey can work closely with your orthodontist to develop a treatment plan that relieves your symptoms and greatly improves your quality of life.
Pre-prosthetic surgery prepares your oral anatomy for a denture following extensive tooth loss. Dr. Newey can gently reshape the hard and soft tissues in your mouth to accommodate prosthetics with greater comfort, a better fit, and a more natural-looking appearance. We take a conservative approach to surgeries, which means we'll only do exactly what needs to be done to help you achieve the right results.
With jaw pain, headaches, tinnitus, and dizziness as common symptoms, temporomandibular disorder (TMD) can quickly turn into a debilitating condition. If lifestyle changes and oral appliances haven't improved your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues, we offer three TMJ surgery options that can help. Through arthroscopy, Dr. Newey can remove inflamed tissue and relieve pressure on your jaw joints. Through arthroplasty, he can repair or replace joint discs and also remove damaged tissue. In severe cases, he can perform joint replacement.
A Clearfield, UT, Patient's Testimonial
"your care and comfort is #1"
"It's hard to put into words the level of care and professionalism that is put into every step thats put into the care you receive from Dr Newey and his staff. From the first phone call to when you leave, your care and comfort is #1. Was so nice after getting home to realize the thoughtful gift of a soup mug and soup in my recovery bag. I just can't say enough. Thanks everyone." Misti Conorich, 5-Star Google Review
Interested in Implant Treatment? Let's Talk About Your Options
If you're missing teeth and looking for a solution that can restore virtually the same level of stability and function that your natural teeth once provided, reach out to Dr. Newey for a personalized recommendation. With his help, you can experience a better quality of life and improved oral health with dental implants.
Dr. Newey can assess your remaining teeth and other oral structures, determining whether a procedure like bone grafting or tooth extraction can improve your outcome with dental implants. Once the two of you decide on the right treatment option, he can get to work on your custom surgical plan.
Get in touch to see what's possible for you at our Clearfield, UT, practice. Contact us online or give us a call at:
Kind Words From a Grateful Patient
"Thank you a million times over!"
"What a awesome group of people ! So polite & professional! They got my wife in right away for oral surgery, she had 2 teeth bothering her for awhile, when our regular dentist couldn't perform what was needed he sent us to Dr. Newey immediately and we are glad he did. The man knows exactly what needed to be done and the staff did as well. These people are so great I can't thank them enough. Thank you a million times over!" CP Metal 5-Star Google Review
Assessing Candidacy for Oral Surgery
Certain medical conditions, including high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and other autoimmune disorders, can make it harder to successfully recover following surgery. Dr. Newey will assess your medical history, any conditions you have, and any medications you take during your consultation.
Cigarettes and other tobacco products can be incredibly harmful to your oral health. Using them can also make recovering from surgery much more difficult. If you use tobacco, we recommend quitting several months in advance of your surgery and abstaining throughout your recovery. Ideally, you should take this opportunity to permanently quit using all forms of tobacco.
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Patients Love Our Clearfield Practice
"Five stars is not enough they deserve more than five stars. Dr. Newey and his staff goes above and beyond to help their patients feel comfortable, and important. The care they gave to my daughter and myself was amazing! Dr. Newey and his staff truly cares for his patients. I would HIGHLY recommend them to anybody. Thank you all so much!" Debbie Osuna, 5-Star Google Review
Will Insurance Cover My Oral Surgery Procedure?
Because many of the surgeries we offer are considered medically necessary, it's likely that you'll receive some amount of coverage from your insurance provider. We gladly accept most types of insurance and offer pricing competitive with oral surgeons throughout the area.
When you choose our practice, filing an insurance claim is easy. Our Clearview, UT, staff are always available to help you file your claim, navigate the details of your plan, and help you get the absolute most out of your coverage. Just visit us or reach out for assistance.