Escape the Ordinary at Out of This World Dentistry and Orthodontics

Our team of dental specialists has an array of training and expertise for all your dental needs. From pediatric dentistry to general dentistry and orthodontics, we've got you covered… and all under one roof! Gone are the days of running your kids to one dentist, your teens to a separate orthodontics office, and yourself to a different dentist. At Out of This World Dentistry and Orthodontics your entire family will enjoy an out of this world experience.

Chances are, you are just around the corner from us. We have dental offices in Draper, West Jordan, South Jordan, and Cottonwood Heights for your convenience. Give us a call, or stop by for an office tour, and see for yourself why thousands of Utahans choose Out of This World Dentistry and Orthodontics.

We speak your language! We have experienced dentists and staff that speak Spanish, Mandarin, and Taiwanese to help you.

Leave the headaches behind. We accept most insurances and do everything we can to make good oral health affordable for everybody.

Come see us for dental exams, cleanings, x-rays, fluoride treatments, fillings, crowns, bridges, root canals, tooth extractions, braces, retainers, adult braces, Invisalign, implants, sedation dentistry and teeth whitening for life. Ask us for details when you call.

Dr Cory StarkDraper Office

Child Brushing Giant Teeth

Make a Payment


  • Teaching Oral Hygiene to Children with 5 Quick Tips
    Cavities, also known as tooth decay, affect at least 20 percent of children in the United States aging from 5 to 11 and nearly 15 percent of adolescents aged 12- to 19-years-old. Thankfully, however, there are preventative measures you can take as a parent to avoid cavities and provide your child with the best oral Continue Reading...
  • The Importance of Flossing
    Flossing is one of those things you know you should do, you feel guilty about when you schedule a dentist appointment, but you never quite get around to doing. There are several reasons people avoid stringing that minty thread through their teeth, but none of them are valid enough to outweigh the benefits. Here are Continue Reading...
  • Wisdom Teeth 101: Post-Care Procedures
    Hundreds of thousands of years ago, our ancestor’s diet consisted of extremely rough, coarse food like leaves, roots, nuts and meats. Because of these eating habits, our species developed a third set of molars, now known as wisdom teeth, to add more chewing power and durability to the mouth. Unfortunately, evolutionary history has also resulted Continue Reading...
  • Are Dental Health and Heart Health Related?
    Dental care is an important part of every day life.  And when we talk about dental care, we usually talk about the effect it has on our outward appearance, and especially the human smile. The smile is a very important part of human interaction, but did you know that your dental health can also have Continue Reading...