Brighton Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Here at Brighton Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, our skilled surgeon, Dr. Matthew Schacht combines compassion, patience, skill, and the latest in technology in order to give his patients the best care possible. Dr. Schacht and his entire staff are all dedicated to caring for each patient who visits the office, and making sure they receive the unique, personal care that they need and deserve.

We Put The Comfort & Care Of Our Patients First

The goal of our entire office is to put years of specialized training and experience to use to make sure we’re properly serving our patients. We aim to provide a safe and pleasant environment for our patients to help make them feel at home. We know that receiving oral surgery can be stressful and overwhelming, but we want to do everything possible to ensure that your visit is calm and stress-free. To experience the attention, expertise, and individualized care that we here at Brighton Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery have to offer, please contact us to make an appointment at our Brighton, Colorado office today.

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