Jonathan G. Campbell, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Jonathan G. Campbell is a Salt Lake City dentist. He has been practicing since 1999. He went to Cottonwood High School, here in Salt Lake City, then the University of Utah, and then Creighton University for Dental School. He is married to Melanie Welch of Murray. They have five children. He also enjoys computers, skiing, and vacationing with family. Galen Campbell, the founder of Legacy Dental, is his father. It has been an honor and privilege working alongside him.
Dr. Campbell is the author of the book, Love Your Smile: How to Choose a Cosmetic Dentist. He wrote the book to help patients understand what cosmetic dentistry can do, and more importantly how the patient can make sure it gets done well.
Dr. Campbell says, "I really enjoy being a dentist. I love to have a patient come in, who worries that we can't help them or that it might be uncomfortable, and then they fall asleep in the chair or are able to laugh while we work and they watch a movie. I also really enjoy helping people with tricky cosmetic dental issues. Seeing someone be able to smile confidently again is a real pleasure."
Brad Stewart, DDSDr. Brad Stewart was born and raised in Indiana. He first came to Utah to study at Brigham Young University, where he met his wife, Kimberly. Dr. Stewart returned to Indiana to attend Indiana University School of Dentistry. Dr. Stewart enjoys providing compassionate and quality dental care to his patients. His favorite part of dentistry is helping patients to be free from pain and have bright, healthy smiles. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids, reading, and hiking.
LaMont Hesselgesser, DDS
I'm Dr. Hesselgesser. I have 22 years of experience. We are a small office who knows your time is valuable. We do our best to discover your needs and wants. We want you to feel and look your best.
Galen V. Campbell, DDS, FAGD
1947 ~ 2012
Galen Vere Campbell, DDS, age 65, returned home after a courageous battle with cancer on October 28, 2012, in Murray, Utah. He was born on October 12, 1947, in Salt Lake City, Utah to Vere X. and Laverna Jones Campbell. Galen married Susan Larsen on November 20, 1970, in the Salt Lake Temple. He was a husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, son of God, citizen, patriot, neighbor, friend, righteous priesthood holder, Bishop, dentist, Scotsman, historian, planner, audiophile, avid reader, techie, biker, model railroader, continual learner, and hero. He was passionate about many things in life, but most of all, his dear wife Susan. Galen is survived by: his mother, Laverna; wife, Susan; son, Jonathan Galen Campbell (Melanie); daughters; Kristin Allen (Jeff), Julie Liston (Sam), Katie Susan Poulsen (Ryan), and grandchildren; Lauren, Haley, Eden, Esme', Gracie, Elsa, Olive, Luke, Lyla, and Wes. He is also survived by his sisters, Kathy Horton (Dirk), Connie Madsen (Robert), Angela Jenson (Peter). He was preceded in death by: his father, Vere X. Campbell; brother, Jared Alan Campbell; and his in-laws, Ralph and Ruth Larsen.
Dr. Galen V. Campbell had been practicing dentistry since 1976, in Salt Lake City. He continued to be a student of dentistry, keeping up to date on the latest and best techniques and materials. He had received his fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry an award given for completion of 500 hours of continuing education and passing a rigorous exam. He loved his patients and they love him. We miss him and aim to continue the tradition he started of providing excellent care, with kindness, knowledge, and skill.