Blue Rock Family Dental

Blue Rock Family Dental is Tooele County’s best choice for custom, comprehensive dental care with an emphasis on family and cosmetic dentistry. Our practice adheres to a practice philosophy and mission statement built around family dental needs. We welcome patients of all ages.

Our Services

Blue Rock Family Dental is a brand new, state-of-the-art practice that opened it’s doors in 2010. You can expect a friendly and caring staff ready to make your dental experience a comfortable one. We will provide you with personalized and quality dental services in a modern family setting.

Mission Statement

Prevent Grouchy Teeth by:

Providing comprehensive high-quality dental care ~ Treating the patient as we would want to be treated ~ Teaching and educating to prevent oral disease ~ Creating a patient desire to return ~ Learning the latest advancements in dentistry ~ Implementing the newest technology.

We will create a happy, healthy, beautiful smile for everyone in the family!

Find Us in Tooele

1887 North Aaron Drive, Suite A.
Tooele, Utah 84074

Office Hours

Mon: 8am-5pm
Tues-Thu: 7am-7pm
Fri: 7am-4pm

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COVID-19 Update

Dear Patients,

On March 25th, Governor Herbert and the Utah Department of Health announced that the State of Utah is restricting all non-urgent medical and dental procedures until April 25, 2020. This has been done to preserve the masks, gloves, and other personal protective equipment necessary for the Hospitals and essential medical personnel responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. This restriction also protects our patients, the community and our dental team at this critical time in the effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Under these guidelines, from now until April 25, 2020, we will only be appointing patients for treatment of pain, infection, conditions that significantly inhibit normal operation of teeth and mouth, and issues that may cause anything listed above within the next 3 months. If you have a dental emergency and have any of the following symptoms, please let us know before entering our office as you may need to be referred to the Emergency Room for care: fever, shortness of breath, dry cough, runny nose, or sore throat.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Yet, we are confident that as we follow these guidelines from these respected professionals and community leaders, we will be able to overcome the threat of this virus as a community and move forward with routine dental care in the near future. Please call us with any questions you may have.


Steven Bruderer, DMD
Blue Rock Family Dental