your smile, our specialty.

your smile,
our specialty.



Your smile. It means everything to you and to us. Not only what it looks like, but what’s behind it.
The feeling of confidence and satisfaction. A smile that says you’re comfortable and cared for.
That’s what our practice is all about.

As an oral surgeon, who’s also been an oral surgery patient with 11 implants at age 18, Dr. Jason brings a unique perspective and comprehensive expertise to his practice. From simple things, like free, onsite parking to the big things like ensuring your procedure goes smoothly, we’re dedicated to getting you back to the things in life that make you happy.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are usually the last teeth to erupt. Because of that, there is often not enough space in the jaw for these teeth to grow in. Alternatively, these teeth may erupt abnormally which can lead to infections and tooth decay. In many cases, it is recommended that wisdom teeth be removed in a preventative fashion to avoid these problems. Not all wisdom teeth require sedation in order to be removed, but that option exists for most patients.

Jaw Surgery

Jaw surgery is often recommended for misaligned jaws or after facial trauma. This treatment is designed to realign the teeth and jaws, improving the bite and function for the patient. In our experience, these corrections can also have a cosmetically appealing impact on facial profile and appearance. If it involves braces, we’ll work with your orthodontic provider. Depending on the nature of the condition, these types of procedures can be done in the office or in the hospital.

Tooth Extractions

Oral health conditions occur that may require the extraction of teeth. In addition to wisdom teeth, any other tooth can be impacted, malposed, or in a situation that could cause the patient harm. An oral surgeon’s training is more comprehensive to manage these procedures for the best outcome possible. Be sure to discuss with your surgeon the options for tooth replacement so that you do not have loss of function or cosmetic concerns in the future.


The lower jaw is one of the most active bones in our body. With a complex joint on either side, there can be many conditions that develop that can cause problems for a patient. The TMJ, also called the temporomandibular joint, can lead to disorders when certain problems arise. There are many muscles, tendons, and vessels that are associated with the TMJ.

TMJ means the joint itself. TMD, or temporomandibular joint disorder, is a diagnosis given to you by a dental or medical professional trained in the facial complex.

3D Imaging

Our office is proud to be equipped with the latest Ultra Low Dose 3D X-ray, also called a Cone Beam CT scanner. This instrument allows our team to visualize all vital structures in the face, jaw, and throat, from every angle. This highly detailed information helps us design the most appropriate treatment that caters to you.

Anesthesia & Sedation

Relax! Sedation can help reduce anxiety and minimize pain associated with surgery. Arbor View Oral & Facial Surgery provides many types and levels of sedation: 

Nitrous oxide, also called laughing gas, is a simple and safe form of sedation and anxiety control. Calmly breath your way through your surgery!

Oral sedation (pill) is a moderate form of sedation ideal for patients who may not be a candidate for more profound sedation in the office. Often, this is used along with nitrous oxide. 

IV (Intravenous) sedation provides the deepest level of sedation and works quickly. Once asleep, our patients rest comfortably while being constantly monitored by a fully trained and equipped surgical team.

Botox & Fillers

Dr. Jason’s 10 years of post-graduate training includes the diagnosis and treatment of cosmetic and medical conditions that utilize Botox and "fillers." Commonly, Botox is used on the face to lessen wrinkles. It can also be used to treat TMJ and other medical conditions by relaxing muscles. Medical-grade "fillers" are used when Botox alone does not achieve the desired effect or when more volume and fullness is sought. These procedures are routinely done in the outpatient setting with or without sedation.

Facial Trauma

Sometimes, the most traumatic aspect after an accident is the concern about your appearance. Facial trauma can lead to lifelong problems and is a complex part of your body to reconstruct. Our team at Arbor View is fully equipped and ready to help you to restore your smile, function and personal confidence!

Dental Implants

Dental implants offer the most ideal, long-term solution for replacing missing or extracted teeth. Made of surgical-grade titanium alloy, dental implants integrate into the jaw bone after placement and are able to support a tooth, bridge or other dental device. Once placed and restored with a dental crown, these implants provide the look and feel of natural teeth.

Pain Management

Arbor View Oral & Facial Surgery is proud to recommend opioid-free anesthesia and pain medication for patients who wish to avoid the side-effects of opioid pain and sedative medications. Our patients who chose opioid-free anesthesia report excellent pain management results while maintaining a clear mind and body after their procedure.

Implant Dentures

Eliminate the biggest concern about wearing dentures: the embarrassing moment when the dentures slip out of place while talking or eating. Implant supported dentures can provide a beautiful smile when traditional dentistry would otherwise fail to achieve satisfactory results. In order to support a denture or bridge, implants are placed into the jawbone. The implant then integrates and bonds with the jawbone to provide rock-solid anchorage for dentures or bridges.

Patient Financing

We accept cash, credit and debit cards (no bitcoin yet)! We also participate with a variety of insurance plans, including those in the Swedish Covenant Hospital network. There are also multiple treatment financing options that cater to most patients. This allows us to focus on your care.

Direct from the land of smiling faces

Jason Schrotenboer DDS MD
/ SKROH-ten-BOR /

We call him Dr. Jason. Raised in the Holland area of Michigan — voted one of the happiest places in the U.S. (Maybe it’s the tulips, maybe the micro-breweries?) Now, a Chicago transplant, he’s in his happy place when he’s working with patients. His early experience as an oral surgery patient started him on his career path with his then surgeon, turned mentor.

Today, that experience has groomed his practice and patient interactions. “Being a patient has given me a whole new perspective on being a doctor. There’s so much more to providing care than textbook learning.” This early experience combined with his broad range of training, works to make your care more seamless and stress-free. Referring doctors and patients alike trust his reassuring demeanor and extensive experience for treating conditions of the mouth, jaw, face and neck.



6 years of medical school and residency at the University of Michigan.

4 years at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry.

4 years at Michigan State University.

You come out learning a lot about collaborating with all sides. That combined with Dr. Jason’s early patient perspective gives him a unique 360° view of oral surgery. Together with you, your dentist, surgeon and other medical specialists, we’ll help design the best approach for your care.