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Will this work in my practice?

Absolutely! If you were to count the number of cases you referred to your oral surgeon you could quickly calculate the revenue you have sent out the door. But it is not about the money, it is about the people! When your patients hear that they can now receive these treatments in your office they will be thrilled! This will make your practice even more marketable. How many times have you had your patients ask if you, their trusted GP to do their procedure? Do I have to go somewhere else?" ?How many times have you had an extraction take longer than expected and ruin your schedule? Maybe you have given up on extracting teeth. Patients want to get all of their dental care in one location in a setting where they are comfortable and familiar.

How available are you?

Ideally, you will want me in your practice 1-2 times each month but I am available to come more or less frequently according to the needs of your practice.

Where did you get your training?

  • Doctor of Dental Surgery: University of Southern California, 2008
  • Private Practice: 2008- Present
  • Clinical Instructor: Eastern Washington University, School of Dental Hygiene: 2010-Present
  • Implant Surgery Instructor: Trinon Collegium Practicum, 2011-Present


  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • American Dental Association
  • Idaho State Dental Association
  • Idaho Panhandle Dental Society
  • American Dental Society of Anesthesiology


  • CE and Relevant Certifications
  • ACLS Certified 2009-Present
  • Moderate Parenteral Sedation: A mini-residency 2008-2009
  • Implant Planning, Surgery, and restoration: 2008-2010, Camlog.
  • Implant Surgery (Marathon course), Trinon: 2010
  • Implant Complications: Prevention and Management, USC, 2010
  • Hard and Soft Tissue Grafting,Camlog Biotechnologies, 2008-2010
  • Connective Tissue Grafting (Alloderm), 2009
  • Removal of Impacted Wisdom Teeth, Koerner, 2008-2010
  • Advanced Surgery Course (Marathon Sinus lift and implant surgery), Trinon: 2011
  • Garg Implant Continuum: 2013-2014
  • Dental license: CA, ID, WA

What about complications?

Post-operative care is very important. It is usually very straight forward. The evening of the surgery I will care-call patients to see how they are doing and make sure they have my cell phone number. A one week check to instruct patients on proper irrigation and cleansing of their extraction sites is  required and usually the only visit. Other possible complications include post operative infection, dry socket. Other severe complications can happen and are extremely rare. While most post operative care can be handled in your office in a predictable fashion by a well-trained and qualified dental assistant, I am available for follow-up. I am available and will train your staff to manage complications for you. Detailed information is available for you on the Doctor's log-in page.

What about my oral surgeon?

  • My service is not a replacement for your oral surgeon. Medically complex patients will still benefit from the treatment of an oral maxillofacial surgeon. However, most 14-25 year-olds needing their wisdom teeth removed do not need to see the oral surgeon with the exception of high risk cases. Your definition of high risk will evolve as we work together. Some cases will require us to obtain a CBCT.
  • Most implant cases (~90%) can be completed in your office as well. We can discuss rationale for referral together.