Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is a specialty of dentistry that expertise ranging from dental implants surgery, wisdom tooth removal, bone grafting, oral pathology, orthognathic surgery, tmj disorder, facial cosmetic surgery, extractions, anethesia, cleft lip & palate, facial trauma
Dr. Glenn Nathan’s private practice includes the full scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery with an emphasis on office based outpatient procedures. These include dento-alveolar and extraction surgery, wisdom teeth removal, bone grafting, cosmetics, oral pathology, and intra-venous sedation anesthesia.
Dr. Mitchell Stark is actively involved in organized dentistry, education and international volunteering. Dr. Stark has served on the Executive Committee of the Southern Maryland Dental Society since 1998 and will serve as the Society’s President from 2005 to 2006.
Dr. Bradley Frey experiences in facial cosmetic surgery techniques, and it also provided further experience in Dr. Frey’s main areas of interest, which are dental implant surgery and orthognathic surgery. He has been board certified in oral and maxillofacial surgery since 1999.
Dr. Brian Robinson is actively involved in organized dentistry. He is a member of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and the American College of Maxillofacial Surgeons.
Dr. Ziad Batrouni has a caring patient manner and a special interest in the University of Maryland Medical System and the University of Maryland School of Dentistry.
Dr. Miari-Ann Griffith enjoys practicing the contemporary scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and has particular interest in dnto-alveolar surgery, dental implants, facial cosmetic surgery and the treatment of dentofacial deformities.
Dr. Lisa Cohen worked in the legal profession for two years during which she was exposed to dentistry after meeting persuasive and excited members of the profession.
Dr. Steven Kishter spent several years in the pharmaceutical industry as a Medical Director for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals in Madison, New Jersey, where he was responsible for the development and management of clinical trials.
Dr. Huy Trinh has a particular interest in tissue engineering, complex dental implant cases, maxillofacial trauma, orthognathic and pediatric surgery. He has been the principal and co-investigator of research projects on corrective jaw surgery, dental implants, facial trauma, and pathology. He has presented his research at multiple national meetings. In his spare time, Dr. Trinh is actively involved in medical missions performing cleft lip and palate surgery to underserved children of South East Asia and Southern America.
Dr. Niven T. Tien received a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 1999. He then enriched his interest in Biochemical Engineering Research and received a Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 2000, before pursuing a career in dentistry.
Dr. Sophie L. Oswald, DDS Dr. Oswald training included rotations at Children's National Medical Center, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Veteran's Affairs hospital. At these institutions, she gained wide spectrum of training and is proficient in diagnosis and treatment of dental implant surgery, oral and facial trauma, orthognathic (corrective jaw) surgery, reconstructive surgery for pathologies of the jaw, as well as wisdom teeth extractions. She also has had extensive training for in-office sedations.
Dr. Allen A. Robinson completed his training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Harbor-University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Medical Center in Torrance, California, which included additional rotations and academic studies at Los Angeles Medical Center at Kaiser, MLK Multi-Service Ambulatory Care Center, and UCLA School of Dentistry. There he gained extensive training in all phases of oral and maxillofacial surgery, specifically: facial reconstruction, corrective jaw surgery, TMJ, trauma, general anesthesia, dentoalveolar, head and neck pathology, implantology, and cosmetic surgery. During his residency training, he also conducted research in innovative bone grafting techniques, and a rare malignancy of the lip and oral cavity, while also serving as Chief Resident in his final year.
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