Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Our program provides experience in most all aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery, while maintaining the highest standards in residency training.
Orthognathic surgery, TMJ, facial pain, facial and oral lesions, IV sedation, dentoalveolar, cleft lip/cleft palate repair, dental implants and facial trauma are some of the services we provide to JPS Health Network. The oral & maxillofacial surgery outpatient clinic is one of the busiest and most productive of all outpatient specialty clinics in the hospital.
Currently we have 3 Interns and 2 Upper-level residents from the UT Southwestern/Parkland Program. The interns are here all year and each upper level resident is here for three months of each year.
|John P. Stella, DDS
|Michael R. Warner, DDS, PhD
|Herman Kao, DDS, MD
|Fayette C. Williams, DDS, MD
|Richard Patterson, DDS
|Christopher Morris, DDS|
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery First-Year Residents
- Thomas Farrell, DDS
- Kristopher Hasstedt, DDS
- Paul R. Kalish, DMD
- Joseph Lenz, DDS
- Keith Sonneveld, DDS
The one-year internship program is designed for dental school graduates seeking oral and maxillofacial surgery experience before attending a formal residency training program.
Interns are expected to participate in all departmental activities and assume increasing responsibilities throughout the year.
- History and Physical Exam Course
- 2 week anesthesia rotation
- Dental Implant Course
- Dentofacial Deformities Course: Entire scope of maxillofacial dentofacial deformities
- Management of Facial Trauma Course: Triage, diagnose and treatment
- Oral Pathology Course
For more information about the JPS Health Network residency programs, please contact: