Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Construction Alert: The Cannon Dr. relocation project and 315 ramp closures may change your driving route into campus. Please visit our Directions and Parking page for driving directions and updates. Call 614-688-3763 for directions assistance.
August 15, 2018
Northbound SR- 315 Exit Ramp to Medical Center Drive / King Avenue is OPEN.
Please follow directions on our Directions and Parking page to the 12th Avenue parking garage.
June 11 – Late November 2018
Entrance Ramp to Southbound SR-315 at Cannon Drive and 12th Avenue Closed.
When leaving the dental clinic, please turn left out of the 12th Avenue garage, right to Neil Ave., and right to King Ave. Turn left on Olentangy River Rd. to access SR-315 South OR right on Olentangy River Rd. to access SR-315 North.
The Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery resident clinic has surgery residents in specialty training who perform dental extractions (including impacted wisdom teeth), dental implants, pre-prosthetic dentoalveolar surgery (alveoloplasty), and biopsies. Under the tutelage of oral and maxillofacial surgery faculty members, our residents also perform trauma surgery, repair of craniofacial anomalies, and treatment of temporomandibular disorders.
Appointments cancelled with less than 48 business hours' notice are considered broken appointments.
For consultations, a patient may be dismissed from the care of the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery after two broken appointments. For surgery appointments, a patient may be dismissed from the care of the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery after one broken appointment. Should you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, please contact us as early as possible.
A Note on Consultations and Referrals
The Division accepts new patients on a case by case basis based on the availability of our limited resources. At times, our resident clinic may not be accepting new patients from referral sources outside the College of Dentistry. The resident clinic always accepts patients for surgical services who are current patients of the College of Dentistry (have had a comprehensive or periodic examination within 24 months by a resident or dental student). The Division reserves the right to dictate resident-level or faculty-level care based on these resources and the surgical complexity of the case.
As specialists, we require a written referral for all services. We also require a consultation prior to surgery. In all cases, your first appointment with us will not be for surgical services. This enables our practitioners to meet you, perform an examination, discuss treatment and anesthetic options with you, and present you with a comprehensive treatment plan including an estimate of your financial liability.
Changes in Information
Our financial policies are designed to be an extension of our commitment to provide the best quality care possible for you. Please advise us of any changes that may affect your billing status. Examples include: change in address, telephone number, employer, insurance coverage, etc. This will enable us to provide you with the best possible service. We thank you for your cooperation.