Dr. McDonald and his entire team are committed to providing the highest quality of oral surgery utilizing the latest technology. They strive to make your experience comfortable in a relaxed setting.
COVID-19 Policy Update
As an essential service, McDonald Oral Surgery is open; however we are seeing Emergency Patients only at this time. Any non-essential services will be postponed until the shelter in place restrictions have been modified to allow us to serve all patients. In order to minimize the chance of exposure, the following has been implemented based on interim CDC guidelines:
We are fully equipped with the proper PPE supplies, including N95 masks for the safety of our staff and our patients.
We have implemented additional hygiene/infection control standards aligned with the CDC so you will be safe when you visit our offices. This includes daily deep cleanings and staff training on proper protocol.
Our office door is locked and admits only patients who have an appointment. Initial health screenings will be conducted upon arrival and unless a patient is is accompanied by their parent, we ask that other guests wait outside in their car during the appointment.
All patients are required to wear a face mask when visiting our office.
If you call our office, please leave a message as needed and we will return your call as soon as possible or you can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is an Oral Surgeon?
Oral surgeons are the experts in oral, facial and jaw surgery. They are the only dental experts recognized by the American Dental Association who are surgically trained in a hospital-based residency program for a minimum of four years. They train alongside medical residents in internal medicine, general surgery and anesthesiology, and spend time in otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat), plastic surgery, emergency medicine and other specialty areas. This training focuses almost completely on the bone, skin and muscle of the face, mouth and jaw. Oral and facial surgeons have knowledge and expertise that uniquely qualifies them to diagnose and treat a number of functional and esthetic conditions in this anatomical area.