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Advanced Dental Care with compassion and respect
The most common procedure performed at Oklahoma Wisdom Teeth Center is the removal of wisdom teeth, simple and complex, impacted or non-impacted. Other common procedures include dental extractions in preparation for dentures and extractions for dental emergencies performed in a painless and skillful manner, in most instances while you sleep. Every patient is treated with compassion and care at our state of the art office facility. In accordance with our personal mission statement, "We aspire to 'treat others the way we want to be treated' Mt 7:12." All patients are treated with respect, continuously monitored, and cared for during and after surgery.
Meet Our Doctor Lloyd A. Hudson, DDS, MD
Dr. Hudson is a fully trained, board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon dedicated to excellence in patient care. As an oral surgeon, Dr. Hudson has devoted an additional 6 years to hospital based surgical and anesthesia training beyond his 4 years of dental school. Dr Hudson is a member of several professional organizations including AAOMS (American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons), ADA (American Dental Association), and ODA (Oklahoma Dental Association).
Learn More About Lloyd A. Hudson, DDS, MD