You are a valued part of our dental family. The safety of our team and that of our patients remains our highest priority.
We are a group of highly trained clinicians here to serve people through rendering quality oral surgery care. We pride ourselves on having a highly trained clinical team caring for the oral health of all patients. Amidst this global coronavirus (COVID 19) outbreak, it’s important to reiterate the fact that your surgery team is well trained in infection prevention protocols (including ones for COVID 19). Please rest assured that we are in close daily monitoring of COVID 19 developments in partnership with our local and state health departments, World Health Organization (WHO), the US Center of Disease Control (CDC).
We want to personally reach out to share that in our office, we strictly adhere to or exceed the CDC guidelines for infection control in oral surgery health care settings, are dedicated to daily protocols of deep disinfection of the entire office, and sterilization of all instruments between patients. Your dental team is also committed to using appropriate protective garb such as gloves, gowns, masks, & eyewear to ensure infection control.
Please follow the CDC recommended guidelines in prevention of the spread of any viruses in this cold and flu season:
We will continue to closely monitor the situation and update you as needed. Guided by our deep commitment to service, we will continue to provide the highest quality of surgical care to you and your family.
Texas Institute of Oral, Facial & Implant Surgery Team
Quinton Slaughter DDS, MD
Board Certified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon1741 N. Hwy 67, Suite 100, Midlothian, TX 76065
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Dr. Slaughter and our team can help you overcome complications with your bite function and oral structures, chronic oral and facial pain, traumatic facial injury, and more.Read More
After gaining extensive education, training, and experience in complex oral and general surgery, including an internship at the prestigious Baylor University Medical Center, Dr. Slaughter immediately began putting his skills to use helping people improve their lives. Having studied abroad during his undergraduate years, he has always had a passion for meeting people, learning their stories, and helping them improve their lives.
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