Dental Medicine & Surgery
The Dental Medicine and Surgery program at Stanford Medicine is dedicated to quality patient care and individualized treatment. Our clinic offers hospital dentistry and targets concerns such as facial trauma, oral pathology, oral infection, oral oncology, orofacial pain and dental clearance prior to major medical treatment. We provide surgical dental clearance and extractions for patients with multiple medical comorbidities such as organ transplant and cancer.
At this time, we are unable to offer comprehensive dental treatment including routine dental cleanings, restorations including crowns and removable dental prostheses.
Treatments for conditions and diseases of the mouth and jaw, including lesions, cysts, and tumors.
Treatment clearance and maintenance recommendations for the unique dental sequelae of cancer treatment including radiation and chemotherapy.
Surgery to treat many diseases, injuries and defects in the head, neck, face, jaws and the hard and soft tissues of the mouth and jaws area. This includes treating facial trauma, placing bone grafts and dental implants.
Treatment for orofacial pain originating from disorders of the temporomandibular joint.
Faculty are involved in a variety of research projects including: immunology and periodontology, dental oncology, alternative pain management, and clinical surgical case techniques.