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Meet Dr. Steven Paul DDS, MS

Member American Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons

Dr Paul was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. The son of a dentist who treated each patient with compassion and mutual respect. Dr Paul strives everyday to emulate the compassionate care that his father exemplified. Dr Paul’s love of medicine and helping each individual started in elementary school where his class reports in 1st and 2nd grade were of the skeletal and musculoskeletal systems respectively.

Dr Paul then attended the Prestigious UCLA dental school finishing in the top of his class and obtaining his Doctorate in Dental Surgery Degree (DDS). His passion for Oral Surgery and the ability to help those with complex medical issues grew.

After finishing Dental School at UCLA (DDS) Dr Paul attended Medical School at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School obtaining his Doctor of Medicine (MD)

Oral Surgery & Restoring Missing Teeth

Dr. Paul is supremely Dedicated to his Profession

Dr Paul has devoted his profession to all aspects of Oral Surgery with special interests in the treatment and restoration of missing teeth through dental implant procedures including advanced techniques in full mouth rehabilitation (All on 4), bone and soft tissue grafting, restoring both function and aesthetics, as well as extraction of wisdom teeth and associated cysts and tumors of the oral cavity. All this done through anesthetic techniques specific for each individual patient. Dr Paul also serves the state by treating those institutionalized by meeting their urgent oral surgical needs.


When is Wisdom Teeth Removal Necessary ?

Often, your dentist will recommend the removal of your wisdom teeth even if they are not bothering you or causing any problems at all. Or it might be your teen-aged child’s dentist who is recommending your teen’s wisdom teeth be removed even though you child has never complained about them. Usually, wisdom teeth don’t have room to grow. They grow in different angles and different directions, sometimes, horizontally. This can cause many kinds of problems. If wisdom teeth don’t have enough room to grow, it can crowd the teeth nearby and even cause damage to them. When a wisdom tooth is partially emerged through the gum, this can give passage to bacteria that cause gum disease and oral infection. And since this area is hard to clean, it can easily harbor bacteria.

Dental Implants

Missing teeth can make you feel conscious about your how you look. It can make you cover your mouth every time you smile, laugh, or even talk. Sometimes, having missing teeth make you want to avoid going to parties or get-togethers. And you dread going to meetings, or having to face anybody for a conversation.

It affects your confidence and self-esteem. It can lead to isolation and even sadness or depression.

Fortunately, technology and procedure to replace missing teeth is not uncommon anymore. Dental implant surgery helps people with missing teeth by replacing them with artificial ones.


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