A good oral surgeon is someone who balances experience, expertise, and a compassionate approach to patients. If you are in need of treatment from an oral surgeon, you may likely be a little nervous about the quality of that treatment. You want someone who will keep you healthy, but you also don’t want to feel as though you are going to deal with any serious discomfort. Dr. Elliott Ostro knows all this, which is why he strives to be the ideal oral surgeon for any patient.
Dr. Elliott Ostro received his DMD in 1983, having studied dentistry at Washington University in St. Louis. After completing his oral surgery residency, he was certified by Boston University in 1986. Since that time, Dr. Ostro has spent the last quarter of a century providing his patients with high quality care and making sure that they experience the benefits of working with a good oral surgeon. He knows how important it is to put his patients at ease, which is why he often uses anesthetics during procedures that might otherwise cause discomfort. He is also happy and willing to explain to his patients the details of various procedures, so they know what to expect when they come in for treatment. Working with our dedicated team of professionals, as well as a friendly and courteous staff, he makes sure that patients are entirely confident in the level of treatment they are receiving. And, perhaps most importantly of all, he values precise treatment. Oral surgery involves being careful and paying attention to detail in order to ensure that patients are completely healthy. With that in mind, Dr. Elliott Ostro strives to be as precise as possible during treatment.
If you are in need of quality oral surgery, seek out Dr. Elliott Ostro. He not only has decades of experience under his belt, he also approaches his practice with the kind of philosophy that guarantees quality results for his patient. He’ll provide you with the necessary treatment, but he won’t overlook the fact that you also want to make sure you are in the hands of a professional who can keep you calm during said treatment.