We have some exciting news to share!

We hope that everyone’s summer ended on a successful note! As we all welcome the fall season, hot cider and sweet treats, we have one more person we’d like to welcome…

We have the pleasure of announcing the arrival of our new associate Oral Surgeon, Dr. Akbar Dawood!

Dr. Dawood is a seasoned oral surgeon and has been in practice for over 10 years.  He is a member of both the Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and the American Society of Dental Anesthesiology.  In addition to his certifications and awards, he prides himself as a practitioner who is compassionate and caring. Dr. Dawood makes every effort to provide his patients with the personal care and treatment that best serve their needs; a philosophy we all value at NOVA OMS.

Dr. Dawood will begin seeing patients in all of our locations starting next month. He will begin visiting offices soon and looks forward to meeting his new colleagues. If you’d like to schedule a lunch with Dr. Dawood or would like him to stop by your office to visit please contact Jazz, our Marketing & PR Director, at jazz@novaoms.com.

To read more about Dr. Dawood, please visit his page on our website! 

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