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This content was provided by Dr. Sampson "I have completed both dental and medical training to develop the skills necessary to safely and effectively treat patients with a wide variety of conditions, ranging from a dental extraction to complex facial reconstruction due to either birth defects or an accident. I work with colleagues in the fields of otolaryngology, general and prosthodontic dentistry as well as orthodontics to help patients achieve desired outcomes in complex cases. I am the oral and maxillofacial surgeon for Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minneapolis Craniofacial Clinic as well as the cleft lip and palate clinic. In addition, I am have served as the Associate Chief of Surgery at Children's Hospital. I am a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery as well as a Fellow in the American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. I am also a member of the ADA, the Academy of Osseointegration and the Minnesota Medical Association. I have been a co-author on numerous publications related to distraction osteogenesis for infants and children with apnea, in addition to a textbook chapter on surgical considerations in patients with substance abuse problems. I have been an invited speaker at the University of Minnesota, University of California-San Francisco and Medical University of South Carolina on the topics of distraction osteogenesis and cleft lip and palate reconstruction. I have been involved in charity care locally through numerous local clinics as well as 5 years of cleft lip and palate surgery in Mexico. I serve on the Board of Directors for a major non-profit dental organization in the Twin Cities."
This content was provided by Dr. Sampson "I pride myself on giving each patient the individual attention that they need in a sometimes stressful setting. Options for treatment and anesthesia are discussed and I take the time to answer questions. I work hard with my staff to make sure that patients are seen as soon as possible and that treatment goes smoothly.
I feel it is important that each patient is fully informed about their condition, treatment options and how their overall health factors into treatment decisions and care. The term doctor means to teach and I view teaching patients as being as important as the actual surgical procedure itself. "