Our doctors are leading providers of Oral and Maxillofacial Reconstructive Surgery serving as local and national experts for diagnosis and management of complex and routine conditions including facial reconstruction, oral surgery, nerve repair, orthognathic surgery, facial trauma repair, cosmetic and dental implants surgery. All our doctors are dual trained in Medicine and Dentistry and are educators and clinicians with over 120 combined peer reviewed publications, several textbooks, over 60 book chapters, national and international lectureships, educational courses and serve as division chief (Dr Bagheri current Chief, and Dr Meyer past Chief) of Northside Hospital. A combination which is rare in the private practice arena. Our doctors combines training in surgery, medicine and dentistry and advanced subspecialty training with memberships in several associations including the American College of Surgeons (ACS), American Medical Association (AMA), American Dental Association (ADA), American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS), and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS).
Our practice philosophy is to treat all patients like our own family. Patient care should emphasize easy access to doctors in a friendly and trusting environment. It is an honor to treat patients and make every attempt to listen, diagnose and when appropriate treat conditions to improve upon peoples’ lives. To this end our doctors strive to maintain current and cutting edge technological advancements in our field as its evidenced by our multiple educational, academic and clinical involvements.
At Georgia Oral and Facial Reconstructive Surgery we strictly prescribe to the fundamental elements of our profession. We adhere that surgery is a learned discipline with high standard of knowledge and performance where responsibility for serving others above self-interest and reward is our prime directive. We characterize our work by commitment to excellence and practice with unwavering personal integrity and compassion. We consider our position more than a job- it is an honor and privilege.
What the Surgeon Ought to be:
The conditions necessary for the Surgeon are four: First, they should be learned; Second, they should be expert; Third, they should be ingenious; and Fourth, they should be able to adapt themselves.
It is required for the First that the Surgeon should know not only the principles of surgery, but also those of medicine in theory and practice; for the Second, that they should have seen others operate; for the Third, that they should be ingenious, of good judgment and memory to recognize conditions; and for the Fourth, that they be adaptable and able to accommodate themself to circumstances. Let the Surgeon be bold in all sure things, and fearful in dangerous things; let them avoid all faulty treatments and practices. They ought to be gracious to the sick, considerate to their associates, cautious in their prognostications. let them be modest, dignified, gentle, pitiful, and merciful; not covetous nor an extortionist of money; but rather let their reward be according to their work, to the means of the patient, to the quality of the issue, and to their own dignity”.
Guy de Chauliac 1300-1370 (“Father of Surgery”)