Michael P. Ding, DDS, MD
Dr. Michael P. Ding joined the Austin Oral Surgery team of doctors in July 2010. Dr. Ding received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences from Texas A&M University prior to attending Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas for his Doctor of Dental Surgery.
He then attended Texas Tech University School of Medicine to obtain his Doctor of Medicine where he had the honor of graduating Valedictorian of his class. After medical school, Dr. Ding returned to Dallas where he completed an internship in General Surgery at Baylor University Medical Center before concluding his residency training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Baylor College of Dentistry. Dr. Ding is also a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
He has lectured nationally on topics related to craniofacial reconstruction and management of head and neck pathology. He has also a served on medical and dental mission trips, caring for patients needing cleft lip and palate repair, post traumatic injuries and other needs. Dr. Ding practices a complete scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery with particular interest in corrective jaw surgery and dental rehabilitation utilizing dental implants.
Dr. Ding practices at the Cedar Park office with Dr. Craig Knell.
My family and I have been going to Austin Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery for the past several years and we’ve always had a great experience with them. Dr. Ding has taken care of us for all of our oral surgical needs in a professional and speedy manner.Martha l.
Various types of changes can occur in the lining mucosa of the mouth. We are asked frequently to evaluate patients for changes in the mouth, in the salivary glands, and in the bone of the upper and lower jaws.
If you have lost several teeth, you should consider dental implants to enjoy all of your favorite foods, restore your appearance and preserve your facial structure.
We offer various anesthesia options to help minimize patients’ discomfort during oral procedures. Our knowledgeable doctors and their teams can administer nitrous oxide, oral sedation, IV moderate sedation, or IV deep sedation.
You may need to undergo a tooth extraction if you have overcrowded, severely damaged, or diseased teeth. Our team of oral health experts can help you determine if a tooth extraction is right for you.
We provide emergency care and long-term reconstruction and rehabilitation services to treat facial injuries such as lacerations, avulsed teeth, fractured bones, dislocated jaws, and more.