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Will Osibin III, DDS

Dr. Will Osibin III received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry in May 2013 and has dedicated himself to continuing his education and training while providing top-tier dental services for the past 5+ years.

He went on to receive his Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Certificate from the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Dentistry, which allows him to specialize in this field and provide cutting-edge dental solutions to his patients.

Dr. Osibin goes above and beyond for his patients by earning their trust and generating real relationships with them. He is always researching new solutions to provide the highest quality of care. It is his goal for all patients to feel comfortable and secure, knowing they are receiving the very best service.

He has a desire to share his knowledge and continues to give back to the dental professional community. He taught both at the University of Michigan and the University of Missouri Kansas City schools of dentistry, helping to pass on skills and expertise that he has developed as a practicing DDS.

He is recognized by his peers and patients alike as an expert who goes out of his way to ensure the dental solutions he recommends and provides are always geared towards a long-term solution. Dr. Osibin’s chairside manner and the way he relates to people make him a beloved part of the dental community.

Profile Details

Name: Will Osibin III, DDS

Speciality: Maxillofacial Surgeon

Office is open from

Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

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Biopsies
If you find suspicious tissue in your mouth, on the inside of your cheeks, or on your lips or tongue, don’t hesitate to come in for examination and biopsy. A biopsy can catch oral pathology such as cancer so you can start treatment before it becomes a serious issue.




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Hybrid Dentures
If you are looking for dentures that don’t slip around in your mouth or cause you to slur your words, consider hybrid dentures. This style of denture is securely attached to dental implants to provide a sturdy and worry-free foundation.





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Full Mouth Extractions
There are times when gum disease or severe decay has caused too many problems in your mouth. In cases like these, it is often best to opt for full mouth extractions. Once your decayed teeth are removed, you can move forward with a prosthetic replacement such as dentures.


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Expose Teeth
Sometimes a molar or a canine tooth has no room to grow in and becomes impacted in the bone socket. This can lead to a variety of dental issues such as TMJ, infection, and severe pain. A teeth exposure procedure allows your surgeon to uncover the impacted tooth and either remove it or begin the process of orthodontic care.
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Bone Grafting
If you're interested in dental implants or hybrid dentures, but your jawbone doesn’t have enough density to hold them in place. Don’t worry, the team offers simple bone grafting procedures to return your jawbone to full strength.


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Wisdom Teeth Extractions
Wisdom teeth, also known as your third molars, often don’t have enough room to fully emerge. And when they do emerge they can push your other teeth out of alignment. Often times, it’s best to have them removed to avoid serious dental complications.
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Dental Implants
If you are one of the millions of Americans missing a tooth, you have options for replacement. Consider dental implants. These sturdy artificial tooth roots serve as a permanent base or dental crowns or even dentures.


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