We love what we do, and we’re always looking for ways to serve others through oral surgery and education. Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery is proud to offer programs that engage our community and extend a helping hand to those in need of oral health care.

The Academic Advantage program provides tools and resources for students in 6th–12th grade who want to pursue a career in the medical and/or dental field.

Through the Project Save A Mouth (PSAM) program, you can find out how everyday habits can negatively affect your oral health and discover ways to prevent and treat oral health issues.

The Second Chance program gives one member of the community the opportunity to restore their oral health, aesthetics, and functionality through a specialized treatment called full-arch restoration at no charge!

The 100 Club provides free tooth extractions to patients over the age of 100. Tooth extraction can alleviate discomfort and prevent oral health issues, resulting in a happier and healthier smile.

Learn more about the programs currently offered at Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery by clicking an icon below.

From The Great Plains Zoo Facebook:

Curious about what happens when a zoo animal needs a root canal?

“Check out this video to find out! CJJ did great during his procedure and has recovered well with his pack! A huge thanks to Dr. Miller and his team for generously donating their time and skills to help us out. We’re incredibly lucky to have you!”