Maryland Oral Surgery Associates

Dentist

6201 Greenbelt Rd.

Suite M-1

College Park, MD 20740

Open Today By Appointment

mosa4os.com

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A
2 weeks ago
First time patient for a wisdom tooth extraction. Office staff very courteous and friendly, made you feel like a long time patient even emailed me the new patient forms to fill out before my visit; saved a lot of head scratching trying to remember everything need for the form. Dr. Stark and his assistant were very professional in explaining everything the procedure would involve, again very friendly when conversing with them. Procedure went even better than expected and experienced no post-op problems. Would definitely recommend this office to anyone looking for a dentist.
C
2 weeks ago
fast, easy, pain free
The dentist, Mary Robinson was very pleasant and caring. No pain felt at all.
R
1 month ago
Extremely pleased with our experience
Dr. Carter-Robinson and the staff at MOSA were very kind, professional and responsive to our questions and needs. My son had four wisdom teeth removed. The surgery went well and he did not experience complications. It's been two weeks since the surgery and he continues to heal nicely. I would highly recommend this practice and in particular Dr. Carter-Robinson.
L
3 months ago
Terrible life-threatening experience
The surgeon's name is NKEMAKONAM R.EGOLUM. I only have my lower right wisdom tooth removed. There were three huge stitches in my gum after teeth extraction with a 3-cm long stitch thread outside. With local anesthesia, I experienced the worst teeth extraction procedure ever. The whole process was very rude, without any infection precautions and medication, resulting in massive infection afterwards. The extraction was done without any antibiotics prescription. I told them I have been experience severe swelling and pain first day after extraction, but was informed that it was normal. The third day, I feel the swelling caused the pressure on my central airway and had a hard time breathing and speaking. I coughed a lot, with mucus out with blood clot. I called the doctor, and he still said it was normal and I did not need to go back for checkup. My husband insisted to let me go back for a check. We were told that there was lots of infection. We are sent to get a CT scan, showing lots of abscess formed in the place of teeth extraction. We went back to the office, and the doctor told me that I need to get another surgery and also cut open the neck to drain the abscess. We asked the doctor why this happened and why not give us the antibiotics, he just said it was totally normal. We went to the ER in Washington Hospital Center. The CT showed there was lot of abscess in the root of the teeth, meaning the infection already in the process of the surgery. I had to take another surgery both intra-oral and extra-oral to drain the abscess with neck cut open, to prevent the pressure on my central airway for life-saving. We want to know, what the odds of this kind of massive infection happened? During all the process of interacting with NKEMAKONAM R.EGOLUM, his attitude was very rude. We are so unsatisfied and hold the right to ask for a lawyer for the malpractice of negligence, and the doctor just responded that it is waste of time and money with arrogance.
L
3 months ago
Terrible life-threatening experience
The surgeon's name is NKEMAKONAM R.EGOLUM. I only have my lower right wisdom tooth removed. There were three huge stitches in my gum after teeth extraction with a 3-cm long stitch thread outside. With local anesthesia, I experienced the worst teeth extraction procedure ever. The whole process was very rude, without any infection precautions and medication, resulting in massive infection afterwards. The extraction was done without any antibiotics prescription. I told them I have been experience severe swelling and pain first day after extraction, but was informed that it was normal. The third day, I feel the swelling caused the pressure on my central airway and had a hard time breathing and speaking. I coughed a lot, with mucus out with blood clot. I called the doctor, and he still said it was normal and I did not need to go back for checkup. My husband insisted to let me go back for a check. We were told that there was lots of infection. We are sent to get a CT scan, showing lots of abscess formed in the place of teeth extraction. We went back to the office, and the doctor told me that I need to get another surgery and also cut open the neck to drain the abscess. We asked the doctor why this happened and why not give us the antibiotics, he just said it was totally normal. We went to the ER in Washington Hospital Center. The CT showed there was lot of abscess in the root of the teeth, meaning the infection already in the process of the surgery. I had to take another surgery both intra-oral and extra-oral to drain the abscess with neck cut open, to prevent the pressure on my central airway for life-saving. We want to know, what the odds of this kind of massive infection happened? During all the process of interacting with NKEMAKONAM R.EGOLUM, his attitude was very rude. We are so unsatisfied and hold the right to ask for a lawyer for the malpractice of negligence, and the doctor just responded that it is waste of time and money with arrogance.
L
3 months ago
Terrible experience for dental surgey
The surgeon's name is NKEMAKONAM R.EGOLUM. I only have my lower right wisdom tooth removed. There were three huge stitches in my gum after teeth extraction with a 3-cm long stitch thread outside. With local anesthesia, I experienced the worst teeth extraction procedure ever. The whole process was very rude, without any infection precautions and medication, resulting in massive infection afterwards. The extraction was done without any antibiotics prescription. I told them I have been experience severe swelling and pain first day after extraction, but was informed that it was normal. The third day, I feel the swelling caused the pressure on my central airway and had a hard time breathing and speaking. I coughed a lot, with mucus out with blood clot. I called the doctor, and he still said it was normal and I did not need to go back for checkup. My husband insisted to let me go back for a check. We were told that there was lots of infection. We are sent to get a CT scan, showing lots of abscess formed in the place of teeth extraction. We went back to the office, and the doctor told me that I need to get another surgery and also cut open the neck to drain the abscess. We asked the doctor why this happened and why not give us the antibiotics, he just said it was totally normal. We went to the ER in Washington Hospital Center. The CT showed there was lot of abscess in the root of the teeth, meaning the infection already in the process of the surgery. I had to take another surgery both intra-oral and extra-oral to drain the abscess with neck cut open, to prevent the pressure on my central airway for life-saving. We want to know, what the odds of this kind of massive infection happened? During all the process of interacting with NKEMAKONAM R.EGOLUM, his attitude was very rude. We are so unsatisfied and hold the right to ask for a lawyer for the malpractice of negligence, and the doctor just responded that it is waste of time and money with arrogance.
D
3 months ago
Professional staff
Very satisfied with the service received the staf was very professional and the surgery was very relaxing and knowledgeable she made me so relax and comfortable while sitting in her chair... I forgot how afraid of the dentis I was...
Z
6 months ago
I should have found them sooner!
Prior to finding this practice, I spent months and a lot of money visiting other dental practices that I did not connect with. I knew after my first consultation with Dr. Stark that I wanted to have my extractions and dental implant done by him. The office staff, particularly Vanessa, were extremely efficient and professional. As someone who has not had great experiences with dentists, I was extremely comfortable during my procedure and everything went extremely well. Dr. Stark blow in, blow up, and blow out. My entire procedure was about 30-40 minutes with no issues.
W
7 months ago
Dr. Stark was very professional and provided a very informative assessment of my condition and needs required to correct my dental condition.
L
7 months ago
Wisdom Teeth Extraction
The surgeon and nurses provided excellent service. I was extremely nervous and they were very gentle and understanding. I would definitely recommend this office to anyone needing dental surgery.