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Oral surgeon Dr. Koshgerian

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Dr. Koshgerian

Board-certified oral surgeon Dr. Koshgerian brings a patient-centered approach to his practice. He will take the time to get to know you, answer questions, and help you feel confident in your decision to come to The Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Specialists of San Diego.

About Dr. Koshgerian

Dr. Koshgerian takes a straightforward approach to care: treat every patient with respect, compassion, and dignity. Dr. Koshgerian is passionate about maintaining an oral surgery practice centered around a patient’s well-being. He strives to ensure everyone feels comfortable and safe while improving their oral health.

Education and Residency

Dr. Koshgerian began his formal education at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. After working as a surgical assistant for the surgeon who removed his wisdom teeth and inspired by the specialty’s unique hybrid of dentistry and medicine, he set out on the path to become an oral and maxillofacial surgeon himself.

Graduating first in his class from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry, Dr. Koshgerian earned acceptance into the prestigious oral and maxillofacial surgery residency program at the University of Louisville and its associated hospitals. Dr. Koshgerian earned his MD in 2012 and completed his general surgery training and specialty training in oral and maxillofacial surgery in 2015. Once his residency was completed, Dr. Koshgerian continued his pursuit of knowledge and surgical skill in Los Angeles at Kaiser Permanente. Today, Dr. Koshgerian is a Fellow at Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles in orthognathic surgery.

Dr. Koshgerian talking to patient

Education and Residency

Dr. Koshgerian began his formal education at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. After working as a surgical assistant for the surgeon who removed his wisdom teeth and inspired by the specialty’s unique hybrid of dentistry and medicine, he set out on the path to become an oral and maxillofacial surgeon himself.

Graduating first in his class from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry, Dr. Koshgerian earned acceptance into the prestigious oral and maxillofacial surgery residency program at the University of Louisville and its associated hospitals. Dr. Koshgerian earned his MD in 2012 and completed his general surgery training and specialty training in oral and maxillofacial surgery in 2015. Once his residency was completed, Dr. Koshgerian continued his pursuit of knowledge and surgical skill in Los Angeles at Kaiser Permanente. Today, Dr. Koshgerian is a Fellow at Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles in orthognathic surgery.

Dr. Koshgerian talking to patient

Certifications

Dr. Koshgerian is board-certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (ABOMS). In order to achieve this certification status, Dr. Koshgerian had to undergo a rigorous peer evaluation process and demonstrate the requisite training, knowledge, and experience in the field.

Dr. Koshgerian, Dr. Shelton, and staff looking at X-ray

Certifications

Dr. Koshgerian is board-certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (ABOMS). In order to achieve this certification status, Dr. Koshgerian had to undergo a rigorous peer evaluation process and demonstrate the requisite training, knowledge, and experience in the field.

Dr. Koshgerian, Dr. Shelton, and staff looking at X-ray

Outside the Office

When Dr. Koshgerian isn’t treating his patients, he enjoys the beauty of the local beaches, new culinary experiences, and keeping fit by running in the magnificent weather and sunshine of San Diego. He also performs oral surgery at a dental community clinic for the underserved through UCSD.

Dr. Koshgerian shaking hands with patient

Outside the Office

When Dr. Koshgerian isn’t treating his patients, he enjoys the beauty of the local beaches, new culinary experiences, and keeping fit by running in the magnificent weather and sunshine of San Diego. He also performs oral surgery at a dental community clinic for the underserved through UCSD.

Dr. Koshgerian shaking hands with patient

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