Dental Services for Dentists  

Biopsy Services
(706) 721-2721

Specialists in oral and maxillofacial pathology maintain an active biopsy service for the microscopic examination of tissue specimens. Contact Dora Hawes or Regina Hand for more information.


If you have questions about materials, procedures, or diagnoses, call our faculty. An operator will route your call to someone who can assist you.

Continuing Education
(706) 721-3967

Continuing Education courses include a variety of topics in several locations. Registration information and a schedule of courses are available from the Augusta University Division of Continuing Education.

Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology Services
(706) 721-2264

Plain film tomographic imaging techniques are offered to practitioners for the assessment of the oral and maxillofacial region. Tomography is particularly useful for the evaluation of the temporomandibular joint, pre-surgical assessment of proposed dental implant sites, and as an aid in the diagnosis of pathosis. Clinicians will receive a written diagnostic report and the appropriate radiographs for all referrals.

Speaker's Bureau
(706) 721-3881

Faculty members are available for presentations to study clubs, district dental meetings and other professional gatherings. Contact Dr. Barry Hammond for additional information about speakers and topics.

Clinical Center for Oral Medicine
(706) 721-2607

Specialists in oral and maxillofacial radiology, pathology and oral medicine accept referrals for the diagnosis and management of oral diseases. Contact Debi Richards, scheduling coordinator, for an appointment with Dr. Scott De Rossi or Dr. Ilanit Stern.

Sterilizer Service
(706) 721-2991

Sterilizer testing is available on a weekly or monthly basis. Contact Michelle Burnside Barnes for more information.

Telemedicine Service
(706) 721-9500

For those in areas not in close proximity to Augusta University, radiographic, clinical and microscopic consultations may be obtained through the use of the Augusta University Telemedicine Center. Peripheral sites are located throughout the state. Contact Peggy Salter for more information.

TM Disorders
(706) 721-2607


Augusta University has assembled a team of specialists to evaluate difficult TM disorder problems. Oral medicine specialists, oral surgeons, and a psychologist use a multi-disciplinary approach to address complex problems.