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David Burden, DDS

Oral surgeon in Round Rock, Texas
Dr. Burden

Great Oaks Dentistry

Dr. David Burden graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. He completed his undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University in 2001, where he received a BS in genetics. Additionally, Dr. Burden also completed a one-year advanced education in general dentistry residency at UTHSCSA, where he received training in Intravenous conscious sedation, complicated oral surgery procedures, and implant dentistry procedures. Dr. Burden is a member of the Texas Dental Association, the American Dental Association, and the local District Dental Society.

Learn more at www.davidburdendds.com.

Chad Orlich, DDS
Periodontist in Round Rock, Texas
Dr. Orlich

Great Oaks Dentistry

Dr. Chad Orlich was born in Houston, Texas. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in biological sciences at the University of Washington in Seattle. While in Seattle, he helped organize the first nationally recognized pre-dental club for the university. He earned his doctorate in dental medicine from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Orlich’s National Board scores placed him in the top 4% of all dentists and earned him a spot in one of the most sought after periodontal programs in the country. Dr. Orlich dedicated the next three years of his life studying periodontics and dental implants. He was trained by some of the country’s best periodontists and dental implant experts. Dr. Orlich’s expertise and clinical skill earned him the position of chief resident. He also served as a clinical adjunct teacher for dental students at Nova Southeastern University, and he has performed multiple lectures and seminars for both graduate and post-graduate dental students. After his specialty training in periodontics and advanced dental implant placement, Dr. Orlich returned to Texas to practice in the Austin area.

After working for two years at the Dental Fears Research Clinic at the University of Washington, Dr. Orlich learned the importance of dental psychology and how to manage fearful patients. After listening to his patients’ concerns about having to travel between multiple dental offices for specialty and surgical procedures, Dr. Orlich decided to build a practice that focuses instead on himself traveling between multiple dental offices in order to accommodate patients. This arrangement has allowed him to bring specialty care to patients in an environment in which they feel comfortable. Dr. Orlich plans to expand the mobility of dental specialists creating “Super Dental Practices” that can provide advanced dental treatment to patients in a single location.

While not working, Dr. Orlich is an avid scuba diver and enjoys hiking, spending time outdoors, and listening to live music.

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