Top Rated Maxillofacial Surgeon - Serving San Antonio, TX
Dr. Larry M. Wolford, known as a caring and compassionate doctor, jaw surgeon, researcher, lecturer, and inventor, is renowned globally as a leading innovator in TMJ (jaw joint) surgery, orthognathic “corrective jaw” surgery, and maxillofacial revision surgery. He has completed many thousands of successful surgeries and is the most recognized, awarded, and referred maxillofacial surgeon serving San Antonio, TX.
Dr. Wolford’s patients travel to Dallas, Tx from all over the world. He has received recognition from his esteemed surgeon colleagues in the form of numerous awards, honors, Who’s Who in the World, and voted one of the leading maxillofacial surgeons in the world. Dr. Wolford has tirelessly shared his knowledge, surgical inventions, and expertise with other jaw surgeons having trained hundreds of other jaw surgeons through various fellowships at Baylor and Texas A&M.
Dr. Wolford is a recognized expert in his field as seen on numerous media outlets and by his long list of Google 5 Star reviews. Other oral-jaw surgeons, dentists, and maxillofacial surgeons regularly refer their most difficult patients to Dr. Wolford because of his superior knowledge, capabilities, and life-changing results. Just look at the many before and after pictures posted on our Patient Testimonials page. So many patients have been blessed to find Dr. Wolford. With his help, they were able to take their life back.
Top Rated Maxillofacial Surgeon San Antonio, TX
What makes Dr. Wolford the Top Rated Maxillofacial Surgeon serving San Antonio, TX is his many years of experience in the field. He has over 40 years of surgical experience. Many of Dr. Wolford’s patients have already gone through similar procedures with other doctors. These patients come to Dr. Wolford to fix the mistakes these other doctors made.
Dr. Wolford comes from a family of dentists and or oral surgeons. His practice is family owned and operated so when you visit him it’s like visiting family. No other Maxillofacial Surgeon in the world can come close to accomplishing what Dr. Wolford can when it comes to your specific Maxillofacial Surgery needs. You have nothing to lose help us help you get your life back.
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Dr. Wolford has completed thousands of successful Maxillofacial Surgeries and Revision Surgeries that have dramatically improved patients’ lives from San Antonio, TX
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