Address: 7917 Woodway Dr. Waco, TX 76712 View Map
Phone: (254) 537-1071
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About Us

At Waco Surgical Arts, our team built a practice around a philosophy of patient care that’s becoming extinct. Our patients are seen quickly because they deserve to be seen quickly, they get quality time with the doctor, and receive outstanding follow-up care. Our goal is to have every patient leave pain-free. Dental care is important and it doesn’t have to be scary.

DR. JASON BECK – DDS, MD

Dr. Beck is a dually licensed physician in both medicine and dentistry. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2004 from the University of Texas at Houston. He then stayed to train in the Texas Medical Center, where he obtained an MD degree from UT-Houston Medical School and a certificate in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is currently Board Certified in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

 

Dr. Beck practices a full range of oral and maxillofacial surgery, but his interests are in dental implants, pathology, and bone grafting. Dr. Beck has lectured on all topics and is currently the Director of a regional Seattle Study Club, which provides continuing education and training to dentists. He keeps up to date with the latest technology in the field of dentistry and surgery and is a current member of the Academy of Osseointegration, which is recognized as the premier association for implant dentistry science.

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Procedures

Jaw Surgery - Often, a general dentist will find that a patient’s teeth or jaws are causing trouble for the patient’s bite or appearance. The patient might experience symptoms such as pain while chewing, uneven wear on the teeth, jaw discomfort, and abnormal facial appearance.

These symptoms can be the result of abnormal growth of the upper or lower jaws, or both. A patient’s strategy for care can include orthodontic treatment (such as braces), jaw surgery (jaw repositioning surgery), or both.  Read more....

Reconstruction After Facial Trauma - When a patient or loved one has a physically traumatic experience, knowing what to expect from your healthcare professionals and your treatment plan can make the healing process faster and easier. Many traumatic injuries require specialized care and your general dentist may refer you to an oral surgeon who has expertise in this area.  Read more....

Facial Rejuvenation - According to Dentistry Today, facial rejuvenation is any cosmetic, dental, or medical procedure that is used to restore a younger appearance to the human face without surgery.  Read more....

Pathology & Treatment - Pathology & Treatment centers around the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of different conditions and diseases affecting the mouth, teeth, jaw, and face. While good oral hygiene is important and can help prevent a lot of discomfort and illness, some situations require a different kind of care.  Read more....

Same Day Dental Implants - Tooth loss is a devastating event can have painful consequences for both oral health and self-confidence. Thankfully, dental implants are completely changing the landscape of reconstructive dentistry by providing patients with revitalizing health benefits, long lasting quality, and a virtually seamless appearance.   Read more...

Dental Extraction & Removing Wisdom Teeth - Nowadays, tooth extractions and oral surgery for wisdom teeth removal is a regular procedure – a norm for young adults. It’s not always necessary, though. However, if you wait too long, you could have problems that could last a few days or a lifetime.  Read more....

Sedation & Advanced Anesthesia - Let’s face it, not everyone looks forward to visiting the dentist. Some people would rather tolerate the pain of a toothache than step foot in a dentist’s office. Some people are so apprehensive about going to the dentist that they prefer not to have any treatment. However, regular dental visits are essential for the maintenance of healthy teeth and gums.

For those who get worked up about going to the dentist, sedation dentistry may be a helpful tool. Sedation can be used for everything from root canals to a simple tooth cleaning. How it’s used depends on the severity of the fear.  Read more....

Chronic Pain, Headache & TMJ Treatment - Your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the hinge that connects your jaw to your skull. Temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJD, causes jaw pain where the joint’s supporting muscles can be the source of your migraines.  Read more....

ALL-ON-4 PROCEDURE - The ALL-ON-4 PROCEDURE uses four titanium dental implants to anchor the upper and lower jaw. After the implants are in, full-arch prosthesis teeth are added afterward. The ALL-ON-4 PROCEDURE is often used to replace dentures or missing teeth and completed in one day.  Read more....