Dr. Priyanka Monga, D.M.D
Dr. Monga holds an undergraduate degree in Biology from India, a Bachelors in Dental Surgery from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, India. Soon after, she completed a two-year residency program dedicated to Orofacial Pain Including TMD from Tufts University School of Dental Sciences. While at Tufts she served as Chief Resident and had the opportunity to treat and manage chronic orofacial pain , non-odontogenic pain , temporomandibular joint disorders, headache disorders, neuropathic, neuralgic pain disorders and dental sleep medicine.
Dr. Monga is board certified by American Board of Orofacial Pain and is currently a member of American Academy of Orofacial Pain (AAOP,) ODA and ADA . She has presented scientific posters at both national and international conferences and has a keen interest in research. Her goal is to provide effective evidence-based treatment and management to patients suffering from Orofacial pain in the most conservative way possible.
Dr. Nicholas A. Wyatt, D.M.D
Dr. Wyatt, originally from Cincinnati, Ohio attended Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine in Chicago, Illinois.
Upon graduation, he entered into the United States Army and was stationed in Fort Gordon, Georgia.
While at Fort Gordon, he underwent extensive training and completed externships in Oral Surgery and Endodontics. Dr. Wyatt is fully competent in advanced oral surgery procedures, which includes wisdom teeth removal, socket preservation, maxillary sinus elevation and implant placement. He places and restores both single unit and full arch implant retained prosthetics.
Dr. Wyatt grew up working in his family owned and operated dental lab and new home construction business. He credits his parents for his strong work ethic and desire to always push his limitations in working towards his goals.
Dr. Wyatt and his wife, also an army veteran, are proud new parents to a baby girl named Willow Marie.