Dr. Daniel Nielson Opens New Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Center

Dr. Daniel Nielson, son of Dr. Don, opened Great Plains Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Center, P.A. in Olathe on August 1, 2013.

Dr. Dan was a general dentist at Nielson Family Dentistry for 6 years after which he became a teaching fellow at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. This led into the rigorous Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Residency through the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, based out of Truman Medical Center on Hospital Hill. This was followed by 30 months of studying both the diagnostic and surgical aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery at Truman Medical Center, St. Luke’s Health System and Children’s Mercy Hospital.

Great Plains Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is a comprehensive oral and facial surgery provider. In-office anesthesia is offered as well as the great service and care you’ve come to expect from the Nielson family. If you need treatment related to sleep apnea, bone grafting, TMJ disorders, facial trauma or other types of oral and maxillofacial surgery, contact Dr. Dan Nielson today.
Congratulations, Dr. Dan. We couldn’t be prouder!

4 comments (Add your own)

1. Kevin Hogan wrote:
Dan, I have been a patient of your dads for years and I wouldn't want what I'm about to say getting back to him. But... I have had several crowns put on by him and all have come off at one time or another therefore having to be re-attached. Since I am considering veneers, and since you are obviously up on the new technology in veneers, I thought I would give you a shot at doing them.

I would like to visit with you and check out the possibility. Just let me know when.

Sincerely, Kevin Hogan

Sun, December 28, 2014 @ 4:27 PM

2. Zach wrote:
It is always good to hear of new oral surgical centers opening up. I don't think we could ever get enough these in the world. To me, oral health is really important. There is a reason why we are very sensitive in our mouth. It would be really smart to take care of your mouth because once you ruin your teeth or anything else, there really is no way to replace them.

Fri, April 17, 2015 @ 5:34 PM

3. Veronika Dalton wrote:
I am so thankful for great oral surgeons. Excellent care makes all the difference. There's something about a new facility that makes me feel so much more confident that I am going to receive superior care for my procedure. I have had a lot of dental work done in the last 5 years as a result of a filling that led to an infection in my gums, and walking into an outdated facility with old equipment makes me immediately anxious that I'm in for a ton of pain. And I think that anxiety makes the procedure itself twice as painful and unpleasant as it otherwise would be if I was in a newer facility with updated technology and tools.

Tue, September 15, 2015 @ 2:55 PM

4. Cheryl Lipp wrote:
I have a very ill fitting bottom denture and want to know if you do implants with bone grafting for denture retention, I really would like to see someone in the St. Lukes system as I work for BSP, within the St. Lukes network. It is time for me to have a permanent bottom denture as the on I have was maade several months ago, but I do not want o pay for one twice , if I need a different one for my denture after bone grafting, I am generally healthy, 61 year old. plas email me and let me know

Wed, November 8, 2017 @ 3:41 PM

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