Dear Guest,


Appalachian Oral Surgery Center (AOSC) is closely following the evolving impact of the Coronavirus (COVID19).  Our mission has always been to provide the best consult-to-end smile patient experience possible and as the situation has developed, we continue to follow guidance from the national and state public health experts and take steps to ensure the safety and peace of mind of our patients and AOSC team members.


We have taken a number of precautionary measures and built upon the rigorous and strict sanitation standards already in place.  This includes frequent disinfecting of all surfaces and key touch-points, increased hand-washing, minimizing direct contact and instructing employees to stay home if they have any symptoms or have traveled recently.


As we continue to monitor this situation, our commitment to providing a maximally satisfying experience remains unchanged.


We thank you for your trust and confidence, 



*Please Read Below*

COVID19 Travel Guidelines for WV

COVID-19 WV Guidelines for Travel
COVID-19 Guidance -- Vacation Travel 6-1
Adobe Acrobat Document 222.1 KB

AOSC's Initial Memo to Patients

AOSC Memo COVID-19 to Patients
AOSC Memo COVID-19 to Patients (15 March
Adobe Acrobat Document 185.7 KB

AOSC's Initial Screening Form

AOSC COVID-19 Initial Screening Form for Patients
AOSC Initial COVID-19 Screening Form.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 20.3 KB

These policies are a PDF document which requires the latest version of Adobe Reader Software

- What you need to know about Handwashing -

- Live Handwashing Presentation -

- Fight Germs: Wash Your Hands -

- How to Wash Your Hands -

 Office hours:

Monday through Friday

(8am - 6pm)



Extended hours

(Evenings & Weekends)



Call or text 


Proud to serve oral surgery to the areas of WV (Clarksburg, Farmington, Wheeling, Bridgeport, Morgantown, Fairmont, Shinnston, Weston, Grafton, Buckhannon, Parkersburg); MD (Cumberland, Deep Creek, Oakland); OH (Steubenvilleand); and PA (Uniontown, Mount Morris, Waynesburg, Smithfield, Washington). 


Proud to be an oral surgeon to the local schools of WV: Monongalia County, Marion County, Harrison County, Taylor County, Preston County, Ohio County, Randolph County, Marshall County, Webster County, Braxton County, Nicholas County, Upshur County.


Proud to serve oral surgery and dental care for patients who need dental emergency care, emergency care, dental pain, toothache, infected tooth, infection, abscess, tooth hurts, IV anesthesia, sedation dentistry, sedation surgery, IV sedation, tooth pain, broken tooth, fracture tooth, IV sedation, dental anxiety, urgent dental care.


Secure Your Smile™ with AOSC!