About the Practice
In Dallas, TX, our practice creates a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for all patient appointments. We offer a variety of oral procedures as well as anesthesia options to prevent pain or discomfort during treatment. Drs. Phillips and Ray will provide a thorough consultation to determine the proper oral procedure needed to treat your condition and restore your smile. Our oral surgeons are highly qualified to perform the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery, including dental implant placement, wisdom teeth removal, bone grafting, pre-prosthetic surgery, and more.
At Park Cities Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates, our staff is more than happy to assist you with scheduling your appointments, financial or insurance inquiries, and questions about recovery. Our board-certified oral surgeons have years of training and experience and are prepared to treat any oral or facial condition, no matter how complex. Our practice is home to advanced surgical tools and equipment, such as 3D imaging technology, which allows us to provide the most detailed and accurate treatments. To learn more about our practice or the services we offer in Dallas, TX, feel free to visit our website or contact our staff directly.
Meet the Doctors
Dr. William Phillips
Dr. William Phillips grew up in Denton, TX, and became inspired to pursue a career in oral surgery by his uncle, who was a surgeon. He enjoyed taking things apart as a kid, fixing things, puzzles, and putting things back together. After watching his uncle enjoy his job of helping people, Dr. Phillips became interested in working with his hands and helping others.
Dr. Phillips assists with the oral surgical residency program, maintains hospital privileges, and is on call for trauma cases at Baylor University Medical Center. He is also a faculty member at Texas A&M College of Dentistry in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
Dr. Michael Ray
A native Texan, Dr. Michael Ray grew up in The Colony, just north of Dallas. He always wanted to pursue a career in the in the medical field and has found that oral surgery is an ideal way for him to help people.