Dr. Paik completed his dental degree, specialty training in prosthodontics, and a Master of Science in oral biology from the University of Maryland Dental School, where he is now a clinical assistant professor. He practiced in Annapolis for two years before establishing his own private practice in Columbia in 2007.More about Dr. Paik >
Dr. Phillip McIver attained his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the Loma Linda University School of Dentistry in Loma Linda, California. He completed specialty training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Columbia University at Harlem Hospital Center. Since completion of his training, Dr. McIver has owned and operated three implant and oral surgical practices in North Carolina. At the same time, he created and operated over seven surgical satellite locations across the southeast region of North Carolina to provide much-needed dental care to many underserved communities.More about Dr. McIver >
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ClearChoice Dental Implants Columbia doctors know that dental implants, whether you’re looking for a single tooth, several teeth, or your complete upper or lower arch, might be the right option for you. The team at ClearChoice Dental Implants Columbia provides excellent, convenient care for every patient.
The doctors at ClearChoice Dental Columbia know that a comfortable and natural-looking teeth replacement option can improve your health and confidence. Dental implants are a simple, long-lasting solution that will allow you to smile and eat normally once again.
ClearChoice Dental Implants Columbia follows all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Dental Association (ADA), clinical and local health orders, and infection control guidelines and screens both patients and staff for signs of potential illness, including COVID-19. Learn more here.
Oral health can have a significant impact on your overall health, so it’s important not to delay treatment. Whether you are looking to fix a single tooth, several teeth, or your full upper or lower arch, dental implants may be the best option for you. We look forward to addressing your dental issues and to putting you on a path to improve your total wellness. Schedule a free consultation to discuss your teeth replacement options and receive a personalized treatment plan.