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Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery breaks ground for new location

Amarillo, TX - Two local surgeons bring new business to Amarillo and the largest facility of it's kind to the region.

Dr. William Graves and Dr. Paul Wilkinson of Amarillo Oral Maxillofacial Surgery will be moving to a new location.

Contractors broke ground on the new 14,000 square foot facility this week. The surgical center, located on Soncy will bring new jobs to the area and the latest technology in oral surgery.

"We also do the majority of the facial trauma in Amarillo, broken jaws, broken noses, broken cheeks, things of that nature. We also do some cosmetics, we've kind of limited ourselves to minimally invasive cosmetics. We're actually qualified and privileged to do more than just that," said Dr. Graves.

The grand opening for AOMS is set for October 2014.

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