Oral Surgeon Jobs in Arkansas

Diagnose and surgically resolve medical problems in oral tissue. Oral surgeons perform both functional and aesthetic procedures, including dental implant installation, impacted tooth extraction, and reconstructive work for accident victims. As one of the nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association (ADA), this career requires significant expertise encompassing diseases, injuries, and defects affecting hard and soft oral tissues. Many professionals in this field also perform maxillofacial surgeries.

Oral surgeons usually work in outpatient clinics or hospitals, although some establish their own private practices. They typically work long hours, as operations can span long periods of time. Additionally, surgeons in hospital and clinic environments may be required to be on call in case of emergency.

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FT Oral Surgeon - Bryant, AR

  • Dental Care Alliance
  • Bryant, AR
  • 6 days ago
Arkansas Maxillofacial Surgery Center is seeking a Full Time Oral Surgeon to join our practice....

Oral Surgeon

  • Dental Care Alliance
  • Bryant, AR
  • 23 days ago
Overview Arkansas Maxillofacial Surgery Center is seeking a Full Time Oral Surgeon to join our practice....

Oral Surgeon

  • Dental Care Alliance
  • Little Rock, AR
  • 60+ days ago
Overview arkansas maxillofacial surgery center is seeking a full time oral surgeon to join our practice. since 1993, local families looking for advanced oral and maxillofacial surgery close to home...

Oral Surgeon

  • Rock Dental Brands
  • El Dorado, AR
  • 60+ days ago
We specialize in Pediatric Dentistry, Orthodontics, General Dentistry, and Oral Surgery. First and foremost, our practice is focused on quality patient care for every patient we serve....

Demographic Data for Arkansas

Moving to Arkansas? Find some basic demographic data about Arkansas below.


2,916,042
65,231

Oral Surgeon Online Courses and Training Opportunities

So You Want To Be A Surgeon?
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Oral Communication for Engineering Leaders
Taught by Rice University communication faculty from the Rice Center for Engineering Leadership (RCEL). This course covers core topics in oral communication: Communication strategy, content, data...

The Oral Cavity: Portal to Health and Disease
This course will focus on the interprofessional realtionship of dentistry and medicine. For each session, the medical specialist will present a broad overview of specific disease entity which will...

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Salary for Oral Surgeon Jobs Nationwide

This is the average annual salary for Oral Surgeon jobs in Arkansas as reported by the BLS.

$311,460

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Licensing / Certification

Highest Education Level

Oral Surgeons in Arkansas offer the following education background
  • Vocational Degree or Certification (23.0%)
  • High School or GED (20.1%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (18.2%)
  • Doctorate Degree (16.4%)
  • Associate's Degree (14.4%)
  • Master's Degree (4.6%)
  • Some College (2.8%)
  • Some High School (0.5%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Oral Surgeons in Arkansas
  • 4-6 years (27.6%)
  • 10+ years (21.2%)
  • 2-4 years (18.9%)
  • None (16.7%)
  • Less than 1 year (7.2%)
  • 8-10 years (6.5%)
  • 1-2 years (1.8%)

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