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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates of Nevada

Maxillofacial Surgeon & Oral Surgeons located in Summerlin & East Side, Las Vegas, NV

6 total reviews

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates of Nevada always appreciates feedback from our valued patients. To date, we’re thrilled to have collected 6 reviews with an average rating of 4.67 out of 5 stars. Please read what others are saying about Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates of Nevada below, and as always, we would love to collect your feedback.

Georgie C.
Submitted 07/27/20
On 6/24/20, in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, I had my second oral surgery with Dr. Mark Glyman, at Southern Hills Hospital, in Las Vegas. I am 19 years old with autism. I am blessed and honored to have Saint Mark as my oral surgeon. In Pre-Op, “The Vein Whisperer” was summoned to my room because the nurse could not find a good vein for an IV. Dr. Glyman came in, pointed out the obvious, and made the nurses and everyone in the room, including my mom, roar with laughter. I realized at that moment, that making people laugh is a gift, and when well done like Saint Mark, it is a therapeutic art form. The laughs we all shared in pre-op was a remarkable healing force and allowed me to forget all my pre-surgery jitters. I don’t think humor found that room by accident. I think Saint Mark is a skilled healer in every form and fashion. I recovered very quickly too. I love Dr. Glyman and wouldn’t trust anyone more to do my third oral surgery. In my book, Saint Mark is a skilled superhero sprinkled with a wee bit of pixie dust. —Georgie Ciccarone, Jr.
Kelli L.
Submitted 07/25/20
This is a shout out to Mina, my surgery coordinator. She was extremely efficient, and made this experience pleasurable from the start!
Nina B.
Submitted 03/18/20
While Italy and the world explodes in coronavirus fever, Broadway goes dark, lights on the Vegas strip dim and we wallow in thoughts of life-and-death, oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Mark Glyman, risks his life and that of his amazing staff, to stay open during a pandemic for patients at Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates of Nevada. Dr. Glyman, has been a surgical magician for my twin teenagers with autism, and respectfully, I won’t give away the tricks of his trade. I will say, that immediately after the operation of one twin, Dr. Glyman reached out in the waiting area of Southern Hills Hospital, with an update. He speaks fast, but with a kind of subdued magic that is warm, controlled and exquisite, the sort of thing you get from a good string trio. While Dr. Glyman updates me on the success of my son’s surgery, I watch the screen behind his head roll with 14 more patients. I think, wow, unusual to take such time with a PARENT of his patient. I ask him, “Are you a workaholic?” Dr. Glyman proceeds to tell me that he has never taken a sick day in his life. He even worked after he smashed his face in a ski accident. Talk about dedication and the best part is…my sons with autism trust and adore him. Dr. Glyman understands special need idiosyncrasies in a way many doctors do not — the reason my sons nicknamed his Saint Mark. He even gave an opinion about small cavities in one kid’s mouth — way above and beyond his role as a surgeon. Dr. Mark Glyman’s board-certified surgical skill and deep care for his patients are molded into that high form we call genius. Lucky for us, Saint Mark has dropped down into our mortal world like a shooting star. He is always there, unchanged, waiting to care for you, as is his stellar staff. The icing on the cake is that Saint Mark’s skilled hands flew off the books at Harvard Medical School and UCLA Dental School and his wings landed him in a residency for general and maxillofacial surgery at Boston’s infamous Massachusetts General Hospital. That explains all the initials after his name…MD, DDS, FACS. What more could you ask for in a surgeon? -Mom of Ciccarone Twins with Autism
Steve W.
Submitted 02/22/20
Initial visit was excellent, follow up for mri authorization was horrible, took over a week just to submit to insurance. After more than two weeks, still waiting.
Janice D.
Submitted 11/20/19
He has the hands of an angel
Donald T. R.
Submitted 11/20/19
Best Doctor in the USA. He saved my Jaw.