Dr. Perez published in JOMS

3 Oral Surgery students in scrubs and jackets smiling for a photo

Dr. Perez was selected to do a Hemi-Mandibular Elongation (HME) research project alongside Dr. Jeffrey Posnick, an internationally renowned oral surgeon specializing in the art of craniofacial surgery. HME is condition where the lower jaw grows much larger on one side shifting the chin and lower facial area, thus interfering with the esthetic balance of […]

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#NuImageBookDrive

Clip art photo of childrens books stacked standing up with the text #nuimagebookdrive above them. A blue, Dr. Seuss fish with Dr. Kamoh's face on it also shows with a text bubble that says 1,000 books here we come!

Nu Image is holding a book drive for the entire month of April to benefit Book Harvest, a local nonprofit organization that provides books to children in need throughout the Triangle area. We have asked local dental offices to participate by collecting new or gently used children’s books at their office. We then will stop […]

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Dr. Jorge Perez and Leading the Pack

One Puerto Rican man, one African American man and one Cuban man all wearing headphones smiling for a picture as they record a podcast.

On February 13th, 2017, Dr. Jorge Perez had the opportunity to sit down with Perry Williams and Andres Quintana from the podcast, Leading the Pack. Created in 2016, Leading the Pack is designed to motivate, inspire and enhance the audiences’ personal development. Dr. Perez was asked to join in for this podcast to share what motivates […]

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Autism Awareness Month

Photo of two parents and their triplets all wearing blue shirts to support Autism Awareness Month.

Did you know: Autism now affects 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys Autism prevalence figures are growing Autism is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the U.S. Autism costs a family $60,000 a year on average Boys are nearly five times more likely than girls to have autism There is no […]

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Just a quick note…

“Dr. Neshat Just a quick (belated) note to Thank you for your care in placing my dental implant.  I appreciate the concern and flexibility you showed as we tried to ensure proper healing while faced with a tight deadline before my move to Maryland. Im happy to say that I believe everything has healed well. […]

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You must treat dental implants like natural teeth…

Dental Implants must be treated like natural teeth. They must be cared for (brushed, flossed, and regular dental visits).  They are not indestructible and you must understand that the patient needs to put in as much effort as the dentist/surgeon does. If you have any questions about the process or about your current needs please […]

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