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About Dr. Radakovich
Dr. Radakovich's career in private practice as an oral surgeon has been distinguished by his professional appointments, by his role as an educator, and his leadership and commitment to local and national dental organizations.
After graduating from Dental School at Oregon Health Sciences University and his internship year at Emory University in Atlanta, Dr. Radakovich went on to complete his residency program in oral and maxillofacial surgery at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. He is now proud to practice advanced dentistry in NE Portland, Oregon, offering a variety of oral surgery services from wisdom tooth removal to restorative treatments such as dental implants.
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Best Doctor I've ever had, hands down!
"Probably one of the best doctors I've ever had, hands down! His team is incredible too. I've been struggling with complications from a difficult wisdom tooth removal (unrelated to surgery itself), and Dr "Rad" and is team have been compassionate, thorough, responsive, and kind beyond comparison."
- Avalyn T.
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