About Dr. Goodson
Dr. Jeremy Goodson grew up with a passion for playing the trumpet. He aspired to play in a symphony with his passion for music. He fractured his teeth as a kid, and when the local dentists and oral surgeons fixed his condition, Dr. Goodson was concerned that his oral surgery would affect his ability to play an instrument. He realized that his treatment to restore his smile allowed him and many others to play successfully for years to come. Dr. Goodson has always enjoyed doing small things with his hands and reconsidered his direction of studies to medicine during his college years.
Dr. Goodson and his wife moved to Oklahoma during his surgical residency to pursue a new opportunity. He decided to join a private practice environment to work one on one with patients to provide the very best care and get to know people as if they are family. He began working at Oral Surgery Specialists of Oklahoma and loves to help our patients regain their oral health, function, and smile.
Our oral and maxillofacial surgeon received his Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry in 2007 from Brigham Young University. He then continued to dental school at the University of Iowa, College of Dentistry, achieving his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2011. Dr. Goodson fulfilled an oral and maxillofacial surgical residency program after completing his undergrad and specialized education.
At the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry, in Oklahoma City, OK, Dr. Goodson studied to complete his surgical residency program. All doctors specializing in oral surgery are required to attend at least four years of an oral and maxillofacial surgical residency program. During his surgical residency, Dr. Goodson gained extensive knowledge in the administration of anesthesia, insertion of dental implants, extraction of wisdom teeth, and many other oral procedures.
Hobbies and Interests
Outside of the practice, he enjoys spending quality time with his wife and kids. He stays active with swimming, biking, and running in his spare time. Dr. Goodson began taking lessons to learn to play the piano and trumpet when he was in kindergarten and aspires to introduce the art of music to his children as they grow up.