Dr. James R. Peoples, III, a specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, graduated from the University of Texas Houston Dental Branch. As a sixth generation Texan, Dr. Peoples is renowned for his expertise and precision in the successful placement of dental implants and all other aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Practicing in Houston since 1989, Dr. Peoples has dedicated his time to ensuring that every patient receives the advantages of the best dentistry has to offer. As a leader in progressive and conservative treatment, Dr. Peoples has placed several thousand implants with a 97.5% success rate. His advanced training has created a reputation of uncompromising quality. His personal dedication to supporting excellence in the dental profession is evident in founding and directing the Westside Implant Study Club which he developed in 1998 to further the development of general practice clinicians. He also serves actively as a committee member for the Academy of Osseointegration.
“Dr. Peoples and his staff have made quite an impact on the quality of my life. I approached Dr. Peoples while I was in my 30s in search of a solution to removing a few baby teeth that had just never come out. There were no permanent teeth to force them out, and they were finally wearing down. I was nervous about the gaps that losing these baby teeth would create, but I was tired of worrying about it. Dr. Peoples and his staff worked closely with my orthodontist and dentist to come up with an implant plan that was perfect. I now have 3 gorgeous implants and no one even knows they aren’t my own teeth! And I no longer worry about losing those tiny little teeth. This process has given me confidence, a lot less to worry about, and a pretty nice smiles, if I say so myself.”
Calliese Johnson, Age 42
“I found Dr. Peoples’ technique to be very non-intrusive. I was impressed with his knowlesge and skill in the most up-to-date technology, and have been very pleased with the functional outcome and appearance of my implants.”
James Hall, Age 62
“The implants Dr. Peoples places for me have been a life changing experience. He had patience in working with me to give me the best result possible, I’ve had no side effects or problems and am very happy with the way my implants look.”
Carolyn Lindell, Age 57
“Management of the Oral Surgery Patient Addicted to Heroin”, James R. Peoples, DDS and Harold E Cook DMD. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, March 1989
“Management of Internal Maxillary Artery Hemorrhage in Temporomandibular Joint Surgery Via Selective Embolization”, James R. Peoples, DDS. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, December 1988
“Ocular Hypertelorism, Facial Basal Cell Carcinomas and Multiple Odontogenic Kerotocystis of the Jaw”, James R. People,s DDS. Journal of American Dental Association, June 1988
“Diagnosis of Anterior Mandibular Lesion”, submitted for publication to the Houston District Dental Society Newsletter, James R. Peoples, DDS. 1989.
“The Calcifying Odontogenic Cyst – Report of an Interesting Case”, submitted for publication to Journal of American Dental Association, November 1990.
Westside Implant Study Club - January 1998 to present - Director & Founder
Radio Talk Show Guest with Dr. David Mobley
KSEV – Houston, Texas March 1993, May 1996
UCLA Medical Center Emergency Department, “Management of the Oral/Maxillofacial Trauma Patient”, September 1987
Southern California Society of Oral/Maxillofacial Surgeons, “Diagnosis and Treatment of Internal Maxillary Artery Hemorrhage in Temporomandibular Joint Surgery via elective Embolizaiton”, April 1988
Houston District Dental Society, “Dental Office Emergencies – Diagnosis and Treatment”, September 1989
Memorial Hospital – Memorial City Emergency Department, “Diagnosis and Treatment of Maxillary and Mandibular Fractures”, April 1990
Texas A&M Club, Houston “The Many Faces of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Practice”, June 1990
Lausanne Dental Society, Lausanne, Switzerland, “Temporomandibular Joint Disorders – Diagnosis and Current Trends”, October 1990
Board Certified by the American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 1990