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Meet Our Monroe, LA Dentist

Monroe, LA dentist, Dr. Patrick McGeePatrick McGee, DDS

Since 2012, Dr. McGee has provided patients with outstanding oral health care that goes beyond the basics. He studied at Louisiana Technical University, and earned his doctor of dental surgery from the Louisiana State University School of Dentistry. Following dental school, Dr. McGee completed an extensive dental implant residency program. While in dental school, Dr. McGee received the Academy of General Dentistry Senior Dental Student Award and the Academy of Dental Public Health award for volunteer work.

Dedicated to lifelong learning, Dr. McGee has completed training in IV sedation, dental implants and bone grafting surgery, Invisalign, and Six Month Smiles. Dr. McGee has special interests in dental implantology, oral pathology and management of oral diseases, TMJ disorders and orofacial pain.  He also maintains membership in the American Dental Association, the state of Louisiana Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and the International College of Oral Implantologists.

A native of Pioneer, LA, Dr. McGee is happily married to Emily. He and his wife have two sons, Ben and Hunter, and three dogs. In his spare time, Dr. McGee enjoys keeping up with LSU sports, rooting for the New Orleans Saints, watching major league baseball, playing guitar, and attending Jesus the Good Shepherd Church.

I’m an FAGD dentist! What does that mean for you and your family?

Monroe, LA dentist, Dr. Patrick McGeeFAGD stands for Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry. Earning Fellowship takes dedication to dental continuing education (CE) beyond graduation. Only about 6 percent of general dentists in the U.S. and Canada are AGD Fellows. When you see a dentist with FAGD after their name, you can rest assured that they care about knowing the latest techniques and best practices in dentistry. AGD Fellows practice these techniques in a classroom setting multiple times a year — not every dentist does this.

To become an AGD Fellow, a dentist must: