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(MINOT, ND)-Trinity Health will soon open a second clinic for oral and facial surgery. Oral & maxillofacial surgeon Juan J. Ulloa, DDS, will relocate his practice to Plaza 16, 2815 16th St. SW. The Oral & Maxillofacial Reconstruction Center is scheduled to open September 26. "In addition to typical consults for oral & maxillofacial patients, I'll focus on complex reconstruction procedures involving advanced techniques," Dr. Ulloa said. His skills include complex surgery for facial and jaw deformities, dental implants; reconstructive surgery due to trauma, tumor surgery, missing teeth or long-term denture wear; and bone grafting using BMP protein therapy for bone regeneration. A graduate of the Colombian (SA) College of Dentistry, Dr. Ulloa completed a surgical residency in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital. During his residency he spent four years with Dr. Robert Marx and other world-renowned surgeons, focusing on head and neck cancer, tumor surgery and reconstruction of facial deformities. He is fellowship-trained in head and neck tumors, reconstruction surgery and oral implantology.