Michael R. Warner, DDS, PhD

Meet Dr. Warner

Michael Warner, DDS, PhD

Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

EDUCATION

Abilene Christian University, Abilene TX B.A. Chemistry, 1973-1977 M.A. Chemistry, 1977-1979
UTHSCSA Dental School, San Antonio TX D.D.S., 1978-1982
UTHSCD School of Biomedical Sciences, Dallas TX Ph.D. Cell Biology and Anatomy, 1982-1984
Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas TX
Internship Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, 1984-1985

Residency Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, 1985-1987

HONORS and AWARDS

Physician of the Month, JPS Physician Network, November, 2007
Basic Science Award, 1st place, Plastic Surgery Education Foundation, 1993
Clinician-Scientist Award, Scott, White Sherwood and Brindley Foundation, 1992-1996
American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Research Award, 1983
American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Undergraduate Achievement Award, 1982 Graduate
Postgraduate Academic Achievement Award (4.00 GPA), Abilene Christian University, 1979
Robert B. Welch Foundation Research Award, 1977

Alpha Chi Honor Society, 1974-1977

Licensure and Certification

American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, valid 3/31/92 – 3/31/12

ACLS, valid 9/2006 – 10/2010

Institutional Affiliations

John Peter Smith Hospital, 4/1999 present, Active
1300 Main Street

Fort Worth TX 76104

Baylor All Saints Hospital, 6/1999 – present, Active
8th Street

Fort Worth TX 76104

Baylor Surgical Hospital Fort Worth, 5/2000 present, Active
750 13th Avenue

Fort Worth TX 76104

Weatherford Regional Medical Hospital, 6/1999 present, Active

713 E Anderson Lane

Weatherford TX 76086

Cook Children’s Medical Center, 10/2004 present, Active
801 Seventh Ave

Fort Worth TX 76104

Scott & White Memorial Hospital, 1/1988 3/1999, Inactive
2401 South 31st Street

Temple TX 76508

Professional Experience

Clinical Associate Professor, Div Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery, 1999 2010
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School

Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas TX

Associate Professor, Surgery Department, 1994 1999
Texas A & M University College of Medicine

Scott & White Hospital, Temple TX

Assistant Professor, Surgery Department, 1988 1994
Texas A & M University College of Medicine

Scott & White Hospital, Temple TX

Teaching Assistant, Cell Biology and Anatomy Department, 1982 1984

Southwestern Medical School, Dallas TX

Teaching Experience

Texas A & M University, College of Medicine, 1988 1999
MSIV lecture series, Maxillofacial trauma, Oral Pathology, Head & Neck Infecxtions
Program Director, Emergency Medicine resident Maxillofacial rotation
Program Director, MSIV Maxillofacial selective rotation (2-4 weeks)
Psychiatry Residency Neuroscience lecture series
Anesthesia Residency Lecture Craniofacial blocks for pain management
Panel Judge, Anesthesia Resident Research Day
Panel Judge, Internal Medicine Resident Research Day
Panel Judge, Pathology Resident Research Day

Panel Judge, Ob-Gyn Resident Research Day

Research Mentor

Marty O’Toole, M.D., Plastic Surgery Resident, 1995 1996
Scott Green, MSIV Research Rotation, 1995
Douglas Macha, TAMU Bioengineering graduate student, 1993 1995

Robert Weber, M.D., Plastic Surgery Resident, 1992 1993

Southwestern Medical School, Dallas TX, 1982 – 1985

Instructor: Medical Gross Anatomy

Administrative and Academic Service

Professional Excellence Committee, JPS Hospital, 2007 present
Medical Practice Committee, JPS Hospital, 2001 2006
Surgery Operations Committee, JPS Hospital, 2001 2006
Trauma Quality Improvement Committee, JPS Hospital, 2001 2005
Institutional Research Committee, JPS Hospital, 2000 2001
Director, Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery Outpatient Clinic, JPS Hospital, 1999 present
Orthopedic Research Committee, JPS Hospital, 1999 2001
Operating Services Committee, JPS Hospital, 1999 2001
Director, Division of Dentistry, Scott & White Clinic, 1995 1999
Chief, Section of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Scott & White Clinic, 1995 1999
Director, Division of Surgical Research, Scott & White Clinic, 1991- 1996
Program Director, Head & Neck Symposium, Scott & White Clinic, 1997 1999
Institutional Animal Care and Utilization Committee, Scott & White Clinic, 1997 1999
Surgical Grand Rounds Committee, Chairman, Scott & White Clinic, 1996 1999
Operating Services Committee, Scott & White Clinic, 1995 1999
Executive Surgical Committee, Scott & White Clinic, 1995 1999
Surgery Research Committee, Scott & White Clinic, 1991 1999
Research Advisory Committee, Scott & White Clinic, 1992 1996
Medical Computing Group, Scott & White Clinic, 1992 1996
Health Informatics Committee, Scott & White Clinic, 1990 1996
Imaging Processing Committee, Chairman, Scott & White Clinic, 1990 1992
Institutional Research Committee, Scott & White Clinic, 1990 1996
Medical Informatics Task Force, TAMUCOM, Scott & White Clinic, 1990
Cleft lip and Palate Team, Scott & White Clinic, 1988 1999
Head & Neck Cancer Team, Scott & White Clinic, 1988 1999

Sleep Apnea Team, Scott & White Clinic, 1996 1999

Professional Organizations

American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
American Dental Association
Texas Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
Texas Society of Cosmetic Surgeons
Texas Dental Society
Society of Neuroscience

Fort Worth District Dental Society

Clinical Interests

Facial cosmetic surgery
Maxillofacial reconstruction of congenital, neoplastic and traumatic deformities
Surgical and nonsurgical management of obstructive sleep apnea and snoring
Temporomandibular joint surgery (operative arthroscopy, reconstruction and total joints)

Management of peripheral cranial nerve injuries

Research Interests

1. Clinical outcomes of Botox A v. Botox B chemodenervation
2. Clinical outcomes of brow lift suspension techniques

3. Clinical outcomes of endoscopic TMJ surgery

Research Funding

1. End-to-side repair of facial nerves. Scott, White, Sherwood and Brindley Foundation, $66,500, 9/1994 9/1995.
2. Influence of electrical fields on sensory nerve regeneration. Scott, White, Sherwood and Brindley Foundation, $487,500, 1/1992 12/1994.
3. Effect of galvanic fields on mechanoreceptor patterns. Scott & White Project Oriented Grand, $62,500, 9/1990 8/1991.
4. End-organ specificity in nerve regeneration. Scott & White Institutional Grant, $15,350, 6/1989 5/1990.

5. Interrelationships between masseter muscle histochemical characteristics and craniofacial morphology. American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Research Fellowship, $25,000, 1/1983 12/1983.

Collaborator Research Funding

1. O’Toole, M.A. and Warner, Michael, End-to-side repair of rat facial nerve with autogenous grafts and silicone conduits. Scott & White Institutional Resident Grant, $17,173, 11/1995 5/1996.

2. Weber, R.A. and Warner, Michael, Functional evaluation of gap vs. abutment repair of peripheral mixed nerve in the rat. Scott & White Institutional Resident Grant, $17,173, 2/1992 11/1993.

PUBLICATIONS:

Cunningham, L. and Warner, Michael R., Cervical schwannoma presenting as a parotid tumor. Accepted for publication in JOMS.

Stella, John Paul, and Warner, Michael R., Sinus slot technique for placement of zymomaticus implants. Int J Oral Maxillofac. Implants, 15: 889, 2000.

Warner, Michael R., What is the source of regenerated axons in end-to-side facial nerve repair? J. Oral Maxillofac. Surgery 54(8) Suppl 3, 66, 1996.

Weber, W. A., Warner, Michael R., Verheyden, C.N. and Proctor, W., Functional evaluation of gap vs. abutment repair of peripheral nerves in the rat. J. Reconstruct Microsurg., 12: 159, 1996.

Weber, W.A., Proctor, W., Warner, Michael R., and Verheyden, C.N., Autonomy and the sciatic functional index, Microsurgery 10:289, 1993.

Warner, Michael R., Influence of low intensity electrical fields on sensory nerve regeneration. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surgery 51: 121, 1993.

Warner, Michael R., End-organ specificity of trigeminal and facial nerve regeneration. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surgery, 49:73, 1991.

Gonyea, W.J., Throckmorton, G.S., Finn, P.A., Boyd, S.B., Storum, K.A., Warner, Michale R., and Bell, W.H., Masticatory muscles in dentofacial deformities. Surgical Correction of Denofacial Deformities: New Concepts, Vol. III, edited by Bell, WS-1.W.B. Saunders Co., 1985.

Warner, Michael R., Relationships between dentoskeletal morphology and myofiber characteristics of the human masseter muscle. Doctoral dissertation, UTHSCD Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Dallas, Texas, 1985.

Dolwick, M.F., Lipton, J.S., and Warner, Michael R., Sagittal anatomy of the human temporomandibular joint spaces: Normal and abnormal findings. J.Oral Maxillofac. Surg. 2:86, 1983.