Dr. Morrison completed Undergraduate and Master of Science degrees at Queen’s University before proceeding to the prestigious McGill University for his Doctor of Dental Medicine (Dentariae Medicinae Doctorem, DMD) degree. After dental school, he was one of six selected to complete a one-year hospital-based dental residency program at Mount Sinai Hospital/University of Toronto. He was then chosen as the one resident annually accepted into the illustrious oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMS) program at London Health Sciences Centre/University of Western Ontario. During his six-years of surgical residency, Dr. Morrison concurrently obtained a Doctor of Medicine (Medicinae Doctorem, MD) degree and another Master of Science degree. Throughout his training, Dr. Morrison was bestowed with numerous scholarships, research grants and awards based on his academic achievements and research efforts. He is now in private practice as a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon and works part-time as an adjunct clinical professor at the University of Western Ontario.
Dr. Morrison’s areas of expertise include dental implant surgery, wisdom tooth extractions, dentoalveolar bone grafting, maxillary sinus augmentation, soft tissue grafting around dental implants, management of oral and maxillofacial pathology, and the provision of deep sedation/general anesthesia.
When not working, Dr. Morrison enjoys playing a variety of sports, walking his dog, Leo, and spending time with his wife, Natasha.