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simply orthodontics dr. alkhoury and associates 508-358-6300

Simply Dental & Orthodontics is pleased to announce the acquisition of Town Center Orthodontics in Wayland, MA, formally under the WOW Dental Group on Friday, September 7, 2018. The practice will now operate under Simply Dental & Orthodontics. Although the ownership and the name of the practice will change, the quality of care that you’ve known to love and trust will remain the same.

Founded in 2005 with a vision to provide patients with exceptional dental and orthodontic care, Simply Dental & Orthodontics, under the leadership of Dr. Sam Alkhoury, has grown over the years to provide quality care from Board Certified Dental Specialists, each skillfully utilizing only the most innovative tools and techniques to achieve excellent results for adults and children. Simply Dental & Orthodontics is invested in the training, development and growth of our staff and this commitment has attracted the finest dental professionals and staff who have aided in our growth over the years.

We know change can be unsettling and we want to ensure a smooth transition for the patients, staff and associates. Perhaps you are wondering how this change affects you- our valued patients. We look forward to working with the staff that you and your family have known to love and trust. We are excited to welcome Dr. Camille Draper as our General Dentist for the newly acquired location. Dr. Margaret Hostage will continue to serve as our orthodontist and Dr. Derek Leung will also continue as our Pediatric Dentist.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued confidence and support in permitting us to take care of your dental care during this transition.

Once again, we appreciate your patience during this transition. Your feedback is important to us. Please call 508-358-6300 with your comments, questions and concerns.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Sam Alkhoury, DMD
Simply Dental & Orthodontics
Phone: 508-358-6300

Meet Our Doctors!

Derek Leung, DMD

Dr. Leung’s love of pediatric dentistry stems from a mission trip he took to Honduras during his senior year of dental school. Throughout those ten days, he worked in impoverished communities to provide free assistance to children who lack basic dental services. Dental pain was the norm for those kids; his goal was to help in any way that he could. He entered the field of pediatric dentistry because he felt it was where he could make the biggest difference in someone’s life, and he is thankful for the opportunity to do what he loves every single day.

Dr. Leung received his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University in Cell Biology & Neuroscience and English. He attended Boston University where he earned his Doctorate of Dental Medicine and continued his training at Tufts University for pediatrics. In addition to his training, Dr. Leung has received the Humanitarian Award from the International College of Dentists and received honors in civic commitment and community service. He also loves pizza.

Camille Draper, DMD

Dr. Camille Draper is an outgoing and a compassionate dentist that has been working in two family dental practices in Saginaw, Michigan for over the past year. She is a provider of Invisalign and was recognized during her education for work in occlusal equilibration and TMJ function. She especially enjoys providing cosmetic work for patients.

Dr. Camille bases her dental values off of patient education and communication with a constant learning of new research, technology and procedures. She takes pride in her dental work and thrives at keeping patients comfortable during their appointments. Dr. Camille is very enthusiastic about dentistry and loves to help people achieve the healthy, beautiful smiles they deserve!

When she is not working, Dr. Camille enjoys being outdoors. She especially loves waterskiing, paddleboarding, horseback riding, skiing, and hiking.

Dr. Camille is also a proud member of the American Dental Association and has been recently awarded the Occlusion and Equilibration from American Equilibration Society 2016.