The Team

Dr. Nathan M. Faber purchased Dental Dentures and Implants after having practiced family, cosmetic, root canal, surgical, and implant dentistry in Alaska for 15 years, primarily in remote Kodiak and Dutch Harbor. There are very few specialists in remote Alaska. Dr. Faber was delighted to serve his patients in all phases of dentistry. He went into private practice after graduating from the prestigious Oregon Health Sciences University with his DMD. He completed his Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, from Oregon State University. A dedicated proponent of life-long learning, Dr. Faber has 15 years of placement and continuing education in dental implants and has studied Cosmetic Dentistry at the prestigious Los Angeles Institute of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is most proud of his latest training at Full-Arch Masters in California, where top implant dentists go to further their skill set. Outside of work, Dr. Faber enjoys coaching football, soccer, and wrestling and is a passionate sponsor of Relay for Life and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He is the proud husband of Leslie and proud father of six – three boys and three girls. He is an avid marathoner and sportsman (“I love to hunt for the table.”), and shares an addiction for offshore fishing with his family, who love chasing King Salmon, Billfish, and Bluefin Tuna wherever they can be found. Time with family, church and rebuilding custom Carolina Sport Fishers round out his many interests.

A Greenville, SC native, Dr. Shigley moved to Charleston for college and like many others, fell in love with the Lowcountry. So much so that he planted roots there, living in Charleston for nearly 13 years as he completed college, dental school and residency. He met his wife while attending the Medical University of South Carolina James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine. They were married just before graduation, him from dental school and her from law school.

Upon receiving his diploma, Dr. Shigley did a one-year rotation in oral and maxillofacial surgery at the renowned University of Maryland Health Center and Shock Trauma Center. In 2014, he returned to MUSC to complete a four-year residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery. During his final year of training, Dr.Shigley was appointed chief resident. Today, he feels incredibly fortunate to have trained at two high-quality and high-volume programs that helped him hone his unique skill set. Dr. Shigley attained a high level of expertise in training in dental implants, wisdom teeth removal, full arch rehabilitation, orthognathic jaw surgery, oral pathology and TMJ surgery.