Originally a New York native, Dr. Wilson moved and grew up in the Baltimore area. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in 1978 and subsequently attended Georgetown University where she obtained her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 1982.

Opening her current practice in Columbia, MD in 1984, she has over 25 years of professional experience. As a Georgetown alum, Dr. Wilson strives to provide the highest quality of service with the most up-to-date technology on the market. With close to 30 years of post-doctoral educational experience, Dr. Wilson is committed to operating at the center of innovative and improved dental health care methods.

Dr. Wilson is a member of the American Dental Association, Maryland State Dental Association, Howard County Dental Association, and Hispanic Dental Association.

As a strong advocate for current and future dental education, within her own practice Dr. Wilson offers an in-depth, hands-on internship experience to motivated students seeking to join the dental profession, a clear demonstration of her dedicated passion for educating, cultivating and preparing the future generation of dentists. 

family & cosmetic ​dentistry

7130 Minstrel way, STE. 210

Columbia, md 21045

MON: 10AM - 6:30 PM; TUES: 9AM - 2PM; WED: 10AM - 6PM; THURS: 7AM - 2PM; FRI: Closed; SAT: Open select days; SUN: Closed


About us

Our office strives to provide the highest quality of dentistry possible today, utilizing the most current technology that is uniquely tailored to each individual to maximize results and minimize discomfort. This is done in a relaxing environment that we believe optimizes the health of our patients.

​Our office believes our patients should be fully informed about the condition of their oral health, and aware of the ways in which it can be improved. We want our patients to be able to make insightful decisions about which treatments would best suit their needs, wants and desires, which is why we educate patients about current and future procedure recommendations. We also believe it is important to educate patients on general health and diet, as these are intricately related to dental health, as well as overall well-being and quality of life. We encourage our patients to ask questions and are very receptive to any concerns they may have about procedures and conditions. 

Dr. Deborah A. Wilson

Deborah A. Wilson, DDS, PA