Meet Our Team
Meet Dr. Gregory Greenwood, DMD, PharmD, MaCSD
Dr. Greenwood received his PharmD (Doctor of Pharmacy) from Xavier University in 1999, and his DMD (Dental Medicine Doctorate) in 2007 from University of Nevada Las Vegas. Dr. Greenwood has trained in advanced periodontal techniques at Harvard University School of Dental Medicine. In addition, Dr. Greenwood has lectured both nationally and internationally as has spoken to symposiums regarding latest trends in oral, IM, IN, and IV conscious sedation. Dr. Greenwood is Co-Founder of the International Academy of Dental Implantology (IADI).
His practice encompasses all aspects general dentistry, oral surgery and implantology. He employs IV sedation during his clinical procedures and can make any dental visit a pleasant experience while you sleep. He holds Master Status in the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology (MaCSD). In addition to private practice, Dr. Greenwood lectures at Harvard University School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Greenwood is the co-founder of www.extacademy.com, an organization, which teaches licensed dentists advanced oral surgery techniques. He is also a fellow in the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics (www.iadfe.org).
Dr. Greenwood, a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, helped establish Louisiana Dental Centers in the greater New Orleans area post-Katrina, and is practicing at the world-renowned Dental Implant Institute (www.diiworld.com), with Dr. Leon Chen, the inventor of the hydraulic sinus lift approach. His practice encompasses all aspects of dentistry, with emphasis on oral surgery, and implant dentistry. He employs IV sedation during his clinical procedures and can make any dental visit a pleasant experience while you sleep. In addition to private practice, Dr. Greenwood serves as a clinical preceptor for UNLVSDM implant externship. Dr. Greenwood enjoys travelling, and martial art Kenpo 5.0. Dr. Greenwood serves patients from all over the world, focusing mainly on residents of Nevada and California.
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