“Children need a dentist who understands how to care for their teeth as they develop. I spent years learning what those needs are, eventually earning diplomate status with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. I am committed to staying at the forefront of pediatric dentistry so that I can provide the latest treatments available to help your child have a strong, healthy smile.”
Dr. Greg and his wife Sue have been in the Tampa area since 1991 serving the community. Sue graduated from St. Leo University and is a teacher at Corpus Christi Catholic School in Temple Terrace. They have three children Maura, Mike, and Brian that graduated from Tampa Catholic HS.
Diplomate: American Board of Pediatric Dentistry
DDS: Ohio State University College of Dentistry, Columbus, OH
Residency: General Dentistry, Medical College of Ohio at Toledo, Toledo, OH; Pediatric Dentistry, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
BS: Biology, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
Licensed: State of Florida
Maintaining the leading edge through professional affiliations
“Your child's comfort comes first in my practice. So learning about and keeping up-to-date on the latest in pediatric dental care is extremely important to me. One way I do this is through professional memberships, where I have the chance to meet with my collegues and share knowledge."
Member: American Dental Association; Southeast Society of Pediatric Dentistry; Florida Dental Association; Florida Academy of Pediatric Dentistry; Hillsborough County Dental Association; Director, Florida Study Club; Past President, Florida Academy of Pediatric Dentistry; Hillsborough Dental Research Clinic
Completed: Straight Wire and Functional Orthodontic Course, Dr. Bob Gollaher’s Academy
Former Clinical Instructor: Department of Dentistry, Medical College Of Ohio, Toledo, OH
“I love to see kids smile, and I’m committed to giving them the best dental care available to make their smiles healthy and beautiful. But that’s not all. I also give kids the friendly, personalized care they deserve. This includes explaining procedures and answering questions in language kids understand. The more comfortable children feel, the happier they are, and it shows in their smiles.”