Person of the Week: 9/26

 

Dr. Gloria Clarke – High Quality Dentistry is Her Top Priority

Dr. Gloria Clarke prides herself on delivering quality dentistry to her patients and educating them on how good dental health benefits their overall health. She takes continuing education courses to stay informed on the latest developments in dental procedures and technology.  As a result of her commitment to continuing education, she has earned the distinction of Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry.

Dr. Clarke acquired Greenbriar Dental Care in 1999. Since that time, staff development and investing in the latest technology to deliver high quality dentistry have been her top priorities.  She is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and the National Dental Association.

A native of New York, New York, Dr. Clarke graduated from Hofstra University in 1979 and obtained her dental degree from Howard University in 1983.  After dental school, she completed a two-year general practice residency at College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University at Harlem Hospital Center, served as chief resident and worked as an attending dentist while in private practice in NYC.  She has completed postdoctoral continuums at Boston University, New York University, and the prestigious Misch Institute of Implantology.

Dr. Clarke believes in giving back to the community.  She sponsors an annual event at Greenbriar Dental Care called Dentistry From the Heart and she also volunteers at Ben Massell  Dental Clinic.  Her hobbies are boating, traveling, and skiing.

People You Need to Know Magazine is proud to salute Dr. Gloria Clarke as our Person of the Week. Look for her in our 2011 Business Superstars Edition.

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  1. RE - POD313 TechTips
    2010-09-27
    13:25:57

    Her teeth are beautiful. she's really got the right stuff that's for sure. wonder if she takes dencap ? (wink*wink)

     
 

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