Keith G. Kordsmeier
Doctor of Dental Surgery
United States of America
Dr. Kordsmeier is one of seven children. He has a passion for dentistry and believes in the importance of treating people with respect and dignity. He has practiced dentistry since 1989, when he graduated dental school. He has endeavored to provide his patients with the most advanced and up-to –date treatment and services. His philosophy includes completing comprehensive examinations with digital radiography and photography, and completion of a comprehensive dental and health history. This method of providing dental care accompanied by a thorough oral examination with the use of magnification allows for a diagnostic and proactive treatment plan. The practice of dentistry is dynamic with revolutionary changes that have occurred in the last couple of decades. The addition of Dentistry Revolution to the name of his practice reflects upon the history of revolution in Greensboro. The new expanded facility with improved access and comfort for all patients reflects the design of 21st century dentistry. Dr. Kordsmeier graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee, College of Dentistry and also has 2 years experience in an oral surgery practice with emphasis in implant restoration of teeth. He is a member of the American Dental Association and North Carolina Dental Society. He is also a member of the Honorary Odontological Society and has received recognition for his community efforts. Dr. Kordsmeier is an assistant Scoutmaster and an Eagle Scout. The motto of “Be Prepared” and the principles that he learned through scouting remains an important guiding force in his life. He is actively involved in the scouting program with his sons and other children in the Greensboro area. Dr. Kordsmeier is married to Julie Kordsmeier who is a nursing instructor at UNC Greensboro and they have 4 children Ryan, Ben and twins Evan and Neal.
Research Interest Tooth autotransplantation in orthodontic treatment Bone remodelling in the TMJ in response to Herbst treatment Histomorphometric and scanning electron microscopy studies of human condyles Long-term study of changes of deciduous molars with hypodontia of permanent successors