Dr. Kyle Griffith graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Human Biology. Prior to acceptance to dental school, Dr. Griffith became a recipient of the Health Professions Scholarship Program through the United States Army. Dr. Griffith attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, in Boston, and was awarded the Doctor of Medical Dentistry degree while graduating within the top ten percent of the matriculating class.
After dental school, Dr. Griffith went on to complete an Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency at Fort Hood, Texas. This two year program consisted of didactic and clinical training in the various dental specialties. Dr. Griffith graduated as the top U.S. resident within the program.
While on Active Duty with the United States Army, Dr. Griffith conducted research into the utilization of auxiliary staff and the treatment of high caries risk patients, was the Pacific Region High Caries Risk Officer, the Schofield Barracks Infection Control Officer, a member of both the South Korea and Hawaii OIP team, the Chief of General Dentistry at Schofield Barracks in charge of supervising a total of six additional dentists and eighteen auxiliary staff, and was awarded both the Army Achievement Medal and the Army Commendation Medal. Dr. Griffith received an Honorable Discharge after six years of service, separating at the rank of Major.
Dr. Griffith is dedicated to providing his patients with comprehensive dental care supported by the latest research. To do this, Dr. Griffith undergoes twice the amount of continuing education required by the State of Colorado.
Dr. Griffith’s passions extend beyond dentistry to include hiking, camping, stand-up paddle boarding, snowboarding, and experiencing life with his wife and their two daughters.
He looks forward to sharing his passion for dentistry and health with you.