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Manos Emmanouil <br /> BDS Kings College London <br /> MS University of Michigan Orthodontics <br /> GDC Number 251469

Manos Emmanouil <br /> BDS Kings College London  <br /> MS University of Michigan Orthodontics <br /> GDC Number 251469

Dr. Emmanouil graduated from Kings College London, ranked No 1 Dental School in Europe and continued his studies for three years in the United States receiving his Orthodontics specialty training in the University of Michigan, ranked No 1 in the world (Shanghai’s 2020 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects).

Dr. Emmanouil places a high value in delivering the highest quality of care to his patients. For that reason his goal has been to acquire the best Dental and Orthodontic education possible and continue to do so by keeping up with all recent advances and evidence.

His leadership role as chief resident of the Orthodontic department in the University of Michigan, allowed him to have a positive impact not only on his peers, but incoming orthodontic residents as well.

It is important to him to always be involved in his community, and throughout his education has been involved with projects extending beyond the realm of the clinical environment.

As a committee member of Kings College London Smile Society, he participated in organizing and conducting educational visits to UK elementary schools delivering oral health promotion advice to children. Being a member of the Global Dental Brigades, he participated in the design and setup of temporary dental clinics in a community in the central region of Ghana, treating patients within the community and educating them about healthy oral hygiene habits.  He has been part of the organizing committee of the Dental Smiles, Healthy Athletes program of the Special Olympics in Athens, Greece, which provided oral examinations, prevention and emergency treatment to more than 3,500 young athletes with special needs during the games.

Dr. Emmanouil has a keen interest in research and he has presented at several international meetings. During his residency in the University of Michigan, his research focused on craniofacial syndromes, and he was able to be part of the Craniofacial Anomalies Program at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, one of the largest programs of its kind in the United States.

He speaks English, French, Italian and Greek.