|URGENT MESSAGE TO PATIENTS: We have been following the news and information coming out about the novel virus COVID-19. After taking the last few days to assess the situation, we have decided to close for non-emergency appointments for the next two weeks. For the safety of our staff, patients, and also to help prevent the spread of this virus and keep our entire community healthy and safe, we feel this is the right thing to do. Due to the nature of our work, it is in everyone's best interest to do our part and make this hard decision so that we can help slow the transmission of this virus and flatten the curve. We are in a position to stop the critical spread before the government has made this decision for us because we believe it is our responsiblity to everyone in the community. We understand this a major inconvenience and will work to get you rescheduled as soon as possible. If you are having a toothache or emergency, please call our office and as long as you are healthy and showing no symptoms, we will see you on an emergency basis. If you have any of the symptoms (fever, runny nose, cough, sneezing), or if you have been around anyone who has any of those symptoms, we will have to refer you to the local emergency room so they can take strong cautions to protect you from spreading the virus, while also treating your pain. We also believe that the masks and gloves that we would be using in our office for healthy patients receiving routine cleanings is irresponsible and should be donated to ER facilities so that they can you use them to fight this virus. We will be working hard to contact all patients currently in the schedule through March 26th. If you receive any e-mail or text reminders during that time for appointments, please know that was an accident. Please be patient with us as we navigate these uncharted waters.|
Nicholas Greashaber, DDS
I was born and raised in Ann Arbor and I am happy to still call it home. I grew up on the northwest side of town where I attended Wines, Forsythe, and Pioneer. I attended the University of Michigan for Undergrad and Dental School. After I graduated Dental School in 2005 I worked at Frankel Dentistry in Toledo and Maumee for 2 years. In the summer of 2007, I purchased my office at 1119 Packard and have been working there ever since. I am currently a member of the ADA and the Seattle Study Club.
My amazing wife and I just celebrated our 14th anniversary in May of 2017. She is my rock and keeps everything running smoothly at home and at the office. We have two high energy boys who keep us busy. Jack is 10, he loves everything to do with sports, watching clips on YouTube, and playing with our beagle, Bandit. Calvin is 8, he enjoys drumming, sports, YouTube, and developing his ninja skills. We spend a lot of our free time up north enjoying all the beauty the Leelanau Peninsula has to offer. I also enjoy coaching youth basketball teams, playing tennis, and skiing in the winter.
I truly enjoy being a dentist and having my own, small practice. I love building close relationships with my patients that will last decades. We have many families who come to the office and I love seeing all of the young kids growing up over the years. I take the trust that every patient puts in me very seriously. My practice philosophy is to provide quality modern dental care, with a conservative approach, by balancing patient needs with aesthetics, for a successful long-term outcome. I give my patients all of their options and then help them decide what would be best for their particular situation. I consider myself to be an artistic person and I believe that shows through in the dentistry that I provide.