Dr Dimitris Emmanouil graduated from the Dental School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 1984. He specialized at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, USA in Pediatric Dentistry. He holds an MS from Marquette University, USA, a PhD from the University of Athens, Greece and a certificate in epidemiology from Harvard Medical School.
He has done extensive research work on nitrous oxide pharmacology that won awards from AAPD, IAPD and ASDA.
He is currently Assistant professor at the Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Dental School, University of Athens and Visiting senior lecturer at King’s College Dental Institute, London.
He has published in the international literature and coauthored chapters in Pediatric Dentistry and Special Care textbooks. He has been invited in various occasions to lecture internationally.
He has 30 years experience in clinical Pediatric Dentistry working in three different European countries (Greece Italy and the UK)
He is involved with Special Care dentistry in children and has been President of the IADH – International Association of Dentistry for Disability and Oral Health as well as the National director of Special Smiles- Special Olympics, Greece.
He speaks English, Italian, French, German and Spanish