"I am extremely excited to be a part of the community of Delaware, OH and proud to be the third generation of Green’s to provide a comfortable dental home for this great community."
-Dr. Kevan Green, DDS
Dr. Kevan Green, DDS
Dr. Kevan has a strong passion for bringing the most comfortable and enjoyable dental experience possible to the Delaware, Ohio community. Born and raised in Delaware, Dr. Kevan graduated from Buckeye Valley High School in 2012. He then moved to Westerville where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Otterbein University. While there, he played football and was a member of student government before graduating with honors in 2016. During his final year at Otterbein, he combined his interests in sports and dentistry to complete his honors thesis on protective dental mouth guards, which was later featured at the Academy for Sports Dentistry Annual Symposium in the Summer of 2016.
Dr. Kevan would then move on to earn his degree in Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) from The Ohio State University, graduating in 2020. While there, he gained experience in a multitude of dental fields including restorative and cosmetic dentistry, removable prosthodontics, root canal therapy, oral surgery, pediatric dentistry, clear aligner orthodontics, and implant restorations. Dr. Kevan looks forward to offering a variety of dental solutions for his patients. He believes that continuing to forward his education on new and developing fields and technologies is important in order to give his patients the best care possible.
Dr. Kevan currently lives in Delaware, Ohio with his wife, Marissa, son Owen, and their two dogs, Leo and Luna. Marissa, also a graduate of Otterbein University, grew up in Upper Sandusky, OH, and works as a nurse at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus. Outside of dentistry, Dr. Kevan and Marissa enjoy traveling, spending time outdoors, and spending time with family, friends, and their dogs. Dr. Kevan is also an avid sports fan and can often be seen in the stands at local high school football games.