At Honor Dental, we are devoted to developing a culture aligned with the values of excellence and integrity. We believe that the best care is found in private practice, where the patient truly comes first and is not merely a number. We are committed to treating patients as part of our family, and cultivating an atmosphere where both patients and staff can feel cared for and enjoy their time in our office. After taking over Dr. Ted Thull’s practice, Dr. Greenslade and the rest of the Honor Dental team are prepared to honor Dr. Thull’s legacy by maintaining the same level of exceptional care while looking forward to a bright future of modern dentistry.
Dr. Andrew Greenslade grew up in Pine Island, Minnesota, a small town just a few minutes north of Rochester. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of Northwestern, St. Paul in 2008, and later spent time at the Mayo Clinic in cancer research. After realizing he wanted more patient interaction, Dr. Greenslade enrolled at the University of New England College of Dental Medicine where he could begin to cultivate patient relationships, work with his hands, and be part of the intersection of artistry and science. Prior to purchasing Dr. Thull’s practice, Dr. Greenslade practiced in La Crosse, Wisconsin and Rochester.
Dr. Greenslade is a member of the American Dental Association, Minnesota Dental Association, and SE District Dental Society. He is a proud graduate of the Dawson Academy — a dental excellence continuum less than 5% of dentists have completed. Dr. Greenslade has completed extensive continuing education in esthetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, endodontics, and occlusal muscle disorders (TMJ/TMD).
When he’s not in the office, Dr. Greenslade enjoys fly fishing with his wife, spending time with his daughters, reading non-fiction books, and being immersed in all things dentistry (yes, it’s a hobby, too!).
Every member of the Honor Dental family is professional, experienced, knowledgeable, and friendly. Their dedication to every patient’s comfort is unmatched, treating everyone with the care and respect their own loved ones would receive. Our Honor Dental team can’t wait to meet you!
When you walk through our doors, you’ll be greeted by the smiling faces of our friendly team. We’ll answer any financing or insurance-related questions you may have and help make your visit run as smoothly as possible. Then, one of our hygienists will conduct a thorough cleaning, followed by a comprehensive exam and x-rays from Dr. Greenslade. Lastly, you’ll receive a customized treatment plan and will be able to schedule any future appointments to maintain a healthy and bright smile.
In our calming and quaint office, you’ll be able to wait for your appointment in one of our comfortable seats while fully taking advantage of our beverage and snack station. Our clean, classic, and inviting space will allow you to relax as we prepare to provide you with exceptional service and dental care.
At Honor Dental, we use modern dental tools to help us enhance patient experience. State-of-the-art technology ensures accuracy, promotes efficiency, and enables precision. We use CBCT, intraoral scanners and photos, and digital x-rays to take detailed images of your teeth and gums for diagnosis and treatment planning.
We also use innovative techniques, tools, and equipment such as Ortek ECD, which can immediately and accurately detect decay that needs treatment; T-scan (Tekscan), an advanced digital system that analyzes the timing and force of a patient's bite - critical in evaluating occluso-muscle disorders and providing appropriate jaw and bite function; and Doppler Auscultation, a critical screening tool for treatment of TMD.
At Honor Dental, we aim to create and strengthen community bonds within our great state of Minnesota that extends throughout the globe. We are dedicated to lending our financial support to two organizations that are dear to us: Hope Station, which serves children in China who are orphaned or disabled, and Trout Unlimited, which conserves, protects, and restores North America’s rivers, streams, and other cold water fisheries.