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About UOMF Dr Curtis Gregoire

Dr Curtis Gregoire



Dr. Gregoire obtained his Dental Degree from the University of Western Ontario and completed his Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery residency and Medical School at Dalhousie University. After residency he completed a Fellowship in Head and Neck Oncology and Pathology in Portland Oregon before returning to Halifax. He practices full scope OMFS and specializes in Head and Neck Pathology, management of craniofacial deformities, trauma and dentoalveolar surgery including implant rehabilitation. Dr. Gregoire is an assistant professor at Dalhousie University. He is the Head of the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the Director of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery residency program. He lectures in numerous graduate and undergraduate course in both Dentistry and Medicine.

A New Brunswick native, Dr.Gregoire enjoys spending time with his wife and two children.

Interests outside of OMF

When not working he enjoys running, cycling, coaching hockey and spending time with family and friends.


Dept. of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Victoria General Hospital
1276 South Park St.
Halifax, NS B3H 2Y9
Booking clerk: Sara
Phone 902 473-3214
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His research interests include early detection of oral dysplasia, reducing surgical patient morbidity and maxillofacial reconstruction and rehabilitation.

Recurrent Osseous choristoma involving the mandibular buccal vestibule: a case report

Gregoire C, Davis C, Bullock M, Steeves T. Recurrent Osseous choristoma involving the mandibular buccal vestibule: a case report. Int J Oral and Dent Health. 2015 April. Abstract This case report is the third ever reported of a recurrent intraoral osseous choristoma. The lesion had manifested twice in the left mandibular buccal vestibule of a…

Management of Fractures of the Nasofrontal Complex

Morrison A, Gregoire C. OMFS Clinics V25. November 2013. Abstract Repair of fractures involving the nasofrontal region remains a mainstay of contemporary oral and maxillofacial surgery. This article discusses the epidemiology of these injuries, anatomy of the area, and management of these fractures with insight into potential complications. These include fractures of the frontal sinus,…

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