Meet Dr. Greg Guymon
A leader in his profession, a dedicated father and husband, and an avid fitness and nutrition expert.
About Dr. Guymon
I love this profession. Where else can you help people look better, feel more confident and improve their self-esteem in such a fun environment?
I still look forward to coming to work each day after almost 20 years in the profession. I am passionate about giving everyone an opportunity to have the smile they want. I truly believe that improving your smile can have a major impact on your life and your future. Dr. Guymon opened his orthodontic practice in Meridian in 1997. He has served as a president of the Idaho State Orthodontic Association and president of Southwest Idaho dental society. He is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists. He has been recognized for numerous scholastic and leadership achievements, but the one he is most proud of, is being a finalist in the "Treasure Valley Integrity Counts Award" for the way he runs his business. Dr. Guymon is also very involved in community service, and actively serving in numerous church positions.
Dr. Guymon grew up in southern California and speaks fluent Spanish. He loves the Spanish language and people. He enjoys fly-fishing, snow skiing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, cycling, mountain biking, scuba diving, traveling, reading and participating in almost any sport. He enjoys challenges to keep in shape and has completed a number of triathlons, and bike races including LOTOJA a 206-mile single day race. His favorite thing to do is just hang out with his wife and high school sweetheart, Alison, and their two boys, Adam (21) and Grant (17) and their beautiful adopted princess Grace (4).
- Brigham Young University
- University of California - San Francisco
- Baylor College of Dentistry
Every Orthodontist is a dentist, but only 5% of dentists are licensed Orthodontic Specialists. Although General Dentists can put on braces and offer Invisalign treatment, the American Association of Orthodontists recommends that something as important and complex as your smile and your bite should only be corrected by a specialist. Orthodontists spend an additional 2-3 years of specialized training in correction of orthodontic problems. For fillings and cleanings and general dental problems, you should see your General Dentist, but for alignment of teeth and jaw and bite correction, see an Orthodontist.