David A. Brown, D.M.D.
Dr. David Brown earned his bachelor’s degree in 1978, and four years later, his D.M.D. from the University of Florida. He began his practice with his classmate, Dr. Jim Chmielarski with whom he practiced until Dr. Chmielarski’s death in 2012. He is currently practicing with Dr. Andrew Nawrocki, a prosthodontist, also a graduate of the University of Florida.
Dr. Brown was awarded mentor status in 1999 from Dr. John Kois at his educational training center, Creating Restorative Excellence in Seattle, WA. He was further awarded the title of Mentor and Clinical Instructor at the Kois Center in July 2004. At the Kois Center, Dr. Brown served on the Advisory Board and is one of a select group of dentists who mentors other dentists, from the US, Canada, Europe, Asia and other parts of the world, that are taking continuing educational classes at this state-of-the art dental training center. In his role at the Kois Center, Dr. Brown helps to provide a rich environment for advancing the use of implants, periodontics, restorative and esthetic dentistry. The Kois Center is a leading dental training program serving dentists from around the world.
In practice for over 38 years, Dr. Brown stays abreast of the latest advances in dentistry with memberships in the American Dental Association, Florida Dental Association, Central District Dental Association where he served as an officer, Volusia County Dental Association where he is Past President and has served on the Executive Committee, Halifax Implant Study Club, Tomoka Seminars (Seattle Study Club) as the Restorative Dental Consultant, and the Creating Restorative Excellence Mentor Group. Dr. Brown has also served as an advisor to the Daytona State College Dental Hygiene and Dental Assistant Educational Programs.
Dr. Brown has been married for over 46 years and has three children. He remains active in his church and para-church ministries, as well as a number of dental organizations. He has completed mission work with the United Methodist Volunteers in Mission and also donates his time to a number of organizations, including the Volusia County Millennium Woman Foundation, American Cancer Society, Red Cross, MS Walk, Hospice, Migrant Workers Association, and God’s Little Angels. When he’s away from the office, Dr. Brown enjoys photography, music, traveling and especially woodworking.