Dr. Meagan Dinh
Dr. Meagan Dinh (Rohrbach) was born and raised in Celina, OH. She graduated from Celina High School in 2009. She completed her undergraduate studies at Wright State University, obtaining a B.S. in psychology, taking classes at both the Celina and Dayton campuses. She obtained her Doctorate of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) from The Ohio State University College of Dentistry.
Following her education at OSU, she completed a one-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry program through New York University. During that program, she studied many different aspects of general and family dentistry in a public health clinic in Greenville, Ohio. She trained under five general dentists and a pediatric dentist and was able to treat patients of all ages.
Since graduation from dental school and her residency program, Dr. Dinh has been committed to continually furthering her dental knowledge and giving back whenever possible. She is a member of the American Dental Association, Ohio Dental Association, and Dayton Dental Society. Dr. Dinh has participated in dental mission trips to Guatemala, which she enjoys because she gets to help people that do not have access to high quality dental care, and she also gets to meet and learn from dentists from all over the world.
Dr. Dinh married Dr. Brian Dinh in 2017, whom she met shortly before beginning dental school. Following dental school graduation, they moved to Beavercreek, where Brian, an internal medicine physician, was finishing a fellowship in gastroenterology at Wright State University. Dr. Dinh and her husband welcomed a son, William, in October 2020. They also have two dogs, a corgi, named Miley, and a golden retriever, Lily.
Dr. Dinh is excited to be joining Grand Lake Family Dentistry in 2021, because she is excited to come back to a community that made her into the person that she is today, and she is also excited to share Celina and the surrounding community with her family. She is committed to empowering her patients to make informed decisions about their oral and overall health.