True Dedication to Outstanding Dental Care
Dr. Greta Richter is a Wayne, PA dentist that is passionate about helping people look and feel their best. She spends time with each of her patients, ensuring that they feel calm and comfortable in the dental chair. Her dedication shines through performing routine dental maintenance to teaching patients how to properly care for their teeth to enhance their smiles.
Dr. Richter was born and raised in Defiance, OH. In college, Dr. Richter was a chemistry major. However, she was inspired when a dentist visited lectured in one of her classes. She chose to apply to dental school soon after. Dr. Richter graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from Washington & Lee University in 1999.
After completing her initial degree, she attended The Ohio State University College of Dentistry for her doctorate, graduating Cum Laude in 2003. She also underwent a General Practice Residency at New York-Presbyterian/Weill-Cornell University and was on rotation for three months at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Today, Dr. Richter is a member of the following dental organizations:
- American Dental Association
- Pennsylvania Dental Association
- Mainline Dental Society
- Academy of Stomatology
Following school, Dr. Richter owned and operated her own boutique dentistry practice in Manhattan. During that time, she appeared as a medical consultant on Good Morning America.
In 2013, she chose to sell her practice and move to the Philadelphia suburbs in order to settle down and start a family, working in private practice in Paoli for several years before eventually coming to Wayne Family Dentistry. Dr. Richter loves meeting so many people through her position. She helps her patients feel comfortable, confident, and happy with their smiles well into the future.
Dr. Richter enjoys providing her patients with cosmetic dentistry and seeing how beautiful improvements really make a positive difference in their lives. She also spends a lot of time on patient education and guiding patients to take control of their personal health through good habits.
Dr. Richter’s husband Mike is originally from Berwyn, and they currently live in the Wayne area with their two young sons Holt and Ryan. Her personal hobbies include working out, running, playing with her children, going to social events, traveling (particularly back to New York, where she used to live), and reading. She also enjoys volunteer work – in the past, she actually provided free dentistry in Cambodia at Angkor Watt Children’s Hospital.