HARVARD & YALE educated; STANFORD & UCSF trained. CLEVELAND CLINIC Florida Chairman of Otolaryngology. DOUBLE - BOARD CERTIFIED. Dr. Greene graduated from Harvard, phi beta kappa, & magna cum laude. He attended medical school at Yale & performed research at the NIH. Following Residency & Chief Residency at the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Greene completed a Fellowship in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Stanford. He then joined the Cleveland Clinic in Florida, where he attained the rank of Chairman of Otolaryngology. Dr. Greene later founded the Florida Sinus Institute, where he is currently providing comprehensive nasal, sinus & ENT surgery & medical care. Dr. Greene is a contributing author to multiple textbooks, has authored over 40 scholarly publications, and given over 180 lectures. Dr. Greene founded & directed the Cleveland Clinic Otolaryngology Symposium for 8 years, and has taught at numerous ENT courses nationally & internationally. He has over 25 years of experience in patient care and surgery. Dr. Greene is an experienced expert witness, having served extensively for both defense and plaintiff matters, at trial and deposition, as well as in the fields of disability assessment, the performance of IMEs, and forensic testing within his field. He has also served Federal, State and Municipal clients as an impartial finder of fact. Dr. Greene brings over a quarter century of clinical, research, and scientific experience to the analysis of each case. MEDICOLEGAL EXPERTISE: Sinus surgery, hearing loss, air bag noise exposure, car accident, MVA, gun shot noise exposure, tinnitus, vertigo, dizziness, anosmia, medial rectus, CSF leak, deep neck abscesses, airway obstruction, skull base perforation during sinus surgery, eye socket perforation during sinus surgery, facial and skull base trauma.
David Greene MD LLC - Naples, Florida, United States
Otolaryngologist- Head and Neck Surgeon
Medical and Surgical Practice
Stanford Univ. Medical School - Palo Alto, CA, USA
UCSF - San Francisco, CA, USA
Yale Medical School - New Haven, CT, USA
Harvard University - Cambridge, MA, United States
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
2001 - Present
Board Certification Otolaryngology
1999 - Present
1. Fricker L, Das B, Kline R, Greene D, and Jung Y: Regulation of Carboxypeptidase E (Enkephalin Convertase). National Institute on Drug Abuse Research Monograph Series 3:171-187, 1991. 2. Greene D, Das B and Fricker L: Regulation of Carboxypeptidase-E: Effect of pH, temperature, and Co2+ on kinetic parameters of substrate hydrolysis. Biochemical Journal 285:613-618, 1992. 3. Sasaki C, Greene D, Son Y, and Cahow CE: Chapter: Hypopharyngeal Carcinoma, in Cancer of The Pharynx and Larynx, Stafford ND, editor, Blackwell Press, Oxford, U.K., 1993. 4. Greene D, Pruitt L, and Maas CS: Biomechanical effects of e-PTFE implant structure on stability of soft tissue implantation: an experimental study in the porcine model. Laryngoscope 107: 957-962, 1997. 5. Greene D, Sussman S, and Singer MI: Experience with segmental reconstruction of the radiated mandible with alloplastic prostheses. Laryngoscope 107: 1018-1023, 1997. 6. Greene D, Raven R, and Maas CS: Epidemiology of facial injury in blunt assault: Determinants of incidence and outcome in 802 cases. Archives of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery 123 (9): 923-928, 1997. 7. Maas CS, Papel I, Greene D, and Stoker D: Complications of injectable materials in facial augmentation. Journal of Dermatologic Surgery and Oncology 23 (10): 871-877, 1997. 8. Mandpe A, Singer MI, Kaplan MJ, and Greene D: Alloplastic and microvascular restoration of the mandible: a comparison study. Laryngoscope 108 (2): 224-227, 1998. 9. Greene D, Deschler D, and Kaplan MJ: Dermal metastases of pectoralis major myocutaneous flap donor site from a laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma. ENT Journal 77(2):102-104, 1998. 10. Maas CS, Spiegel J, and Greene D: Softform e-PTFE Tissue Augmentation, in Tissue Augmentation in Clinical Practice, (Klein, editor.): Mosby—Year Book, Inc., St. Louis, 1998. 11. Greene D, and Murr AH: Self-induced orbital emphysema: A rare presentation of Munchausen’s syndrome. Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, 119:512-514, 1998. 12. Monhian N, Greene D, and Maas CS: The role of soft-tissue implants in scar revision. Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America 6(2), May 1998. 13. Greene D, Egbert B, Utley D, and Koch RJ: The validity of ex-vivo laser skin treatment for histologic analysis: A prospective controlled study. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, 1:159-164, 1999 (cover story). 14. Greene D, Maas CS, Carvalho G, and Raven R: Epidemiology of facial injury in female blunt assault trauma cases. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, 1:288-291, 1999. 15. Greene D, Koch RJ, and Goode RL: Efficacy of octyl-2-cyanoacrylate tissue glue in blepharoplasty: A prospective controlled study of wound-healing characteristics. Archives of CV v. 1/10/2019 Page 4 of 21 David Greene, MD, FACS Facial Plastic Surgery, 1:292-296, 1999 (Winner, AAFPRS Research Award). 16. Cheng E, Greene D, and Koch RJ: Metastasis of renal cell carcinoma to the nasal tip. Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, 122:464, 2000. 17. Koch RJ and Greene D: Reconstruction of the Aerodigestive Tract: Basic Principles & Goals. In: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (Toriumi, D.M., ed.), Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 2000. 18. Greene D, Koch RJ, Utley D, and Egbert B: In-vivo model of histologic changes following treatment with the superpulsed CO2 laser, erbium:YAG laser, and blended lasers: a 4-6 month prospective histological and clinical study. Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, 27:362-372, 2000. 19. Greene D: Obstructive sleep apnea—Advanced Surgical Techniques. Audio-Digest Otolaryngology, 35(24), 2002. 20. Akst L, Dipasquale B, Berho M, Greene D, and Roberts J: Dirofilaria infection presenting as a facial mass: case report of an emerging zoonosis. American Journal of Otolaryngology, 25 (2): 134-137, 2004. 21. Akst L, Discolo C, Dipasquale B, Greene D, and Roberts J: Metastatic seminoma with cervical lymphadenopathy as the initial presentation. Ear, Nose and Throat Journal, 83(5): 356-359, 2004. 22. Akst L, Greene D, Discolo C, and Schlossberg L: Anterior cranial fossa glioblastoma presenting with obstructive sleep apnea as an isolated symptom. American Journal of Otolaryngology, 26(5): 327-329, 2005. 23. Greene D. Total necrosis of soft palate and intranasal structures from intranasal abuse of crushed oxycodone (OxyContin). Ear, Nose and Throat Journal, 84(8) 512-516, 2005. 24. Greene D, and Akst L: Efficacy of radiofrequency ablation of the tongue base in management of retroglossal obstruction in obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Abstract, Proceedings of the Triological Society, May 2004. 25. Greene D, and Akst L: Low-temperature radiofrequency molecular dissociation (Coblation®) for base-of-tongue reduction in obstructive sleep apnea. Oral presentation. American Academy of Otolaryngology, September 2004. Abstract published in Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, 2004. 26. Greene D: Building a Snoring and Sleep Apnea Practice. Audio-Digest Otolaryngology, 38(19), 2005. 27. Greene D: The nose and nasal surgery in obstructive sleep apnea. Audio-Digest Otolaryngology, 38(19), 2005. 28. Greene D: Botulinum toxin type A for facial rejuvenation. Audio-Digest Otolaryngology, 38(24), 2005. 29. Greene D: Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) with palatal flap and releasing incisions for CV v. 1/10/2019 Page 5 of 21 David Greene, MD, FACS obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS). Audio-Digest Otolaryngology, 38(24), 2005. 30. Greene D: Radiofrequency ablation of the tongue base (RFBOT) for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS). Audio-Digest Otolaryngology, 38(24), 2005. 31. Akst L, Greene D, and Roberts J.: Metastatic seminoma with cervical lymphadenopathy as the initial manifestation. Ear, Nose & Throat Journal, 2004. 32. Lott D, Akst L, Greene D, and Roberts J.: T-cell primary cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma mimicking the appearance of large basal cell carcinoma. Otolaryngology—Head Neck Surg. 2006 Jul; 135(1):170-1. 33. Shipchandler TZ, Akst LM, and Greene D, Henry M. Pathology quiz case 2: Spindle cell lipoma. Archives of Otolaryngology Head Neck Surg. 2006 Feb; 132(2):221, 223. 34. Walker RP, Levine HL, Hopp ML, Greene D, and Pang K. : Palatal implants: a new approach for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. Otolaryngology Head Neck Surg. 135(4):549-54, 2006. 35. Walker RP, Levine HL, Hopp ML, Greene D, and Pang K. : Extended follow-up of palatal implants for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery, 137(5): 822-827, 2007. 36. Greene D.: Comprehensive examination of the airway for sleep disordered breathing. Audio Digest Otolaryngology. 40:5; 2007. 37. Greene D.: Radiofrequency ablation of the tongue base. Audio Digest Otolaryngology. 40:5; 2007. 38. Greene D. Adding allergy management to your practice. Audio-Digest Otolaryngology April 21, 2008; Volume 41, Issue 08. 39. Greene D. Adding allergy management to your practice: testing, immunotherapy, and asthma. Audio-Digest Otolaryngology, April 21, 2008; Volume 43, Issue 04. 40. Greene D. Efficacy of topical nebulized antibiotics and steroids in the management of postoperative recurrent chronic sinusitis. Abstract published, Triological Society. Presented as a poster at the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meeting, Naples FL, 2008. 41. Greene D. Bipolar radiofrequency ablation of the turbinates for chronic nasal obstruction. ENT News, July-August, 2008; 17(3) 100-102. 42. Greene D.: Radiofrequency ablation of the tongue base in obstructive sleep apnea: rapid and effective technique using low-temperature radiofrequency molecular dissociation (Coblation) for management of retroglossal obstruction. Journal of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, 2008; 37(6):777-81. 43. Lite, J; after Greene D.: Domestic violence victims have distinct facial injuries, study says. Scientific American Online, Jan 19, 2009.
− Fellow, American College of Surgeons − Fellow, American Rhinologic Society − Fellow, American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery − Diplomate, American Board of Otolaryngology − Diplomate, American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery − Member, Collier County Medical Society − Member, American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery
− “Top Doctors,” Castle-Connolly; 16 years consecutively, 2004-2019. − “Top Doctors,” Naples Illustrated Magazine and Professional Research Services Peer Review, 2019. − “Guide to America’s Top Physicians.” Consumers Research Council of America; 16 years consecutively, 2003-present. − “Patient’s Choice Award,” Patients’ Choice, 2011-present. − “Most Compassionate Physician Award,” Vitals, 2011-present. − The Gulfshore’s “Top Doctors,” Gulfshore Life, Naples, FL; 15 years consecutively, 2004- Present. CV v. 1/10/2019 Page 2 of 21 David Greene, MD, FACS − Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, 2003-Present. − Who’s Who in America, Marquis, 2004-Present. − Who’s Who in the World, Marquis, 2017-2019. − Charter Alumnus, Leadership Development Program, American Academy of Otolaryngology—Board of Governors. − John Orlando Roe Award for Best Clinical Research Paper, American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, 1999. − Fellow, American College of Surgeons. − Fellow, American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Fellow. − Fellow, American Rhinologic Society. − Achievement Award, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, 1999. − Physician Recognition Award, American Medical Association, 1997-1999, 2001-2002. − “Special Recognition Award for Service Above & Beyond the Call of Duty,” VAMC, 1999. − Facial Plastic Surgery Award for Academic Achievement, Department of Otolaryngology, Division of Facial Plastic Surgery, University of California, San Francisco, 1996. − Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Travel Award, 1991