Glynn K. Solomon, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Solomon graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry in 1987. He was commended with the 1987 Southwest Prosthodontic Award for outstanding achievement in prosthodontics and along with starting his private dental practice after graduation, became a clinical professor at Baylor College of Dentistry. He held that position in the Resotative Sciences Department until 2000.
Dr. Solomon is a member of the prestigous dental honor society of Omicron Kappa Upsilon and past president of the Metrodent Study Club which he and several clasmates founded after their graduation in 1987. Proving his committment to continuing education, he was awarded the Fellowship Degree in the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD) after sucessfully completing the Fellowship examination as well as over 600 hours of continuing education.
Dr. Solomon was raised in Houston where he graduated with honors and was a High School All-American at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory. He then went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Baylor University.
He is married to his wife Carrie and has two children, Mitchell and Cole. Mitchell's interest is all about health, fitness and training; however, in his third year, he is pursuing a Business/Marketing degree at the University of Arkansas. He is also very involved with his FIJI fraternity on campus. Cole, on the other hand, is passionate about sports. After completing his first year at Abilene Christian University as a regular starter on their baseball team, he finished a successful summer with the Nevada Griffons in the MINK Collegiate League. He will play his sophomore season with the Ft. Scott CC Greyhounds in Kansas before hopefully moving on to another DI baseball program. His goal is to play baseball professionally. Otherwise a business career in the sports industry would be an alternative goal. Dr. Solomon is an avid baseball memorabilia collector which patients quickly realize with a tour of his office. He and his family are also involved in their Coppell church community of St. Ann.
Additionally, outside of his own practice, Dr. Solomon and his wife Carrie, a dental hygienist, have previously worked part-time for a mobile dental group called Texas Smiles. With this group, they travelled to inner city and rural north Texas schools providing dental care which is both challenging and rewarding. Dr. Solomon is curently on staff and works weekly at Disability Dental Services (formerly called The Ford Clinic) in Duncanville Texas. Disability Dental Services is a special needs dental facility that delivers full dental care exclusively to adult patients with conditions such as mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism, Alzheimer's, and dementia. Dr. Solomon has been on staff there since 2008.