Dr. Akeyla Brown earned her dental degree at Howard University College of Dentistry, graduating with honors, and was inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Society. She then went on to pursue Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Howard University Hospital, with surgical experience from Georgetown University Hospital, Veterans Affairs Hospital, Washington Hospital Center, Children’s National Medical Center, Anne Arundel Medical Center, and Winchester Hospital Center in Virginia.
Dr. Brown has received extensive training in dental alveolar surgery, implantology, advanced bone grafting, management of TMJ disorders, and orthognathic surgery. As a chief resident, she was also awarded the Philip J. Boyne Scholarship and was then selected to complete an externship with the Geistlich Bio-oss/Osteo-Science Foundation.
Dr. Brown is committed to education and currently serves as faculty to the residents at NYU Langone AEGD program. She is also a founding member of the W.I.N.D. continuing education platform for women dental specialists. In addition to education, Dr. Brown has a true passion for service and has completed multiple medical/dental missions to Cameroon, Jamaica, and Haiti. Her love for community service is ongoing, and she continues to serve as a National Health Service Corp provider.