Dr. Naisbitt was born in Salt Lake City to Val and Ed Dixon. His father died suddenly when David was four years old. His mother remarried to John Naisbitt and the family moved to the Klamath Glenn in California. It was truly a Tom Sawyer life for David. He played with native Yurok Indian children and learned underwater basket weaving from their grandmothers on the banks of the Klamath River. He witnessed the destruction of the Redwood Forest and the once mighty Salmon runs on the Klamath River.
David showed special ability in music and science at an early age. By the age of nine he was giving piano recitals and had built his own Newtonian telescope, dissected frogs and built motorized model airplanes.
At age fourteen David moved back to Salt Lake City. It took eight years to earn a degree in Business Management from the University of Utah, but it opened the door to his next amazing adventure in the United States Air Force. It had been his lifelong dream to fly jets in the Air Force. He graduated from undergraduate pilot training at the top of his class which allowed him to pick any aircraft he wanted. The C-141 Starlifter was his first choice. Over the next five years he flew combat missions in Viet Nam and routinely flew transoceanic flights to all parts of the free world.
One day in 1974 while pursuing his love of science he read an article in the New England Journal of Medicine about coral reefs made of hydroxylapatite. It described the material as new hope for replacing teeth and bone in humans. That changed the course of his life. He resigned his commission the Air Force and enrolled in an eighth year odyssey to become a dentist in the belief that this technology would be ready by the time he graduated. It was a dream that came true. Just as he finished earning his DMD from the Oregon Health Sciences University, biocompatible titanium implants and synthetic bone were coming to market. Taking advanced training from the leaders in the field Dr. Naisbitt developed successful procedures, improved techniques and custom milled and cast titanium implants that consistently proved to have long term viability.
Doctor Naisbitt has designed and built three practices for implants, prosthetics and crown and bridge. These practices were designed specifically for people suffering from advanced dental disease, masticatory dysfunction, and facial deformity related to loss of teeth and bone. Doctor Naisbitt has helped over 5000 patients from 14 foreign countries and 35 states over the past 28 years. He has also been very actively committed to helping other doctor's benefit from his success in the field of oral implantology and marketing.
Dr. Naisbitt plays Chopin Opus 25 No. 1
And Beethoven Moonlight Sonata