Dr. Amanda “Amy” Spivey Green is a native of Spartanburg and is a graduate of Boiling Springs High School. She attended the College of Charleston and double majored in psychology and music. She was active in her sorority, several community orchestras and even played with the Charleston Symphony. After graduation, Amy won the title of Miss South Carolina 1995 and represented South Carolina at the Miss America Pageant, where she won the Talent Award. She later traveled through South Carolina for a year, speaking to schoolchildren about self esteem and the perils of drug use. It was during that year that Amy found her love of children and her passion for making children feel comfortable and smile.

Amy attended the Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine and obtained her doctor of medical dentistry degree. She began a general practice, but soon completed a two-year residency in pediatric dentistry. During this training, she realized that she not only loved children, but also had a passion for children who need a little extra attention. Amy is trained to treat children up to age 18, as well as those with special needs.  Amy is a mom herself. She and her husband, Bryan, who is an orthodontist, have a son, Langston, and a daughter, Rowan.