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When Dr. Oppenheim is not in the office treating patients, she often meets with pediatricians, groups of parents, or pre-school and elementary students about dental health. She lives in Chicago with her husband, two children and large dog, Teddy. Education and Specialty Training Diplomate, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, 2010 Received Specialty License in Pediatric Dentistry from the University of Illinois at Chicago, 1994 Completed Residency in Pediatric Dentistry at University of Illinois at Chicago, 1992-1994 Completed General Practice Residency at Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago, 1990-1991. Special focus on medically compromised patients and those suffering from trauma. Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from University of Illinois College of Dentistry, 1989 Bachelor of Science degree from Southern Illinois University, 1985 Hospital Affiliations Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Attending Professional Associations Illinois Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics 'Bright Smiles from Birth' Program Lecturer, 2007-present Special Care Dentistry Association, 1994-present Past President, Illinois Society of Pediatric Dentists, 2000-2001 American Academy of Pediatrics, Member in Good Standing, 1998-2008 American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Member in Good Standing, 1994-current Chicago Dental Society, Member in Good Standing, 1989-current, and Mentor to Dental Students, 2007-current American Dental Association, Member in Good Standing, 1989-current