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Dr. Priscilla Shih, DDS is a dentistry practitioner in West Salem, WI and has been practicing for 41 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Dentistry in 1977 and practices dentistry, pediatric dentistry, and more.Read her story
This content was provided by Dr. Shih "As a general dentist with a special interest in cosmetic dentistry and implant restoration, I believe that a beautiful, healthy smile is a person’s greatest asset. I emphasize the need to establish good communication between the doctor and patient to achieve this goal. With a strong commitment to continuing education, I believe that it is important to stay abreast of the latest, cutting edge techniques and procedures in the area of cosmetic dentistry. I attended UCLA as an undergraduate and continued my education at the Northwestern University School of Dentistry, where I earned my Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree in 1977. I completed the Noblepharma Implant Mini-residency and hold Waterlase and Invisalign Advanced Certification. I am a member of the American Dental Association, The Wisconsin Dental Association, the Chicago Dental Society, and the American Association of Women Dentists. A resident of West Salem, I am active in my church and volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. I enjoy gourmet cooking, reading, gardening and traveling in my spare time. I am married with three grown children, all of whom currently live in Chicago. "
This content was provided by Dr. Shih "At Neighborhood Smiles, we believe the best dental treatment is no dental treatment. However, if you do need dental work, we believe in comprehensive care and flexible payment plans to help get you the care you deserve.
Remember to bring your little one in for their first dental checkup by the time their first tooth comes in – usually around 12 months! "