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Southport Family Dental Expands Team with New Dentist
Date:12/11/2012

Fairfield, CT. (PRWEB) December 11, 2012

Salvatore Pizzino, D.D.S., a Fairfield CT dental practitioner, is joined by Michelle Wang D.D.S in providing quality dental services. The Fairfield CT dentist’s office is excited to have Dr. Wang as the newest addition to the Southport Family Dental Team. Dr. Wang states, "I am so grateful to have found such a wonderful place and a group of people to work with." She will be an integral part of providing quality dental services in a relaxed, modern, and caring environment. She will assist in providing routine exams, cleanings, fillings, Invisalign, restorative work, cosmetic services, or an entire smile makeover. Dr. Pizzino and his staff believe patients should be treated with respect, friendliness, and skill; all qualities that Dr. Wang exhibits.

Dr. Wang received her graduate degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and attended Virginia Tech for her undergraduate work. Dr. Wang is currently licensed to practice in Connecticut and California. Previous to her studies, Dr. Wang grew up in Virginia. Growing up she was introduced to the medical field through her mother’s work as an OB/GYN doctor. She is honored to be the first of her family to enter the profession of dentistry. Her outside interests include working out, cooking, and traveling.

Dr. Wang will join Dr. Pizzino and Associates to help make patients feel like part of the family. “Making people healthy and prolonging their well-being is why I love doing what I do,” says Dr. Pizzino. Dr. Pizzino has been treating patients in Southport since 1995. He is a graduate of New York University, College of Dentistry. His extensive background in postgraduate education includes training at the L.D. Panke Institute and The Dawson Academy as well as fellowships in general dentistry, orthodontics and implant dentistry. He has been a CT Invisalign Premier Provider since 2009 as well as an Invisalign guest lecturer. In addition to being past president of the Bridgeport Dental Association, Dr. Pizzino serves on the CT State Dental Association Board of Peer Review. He is also a member and fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Academy of Functional Orthodontics, the International Congress of Oral Implantology, and a member of the American Dental Association (ADA).

About Southport Family Dental
Southport Family Dental is a Fairfield County practice dedicated to making its patients feel comfortable while providing them with quality dental services in a relaxed, modern and caring environment. Dr. Salvatore Pizzino and his associates are passionate about giving patients new reasons to smile by focusing on the long-term health of their teeth and mouths and the aesthetic beauty of their smiles. From routine exams, cleanings and fillings to Invisalign, restorative work and cosmetic services, the entire staff at Southport Family Dental aims to exceed the expectations of their patients at every visit by taking the time to listen to their needs and never compromising on quality.

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