Dr. Dentino graduated from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in 2014. During her time at Harvard she was awarded a grant to study craniofacial anomalies in Brazil. After graduation she gained additional craniofacial experience as a research fellow at Boston Children's Hospital, and her work has been published in some of the leading academic journals. During this time she served as an instructor at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Dentino then completed a clinical internship in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and practiced dentistry in a group practice on the east coast before moving to Milwaukee to complete her orthodontic residency training at Marquette. Now settled in Wisconsin with her husband and two young daughters, Dr. Dentino is looking forward to putting down roots and serving the local community.
As an orthodontist Dr. Dentino finds joy in getting to work with children and adults of all ages, and especially values getting to know families over the course of their orthodontic treatment. She believes that a smile is something which can unite us all because it is a universal connection that transcends age, race, culture, and gender. It is her greatest privilege to help others be able to share that connection with others. When she is not working, Dr. Dentino enjoys spending time with her growing family, being outdoors, and doing yoga.