Introducing Dr. Ryan Colosi

Dr. Ryan ColosiWe are thrilled to welcome Dr. Ryan Colosi to Pediatric Dentistry of South Charlotte.  He will be joining us on September 15, so we would like to let you know a bit about him.

Dr. Ryan grew up just outside of Buffalo, NY where his dad has been a general dentist for over 30 years. During his high school days Dr. Ryan decided to pursue the same career and ventured off to Hillsdale College in Michigan to begin his training. After earning a BS in Biology in 2003 he was accepted into the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. While at UB, Dr. Ryan earned awards in both Pediatric and Hospital Dentistry while completing a minor in Pediatric Dentistry. Following the advice of his mentors, he decided to specialize in Pediatric Dentistry. That decision lead to Dr. Ryan matching with his top program of choice: North Shore-Long Island Jewish’s Schneider Children’s Hospital (recently renamed Cohen Children’s Medical Center). Consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top Children’s Hospitals, LIJ provided Dr. Ryan the opportunity to treat a wide array of patients, ranging from children with rare congenital syndromes to adolescents with prominent craniofacial anomalies. This experience gave him the confidence and knowledge to succeed in residency and beyond. In 2008, Dr. Ryan was named Chief Resident for Long Island Jewish’s Department of Dental Medicine and was awarded Resident of the Year in 2009.

Following completion of his Pediatric Dental residency, Dr. Ryan spent 3 years with the US Navy including tours with 3rd Dental Battalion in Okinawa, Japan and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. While in Okinawa, he was deployed onboard the USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) as a part of Pacific Partnership 2010, a global humanitarian aid effort throughout Southeast Asia. Dr. Ryan was at sea for nearly 4 months and participated in an array of medical/dental missions. This experience allowed him to work alongside doctors from Australia, Singapore, Japan, New Zealand, Great Britain and Canada, while serving the people of Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and Timor-Leste.

Dr. Ryan joins us after having spent his post Navy years practicing in both Buffalo, NY and Lexington, SC. Having a number of friends and family in the Charlotte area (along with a number of Buffalo-themed restaurants) is what has drawn him to make Charlotte home. He is board-certified through the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, ABPD College of Diplomates and the American Dental Association.  He is an avid scuba diver and spearfisher, enjoys camping, is a die-hard Buffalo Bills fan and has a deep passion for doing missions work both locally and abroad.

Dr. Ryan will be in the office on alternating Mondays and Thursdays, and will be available for appointments every Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm.  Let us know if you would like to schedule an appointment during our new Friday hours.

We think you will enjoy getting to know Dr. Ryan and welcoming him to our Pediatric Dentistry of South Charlotte family.

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Welcome to our new blog!

We hope to use this blog to connect with our patients and their families.  Certainly you can check this space for up to date dental information that can help you care for your child’s teeth.  But we want this blog to be more than that.  Here at Pediatric Dentistry of South Charlotte, we see ourselves as more than just a dental office.  We are a small community within the big community of Charlotte.  Dr. Beth and the staff really do love working together and care about each other a lot (you can tell because you often hear us laughing together!).  But mostly, we love getting to know so many great kids and their families.  We enjoy helping kids learn to take care of their own teeth, and helping to educate parents about how to do the thing that’s most important to them – taking care of their children.  Each child is unique, and we love getting to know them and tailoring their care to their unique needs and preferences.  And let’s be honest, kids say and do the darndest things, so they always keep us on our toes.

We will also use this blog to share interesting things that our patients are doing at school or in their other activities.  If you have any questions you would like us to answer here, or your child is involved in something that you would like us to share, please send us a message through Facebook or Google+.  You can also leave reviews through Google, which is always appreciated.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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