TRISHA M. LE, DDS
Dr. Trisha Le has been in dental practice for over 25 years and graduated from the University of Washington Dental School in 1994. Her passion for dentistry has driven me to take many courses and attend over 100 hours of continuing education per year (well above the hours mandated by the State of Washington). Extensive training and experience in implants, prosthodontics and all fields of dentistry has uniquely qualified her to provide her patients with better diagnosis and treatment. Knowing the pros and cons of different treatment options, you can be sure that you are making the right decision for yourself and will be getting successful results that fits your needs.
Most of Dr. Le’s training has been in the field of Cosmetic dentistry, bite and facial muscle balancing, Implant dentistry, and Digital Dentistry. She is proficient in Endodontics, all types of extractions, is certified in Invisalign / Clear Correct invisible brace therapy and specialized in implant placement and restoration. She also provides services in restorative, cosmetic dentistry and sleep dentistry including sleep apnea oral appliances as well as being certified for sedation dentistry. I also teach courses to dentists who want to learn how to place dental implants.
Dr. Le considers the most important part of her role as your dentist is earning your trust by understanding your individual goals, wishes, and challenges. She listens to what each patient shares about their dental needs. She believes in diagnosing and give recommendations about your dental situation the way she would diagnose her own family. She gives thorough and complete explanations about your treatment, make recommendations, give the alternative treatment options and then let YOU decide what services you would like performed. Dr. Le wants to be your partner in dental health!
Dr. Le is excited to join our team at Rainier Dental-Tacoma and looks forward to getting to know your smile.
I am looking forward to be your dentist, will help you keeping your smile & your teeth healthy for the rest of your life.