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Dr. Stephanie Sawyer

Dr. Stephanie Sawyer was born and raised in Huntington, NY. Dr. Sawyer attended New York Institute of Technology for her undergraduate studies where she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She continued her education at the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine and received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. After graduating from dental school, Dr. Sawyer completed a one-year General Practice Residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital.

During dental school, Dr. Sawyer was given the excellence in Endodontics award while also completing a concentration in pediatric dentistry. Dr. Sawyer was one of the founders of the Art Club as well as the Prosthodontic Study Club during her time in Buffalo. Dr. Sawyer also participated in several research projects utilizing 3D printing as well as soft and hard tissue lasers. 

Dr. Sawyer and her fiance, Dr. Joe, met at “Admitted Students Day” for dental school and started dating in the first year of dental school. They will be getting married here in Birmingham, Alabama in October of this year. Dr. Joe is currently in the Prosthodontics residency at the University of Alabama School of Dentistry. In their free time, they enjoy cooking, trying out new restaurants, biking, and spending time with their friends and family. They have a cat named Nova, who they love to spoil.  

Dr. Sawyer is very passionate about dentistry. She grew up going to museums, drawing, and painting. She incorporates what she has learned from her art background to achieve the most esthetic results for her patients. Dr. Sawyer listens carefully to each of her patient’s needs and desires in order to develop a customized treatment plan. Luma Dentistry operates like one big family and Dr. Sawyer is proud to be a part of that family. Dr. Sawyer would love to have you as one of her patients. 

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