Dr. Levine, a 1982 graduate of the University of Michigan Dental School, has been in the same Phoenix practice since 1984. Dr. Levine is originally from New Jersey, where she attended Rutgers University, attained a 4.0 grade point average, and gained early admission to dental school. She is married, has two grown children, and one (spoiled) dog.
A desire to provide her patients with the most current techniques and treatments drives Dr. Levine’s participation in continuing education courses. She is an active member of the American Dental Association, the Arizona Dental Association, and the Central Arizona Dental Association.
She is also on staff at Paradise Valley Hospital.
Her belief in the importance of affordable treatment and patient education has led Dr. Levine to volunteer many hours of community service. Dr. Levine previously volunteered at the McDowell Dental Clinic where she won a public service award from the State of Arizona. Currently she spends time caring for homeless patients at the Central Arizona Shelter Services Dental Clinic. (CASS).
Every February Dr. Levine and her assistant Kelly provide free dental cleanings and sealants for school children from low income families.
During the past 25 years more than 10,000 local elementary students have participated in Dr. Levine’s fun, inter-active dental health presentations in their schools. She loves kids, and they love wearing her tooth costumes as they learn about good dental health habits.
The same artistic skills that Dr. Levine utilizes in her cosmetic dentistry with such beautiful and excellent results, find expression in her private life. She is a gifted and versatile ceramic artist, painter, and seamstress. She is an avid reader and a dedicated runner.