Meet Dr. Ellen Paulisick
The team at River Landing Dentistry has announced that Dr. Ellen Paulisick has joined the practice. Dr. Paulisick graduated from the University of Maryland in Baltimore and completed a general practice residency at the Baltimore VA Medical Center the same years as the practice’s founder, Dr. Rebeca Zechmann.
“Drs. Paulisick and Zechmann share similar practice philosophies in relation to treating patients comprehensively and compassionately, using the most advanced dental technology, and dedicating time and resources to their continuing education,” stated a press release. “They are constantly looking for ways to improve the practice and expand their own skill set to benefit our patients.”
Dr. Paulisick spent the last eight years in private practice in Maryland, before making the move to warm, welcoming Charleston. She is excited to participate in and give back to the Daniel Island community.
“I have always been a passionate leader in my community and in service to others,” stated Dr. Paulisick. “While in dental school, I served as the national student representative for the American Association of Women Dentists. I am the recipient of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship for community service, and I ran health-based education programs for homeless women and children in Baltimore. I cannot wait to be equally as involved in my new community.” A life-long learner, Dr. Paulisick was awarded Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry—an honor bestowed on less than 6% of general dentists for accruing over 500 hours of continuing education. She has focused her skill set on providing an array of additional advanced treatment options including Invisalign clear aligner therapy, oral conscious sedation, Botox cosmetic and therapeutic treatments, and dental implants. Dr. Paulisick is the proud mother of two children. “I could think of no better place to raise my family than here,” she said. “I have been so overwhelmed by the love and support of the Charleston community, and I look forward to helping make them all smile.”
Original article posted by The Daniel Island News and can be found here.