Dr. Sayali grew up in India and was inspired to pursue a career where she could help care for people. When she realized that becoming a dentist would allow her to pursue her love for art and science she was sold! She completed dental school from the Nair hospital, University of Mumbai. After moving to the United States of America, she graduated with a D.D.S degree from the prestigious University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Ann Arbor. She attributes much of her professional success to the sound training she received from both these universities.
Dr. Sayali has a practice devoted to comprehensive dentistry for adults and children. She prides herself with treating every patient with compassion they need and deserve. Her philosophy of practice is to provide a comfortable experience for all patients. She strongly believes that she treats people, not just teeth. She enjoys educating her patients about their dental and general health in order to help them develop sustainable lifestyle. Her goal is to seamlessly combine science, art, and service into personalized treatment plans that are suited to each individual. She finds plenty of fulfillment in enhancing smiles and helping patients rediscover their self-confidence! The highlight of her work is getting to know her patients and their families.
Throughout the years, she has prioritized continuing education through active professional memberships with the:
- American Dental Association
- Illinois State Dental Association
- Chicago Dental Society
In her free time, she also taps into her more creative side through painting, singing, dancing and gardening. Ask her about the secrets to her summer garden when you come in for an appointment. She loves to tell the story! Her family includes her husband and son. They love to travel to explore the world and make memories together.
She is thrilled to be serving patients here at Panacea Dental. She looks forward to meeting you and providing you with the best individualized care. She appreciates your feedback and always endeavors to improve her practice.