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Dr. Mary Petrie takes a gentle and caring approach to dentistry, with an emphasis on providing a comfortable experience for patients of all ages.

Dr. Petrie graduated from the College of New Rochelle with her Bachelor of Science degree in biology. She then went on to receive her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from Northwestern University. She has completed advanced training in Invisalign, cosmetic dentistry, and other dental services.

To ensure she stays ahead of the curve in the latest advances in dentistry, Dr. Petrie is a member of the following professional organizations:

  • The Cincinnati Dental Society
  • The Ohio Dental Association
  • The American Dental Association

The team members at Bell Dental Group aren’t the only ones to notice Dr. Petrie’s hard work. She has been voted a “Cincinnati Top Dentist” for multiple years and has been a “Healthcare Hero” nominee.

Though she is a New York native, Dr. Petrie is proud to have called Cincinnati home for the past 35 years. She is married with four children and enjoys volunteering in her spare time. She has donated dental services through the Greater Cincinnati Oral Health Council for many years and maintains a long-time volunteer at Summit Country Day School. Dr. Petrie is also an active member of Garden Clubs of America (GCA).

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