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Undergraduate Studies: Bachelor of Science Degree, University of California at Irvine, 1994
Graduate Studies: Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree, Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland, OH 1999.
Hobbies: Dr. Liu enjoys mountain biking, golfing, hiking, and most outdoor activities. He also enjoys watching movies.
Other Info: Dr. Liu is a handyman and enjoys working on projects around his house.
Treatment Philosophy: Dr. Liu adopts the same philosophy in his practice as he lives his life; ‘treat others the way you want to be treated’. Dr. Liu believes in patient education and guiding them to make the best choices for their dental health.
Family Background: Dr. Liu is the younger of two boys and was born in Taiwan. He and his family moved to the Philippines when he was 6 years old. They immigrated to the United States when he was 13. He grew up in Southern California with a very supporting and close knit family. He has had a very modest upbringing. His success can be attributed to the support that he has received from his parents and his brother. Dr. Liu speaks English and Mandarin, and currently practices in Las Vegas, NV.
Undergraduate Studies:Graduate Studies: Doctor of Dental Surgery degree, Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland, Ohio; 2000
Hobbies: Spending time with her son, Quinn, her father and the rest of her family; travelling to other countries, and acting. She loves getting facials and massages. She loves babies. She also loves cooking, but would like someone else to clean up the mess!
Other Info: Dr Mai loves to smile all the time and be happy. She loves to pamper and take care of people. She believes that when you cannot smile anymore, you just need to take a vacation! When you feel sad, get someone who loves you to pamper you and you will be happy again!
Family Background: Dr Mai is the youngest of nine children. Her family traveled to Vietnam by boat when she was 8 years old. Her mother is illiterate and her father only completed third grade. Her parents were farmers in Vietnam and had risked their lives by leaving Vietnam due to extreme poverty and communist control. Dr Mai has worked all her life, even before she started dental school. She has worked as a babysitter, a farm girl (picking strawberries, onions, plums, peppers, etc.), home cleaner, newspaper delivery person, waitress, cashier, lab technician, food caterer and more. As a result of being raised in an extremely poor family of nine children, the in-laws, and more than 25 nieces and nephews, Dr Mai has learned to share everything that she has and to get along with everyone.
Personally from Dr. Mai: I have been a dentist since 2000. When I entered this profession, little did I know that it was “meant to be” for me! It was like finding my other half, a soul mate in your life: something that makes you smile when you think about it. It is almost impossible to describe in words what dentistry means to me. So I do hope you understand.
Every single day that I practice dentistry, I remember times that make me smile in the office, and when I get home, I am still smiling. My son asks me all the time, “Mommy, do you love me more than dentistry?” I have told Quinn many times that I love him most in life. It is the special relationships that I have with my co-workers and patients that make this profession so endearing and powerful to me. The best rewards come when my patients start bringing their loved ones and goodies to our office, because they are happy and satisfied with our service. The instant cosmetic results, pain relief, and the comfort they feel make our patients feel extremely satisfied. To me, happiness is like watching someone yawn: it is contagious. When I see my patients leave our office with a sparkling smile, it makes my heart sing the entire day. I am so grateful that I get to do what I do today. It is a privilege like none other. For this reason, I will treasure this profession and all that it has given to me for the rest of my life.