Dr. Elizabeth Pacia received her Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham University in 2003. In 2007, she was awarded her dental degree from SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, where she was a member of the New York Dental Society. Dr. Pacia completed her dental training at Westchester VA Hospital. She is a member of The Academy of General Dentistry, the American Dental Association, the 9th District Dental Society, Bronx County Dental Society, the Academy of Women's Dentists, New Rochelle Dental Forum and The New York State Dental Association. She is the recipient of many awards, including the Academy of Osseointegration's Outstanding Achievement Award in the study of Implant Dentistry and the Harvey Sprowl Award, which is given to the dental student who exhibits outstanding service, compassion and outreach for patients and who has gone "beyond the call of duty."
When she is not practicing dentistry, Dr. Pacia enjoys spending time with her family and she especially loves being a new mom. She also enjoys traveling and experiencing new cultures and cuisines.
I absolutely love being a dentist and I pride myself on being very gentle and virtually painless. As a 3rd generation dentist, I have had the benefit of over 77 years of dental experience helping to shape my craft. Dentistry is an art and I consider myself a perfectionist who has a passion for aesthetics. I strive to make patients feel comfortable and at ease in my dental chair and I will work hard until they feel satisfied and pain free. The field of dentistry is constantly evolving and I continually take courses which expands my skills and keeps me on top of the latest techniques. I also have a passion for service and helping those in need. I find it very rewarding to help those less fortunate and have participated in Dental Outreach Missions all the way from the Appalachian Mountain Region in Kentucky to Tampico, Mexico.