When I graduated in 2006, the University of Alberta dental program asked me to stay on as a clinical instructor. The highest form of learning is teaching and I was honoured to teach the new wave of dentists in this dynamic health field.
I design lifelong treatment plans, thinking ahead, so each option is positive today and also later in life. My joy is caring for families. It’s an honour to treat a patient and also look after their grandparents, parents, and children. Dentistry is relationships. They grow deeper with each generation.
Dr. Misha Susoeff (Clinic owner and Dentist)
I was born and raised in south Edmonton and received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alberta. I was accepted into New York University’s College of Dentistry where I earned a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. After living in a fast-paced and hectic big city for four years it was a welcomed change to practice in Camrose upon returning home. I have spent the most recent years working on the south side of Edmonton.
My goal is to provide a calming dental experience for those with dental anxiety and to educate my patients as much as possible. I take great care to provide quality treatment each and every day.
In my spare time, I enjoy running, hiking, and camping. I also love spending time with my wonderful wife and three children.
Born in the maritimes, I was raised from a young age on a mixed farm in the badlands, north of Drumheller.
I attended the University of Alberta, graduating from the Faculty of Dentistry. I have had a career long commitment to professional development and continuing education. I have also had the privilege of working as a clinical instructor at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, training dental students in restorative techniques. I enjoy the challenges and student interaction of teaching. I am passionate about encouraging and supporting the next generation of dentists.
My wife, Shelley and I have lived in southwest Edmonton for over two decades raising our three children. Outside of dentistry, I enjoy family time, cycling, photography, and I am an avid reader.
I was borned and raised in Edmonton and have been a health care provider in Edmonton my whole life. I started as a nurse for 10 years and then switched over to dentistry where I’ve been practicing as a general dentist for 25 years. In addition to general dentistry, I practice craniofacial sleep medicine collaboratively with medical doctors, am a Regent on the board of the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics and am an Integrated Clinical Advisor in the Vivos® Integrated Healthcare network. This integration allows me to work with clinicians from around the world conducting research and to develop clinical protocols for the treatment of sleep apnea and sleep disordered breathing as well as treating craniofacial pain using a multidisciplinary approach. I was also very excited to achieve my Mastership at the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics in Japan November 14, 2009.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my husband and two University children, while staying active and enjoying the outdoors. My family enjoys watching sports, especially baseball and football. I enjoy football so much I am the team dentist for the Edmonton Elks!