“I really consider myself blessed to make patients of all ages feel great about their smiles,” says Dr. Priscilla Larson, who decided to become an orthodontist because it blended her love of both science and art.
Dr. Larson was born in Canada but grew up in Texas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. She attended Duke University in North Carolina and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Chemistry and a certificate in secondary education. She then moved back north to attend dental school at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine. After graduating with a Doctorate in Dental Medicine, she went on to specialize with a three-year residency in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics at the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Larson has been practicing orthodontics exclusively in Texas and Oklahoma since 2010. She is excited to be able to serve her neighbors in the Moore, OK area as well as patients from Oklahoma City, Chickasha, Norman, Shawnee and beyond.
When she’s not in her offices in Moore and Shawnee, Dr. Larson enjoys spending time with her husband, Erick, and their three young sons. They can often be found reading, watching movies, strolling through the zoo or museum, taking part in church and community events, or just hanging out with friends.
Dr. Larson also enjoys many different creative hobbies when not chasing after her three busy boys, and looks forward to the future when she has time to dabble in such things again!