Meet Dr. Michelle Freeze

McKinney Pediatric Dentistry is very excited to introduce Dr. Michelle Freeze!! Dr. Freeze is an award-winning, highly experienced, board-certified pediatric dental specialist who provides state-of-the-art dental treatment in a warm and nurturing environment. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University. After her undergraduate studies were complete, she decided to pursue her love of working with children, adolescents and special needs patients by becoming a pediatric dentist, attending the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry where she received her Doctorate of Dental Medicine.

Dr. Freeze then completed a 2 year-residency to become a specialist in Pediatric Dentistry, where she received extensive training in treating patients with special health care needs. Dr. Freeze is able to meet the needs of most of her patients in-office by using specialized modalities to help patients feel comfortable. This may include treatment with nitrous oxide or oral conscious sedation in the dental office. However, she also has abundant experience with dentistry in hospital settings for those patients where dental care with general anesthesia may be needed.

For 15 years, Dr. Freeze owned and led a successful pediatric dental practice in the Austin area. During that time she was voted by her peers as one of the Top Ten Pediatric Dentists in Austin by Austin Monthly Magazine. For many years she was on the Texas Super Dentists List by Texas Monthly Magazine. She also was on America’s Best Dentists List, and in 2016 she was interviewed on KVUE local news with a segment titled, “Fighting Cavities with Lasers.” As a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, she has developed special techniques to provide a higher standard of care in providing cosmetic dentistry, laser dentistry, and the use of sedation dentistry when needed.

Dr. Freeze has a passion for participating in dental charity work. She has participated in dental missions in Guatemala and Peru as well as donated time in providing free dental care through local charity organizations. Her greatest joy has been as a mother and her family joining her on her dental mission trips. She understands that every child requires an individualized approach and has unique needs and will provide care that is customized for each family.