Dr. Nicole Wright brings with her experience a superior level of care that you've come to expect when you visit Winston-Salem Periodontics. Dr. Nicole Wright and her husband, Josh, recently moved back to Josh’s home state of North Carolina with their two young children. She is excited to be a part of the Winston-Salem dental community and is looking forward to providing excellence in periodontal therapy here.
After studying biochemistry for three years at Colorado State University, she was accepted to dental school at the Univeristy of Colorado. She completed her dental training in 2005 and went on to study periodontics at the Greater Los Angeles Veterans Administration hospital. Dr. Nicole Wright graduated from the three year residency in 2008 and had the honor of being chief resident.
Dr. Nicole Wright is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology, a distinction held by less than one half of her peers. Prior to moving to Winston-Salem, Dr. Wright was an active participant in the local dental community in Asheville, North Carolina. In addition to treating patients in her private practice, she was a lecturer for the Mountain Area Health and Education Center (MAHEC) General Practice Residency. She believes in giving back and provided volunteer services at the Veterans Administration dental clinic, participated in the Missions of Mercy (MOM) project, Dentistry from the Heart, and also spent two weeks providing dental care to HIV/AIDS orphans in Romania.
Dr. Wright loves spending time with her family and enjoys running, yoga and a good movie. Her husband, Josh, is helping her learn to love golf.