Dr. Qingze Lv (“Chin-zuh Lieu”) grew up in Yancheng, China, which is about 3 hours north of Shanghai. He came to the U.S. in 2012 to study at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biomolecular Science. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 2020 with his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree, he decided to further his clinical knowledge and experience through a year of Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) at the University of Texas in Houston.
Dr. Lv is a member of the following organizations:
- American Dental Association
- Academy of General Dentistry
- Wisconsin Dental Association
- Jefferson County Dental Society
- Academy of Laser Dentistry
During his dental education, Dr. Lv volunteered his time providing comprehensive dental treatment to underserved and vulnerable populations. He was a volunteer clinician at the Sayre Community Health Center in West Philadelphia. He also had additional training and experience in caring for patients with complex medical conditions in the dental school. He was also selected to participate in the school’s pilot program to care for refugees and survivors of torture referred by the Nationalities Services Center.
Dr. Lv and his partner reside in Jefferson, Wisconsin. Dr. Lv is an advocate for the arts. In his free time, he enjoys painting, singing, and playing the piano. He also likes going to a variety of live performances. Dr. Lv’s other passion is food and enjoys eating and cooking dishes from a variety of cultures. His current favorite dessert is custard, even if it requires some extra rinsing and brushing afterward. He is excited to explore more of Wisconsin and call it home.
Personal Note from Dr. Lv:
“Minimal intervention dentistry and prevention can go a long way. I share everything I know about dentistry with my patients to help them take ownership of their health and make informed decisions in their treatment. I love to spend time getting to know patients and their values so that I can provide personalized care. The most rewarding part of dentistry to me is the long-term relationships that I build with my patients, whom I see as my family.”