Dr. Amberlee Taylor graduated from Baldwin-Wallace College with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry. She achieved her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at Case School of Dental Medicine and followed up with a year of advanced education at University Hospitals Case Medical Center.
Amberlee's mother was a dentist, so following in her footsteps was a natural decision. Throughout her four years of dental school she enjoyed providing care to patients in need. During a two year residency at the Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital that she discovered her true passion - pediatric patients. “Suddenly, it all clicked,” Taylor recalls. “I realized that whenever I worked on a child, I was putting my whole self into making sure they were comfortable and having fun - and I was having a great time!”
Dr. Taylor chose to pursue the specialty field of pediatric dentistry. It lead to opening her own pediatric dental practice in North Royalton, Ohio. She enjoys making visiting the dentist a relaxing, fun time for her patients.
Dr. Taylor remains committed to continuing education, has given many presentations, and is the recipient of many honors. She's named Resident of the Year at AEGD Case School of Dental Medicine. And, she served as Chief Resident during her time at the Pediatric Dental Residency Case School of Dental Medicine.
Besides her professional activities, Dr. Taylor is passionate about giving back to the community. She's been teaching Sunday School since 2008, she is the co-chair for the local "Give Kids a Smile!" Day. She has worked with the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile program, served as a volunteer at the Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland, and is in demand as a speaker for several Girl Scout Troops.
In her spare time, Dr. Taylor enjoys indoor activities like reading, knitting, and pottery. You can also spot her doing outdoor sports such as golfing and skiing. She also loves spending time with her husband, dentist Nathaniel M. Taylor, and their two daughters, Ava and Savanahh, in their home close to their North Royalton dental practices.