Sam Azab, DDS
Tuesday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m
A Word from Dr. Azab:
Every patient has different needs and expectations, and it’s my job to guide them to a decision that is best for them. I truly take a patient-centered approach, and it is my goal that every patient leaves feeling heard and understood. I also think it’s very important that patients leave educated about the importance of dental health and how simple, preventative steps can lead to a healthier, happier smile.
As a dentist’s son, I have always been drawn to the dental field. Dentistry is a very social career; you meet new people every day and develop long-lasting relationships with your patients. It’s these relationships that keep me going. I love being a part of my patients’ lives, hearing about their families, watching them grow and change, and helping them lead a healthy lifestyle.
Service & Volunteering:
I try to do my part to ensure that people who need dental care are able to get it. For this reason, I volunteer my time to help a number of organizations. I have worked with Give Kids A Smile, Head Start Dental Day, Wisconsin Mission of Mercy Programs, as well as local school programs.
I grew up in the Chicago area and lived in Milwaukee for several years while completing my undergrad and dental education at Marquette University. Like most Marquette alumni, I am a diehard Marquette Basketball fan! I enjoy running, traveling and spending time with my wife and dog.
- Doctor of Dental Surgery, Marquette University School of Dentistry, 2011
- General Practice Residency, Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, 2012
Affiliations & Memberships:
- Academy of General Dentistry
- American Dental Association
- Chicago Dental Society
- International Dental Implant Association
- Racine County Dental Society
- Wisconsin Dental Association
“Dr. Azab was very professional and caring all at once, and eased my pain and doubts. Thank you to Dr. Azab and all the staff at Racine Dental Group, I would highly recommend you to anyone for excellent dental care from people who care.” — Melissa P.