Dr. Paige Priour has been involved in dentistry for 21 years. Before becoming a dentist, she was a dental assistant and later a dental clinical researcher.
Before moving back to Kerrville, Dr. Priour practiced dentistry in Austin for over a decade, including family dentistry, sleep apnea, elder care, dentures, full-mouth rehabilitation, and high-end cosmetic cases.
Over the years, she has built a reputation for experienced dental care, explaining treatment simply yet thoroughly, having a friendly chairside manner, and a gentle touch.
Dr. Priour earned her undergraduate degree in Nutrition from Texas A&M University and her Doctor of Dental Surgery from Baylor College of Dentistry (now part of Texas A&M). Because of her unique combination of training in dentistry and nutrition, Dr. Priour's treatment philosophy strongly encourages a healthy mouth for a healthy life.
Dr. Priour actively pursues dental continuing education, and even completes on average 9 times the Texas state board requirements every year. She is an active member of several dental organizations:
Dr. Priour is also trained by the Kois Center, an internationally renowned lecture series on advanced dentistry. The Kois Center focuses on cutting-edge implants, aesthetics, and restorative dentistry to improve patients' lives.
Dr. Priour is a sixth-generation Kerrville native, and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Tivy High School. While growing up in Kerrville, she was active in church, girl scouts, soccer, showing sheep through the local 4-H, and hunting with her grandfather, Tommy Priour.
Tommy was a rancher on the Divide, ran Crider's Rodeo from 1960 to 1985, and may be best known for raising show lambs for the Hill Country youth to exhibit in area livestock shows.
Before retiring, her father Kyle Priour was a banker with Security State Bank & Trust, and her mother Judy Wilke Priour was the Registrar at Tivy, Ingram Tom Moore, and Our Lady of the Hills. Her uncle John owns Priour Electric, and her aunt Becky ran Joe's Jefferson Street Cafe.
Dr. Priour is excited to be back in Kerrville and serve the community with her husband Joseph, and two children, Luke and Emily.
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