Dr. Stephanie Pouzol was born and raised in Orrington, Maine. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Stonehill College with a focus on healthcare administration and then went on to Tufts University School of Dental Medicine to earn her DMD degree.

     In 2016, the Tufts University Alumni Committee presented Dr. Pouzol with the "Award for Clinical Excellence in Geriatric Dentistry" for her above-and-beyond approach to caring for her elderly patients.

     She completed a General Practice Residency at Penobscot Community Health Center (PCHC) and then accepted the position of Associate Dentist upon graduating.  She worked there until starting Northeast Dental Partners.

     She has a strong interest in prosthodontics and preventive care.  She is also involved with community and outreach programs.  She has worked with the special needs population in an operating room setting at Eastern Maine Medical Center (EMMC).  She provides on-site dental care to the men and women of the Army Air National Guard in Bangor,  and she also works at the Brewer Community School, treating students ranging from kindergarten to the eighth grades.  Stephanie also participates in continuing education and has received credentialing in both Invisalign® as well as nitrous oxide sedation.

     Dr. Pouzol is a believer in patient education and emphasizes the importance of informed treatment decisions. In her free time, she enjoys baking, boating, snowshoeing, and skiing.