Dr Conrad

Dr. Conrad
Pediatric Dentist,

about us

Tori-Thuy Conrad is originally from Hue, Vietnam. She and her family came to America for a better future and a chance at freedom in 1980. Growing up with the Vietnamese name Thuy (Twee), Dr. Conrad's siblings gave her the nicknames "TWEETY" and "BIRD". While she didn't care much for those names then, she has grown to love it, leading her to naming her practice after it.

Dr. Conrad attended Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Chemistry. She then moved to Minneapolis where she studied to be a dental hygienist prior to entering dental school. Dr. Conrad earned her DDS degree at the University of Minnesota. She then pursued her passion to serving children by completing a two-year residency in Pediatric Dentistry also at the University of Minnesota. Throughout her educational endeavors, Dr. Conrad participated in various community service and leadership opportunities. She was awarded the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Award, School of Dentistry Leadership & Professionalism Scholarship, Order of Omega Leadership & Academic Award, Phi Sigma Theta Honor Society, and Excellent Patient Relations Award.

Dr. Conrad is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and is Board Certified. Dr. Conrad is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), American Dental Association (ADA), Minnesota Dental Association (MDA), and the Minnesota Association of Pediatric Dentistry (MAPD).

Dr. Conrad is a member of the medical staff at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota where she is able to provide comprehensive dental treatment with the use of general anesthesia in a hospital setting. Dr. Conrad is certified through the International Center for Laser Education and utilizes the newest technologies to integrate and facilitate successful feeding/nursing in infants and young children.

Outside of work, Dr. Conrad enjoys cooking with her husband Rob and spending time with their three children, Raegan, Riley, and Griffin. She owes her success to her wonderful husband, children, and family. She also loves spending most of her days outdoors when she's not at the Bird House.

Julio Sotillo attended the University of Minnesota for his undergraduate studies where he earned his Bachelor in Science Degree in Biology. He obtained his DDS concurrently with his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. During his dental training, he was awarded academic achievement awards and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Student award.

With his supporting wife, they ventured to San Francisco where he completed his pediatric dental residency training at the University of California San Francisco while serving as Chief Resident his senior year. He is a faculty member in the Pediatric Division at University of Minnesota School of Dentistry where his responsibilities include clinical care for pediatric patients, didactic and clinical instruction to dental students and pediatric dental residents.

With a passion to enhance children's oral care, Dr. Sotillo is committed to help children grow with healthy smiles while instilling a confident attitude about dental health. And so the most fulfilling part of his career has been and will always be to provide a fun and compassionate dental environment and deliver the best oral healthcare to his young patients.

Dr. Sotillo is a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and Minnesota Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.

When not at work, he enjoys traveling, sports, grilling food and most of all, spending quality time with his wife and three children.


Special Services:

We offer several sedation options for children who are apprehensive. These highly effective methods can be administered in an oral form or an inhalation form using nitrous oxide/oxygen (N20-02) (Laughing gas).

It is important that children remain calm and minimize movement during dental treatment to prevent injury to themselves and dental staff in order to receive high quality dental care. For children who are afraid, uncooperative, or too young to understand dental treatment, nitrous oxide/oxygen for analgesia may be very beneficial in helping the child relax.

At times, nitrous oxide sedation may not be sufficient to offset the level of anxiety of the child, as sedation with oral medication is a safe alternative to help the child become more relaxed.

We do not use any form of physical restraint unless needed under urgent situations (dental extractions or injuries sustained secondary to facial trauma). Our main goal is to always keep our patients comfortable in order to reinforce a positive experience.

Thuy Conrad

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New Patients Welcome • 952.401.3341
2665 W 78th Street • Chanhassen, MN 55317