Dr. Soleil loves being a part of the Woodinville community! A Philadelphia native, she moved to Washington for her orthodontic training and is now happy to call the Pacific Northwest her home.
You could say that dentistry is almost genetic for Dr. Soleil – both of her parents are orthodontists; her sister, Asya, is a dental hygienist; and her husband, Michael, is a periodontist. Dr. Soleil was inspired to become an orthodontist from a very young age and has followed her dream ever since!
Dr. Soleil achieved the highest possible level of orthodontic training before entering private practice, including 4 years of dental school, 2.5 years of Orthodontic residency, American Board of Orthodontics Certification, and an 18-month fellowship in Craniofacial Orthodontics with a focus on orthodontic treatment for cleft lip and palate, craniofacial syndromes, patients with special needs and pediatric sleep apnea. She is an Affiliate Faculty member in the Graduate Department of Orthodontics at the University of Washington and is also affiliated with the Puget Sound Cleft Lip and Palate Team. She has lectured both locally and nationally to many orthodontic, dental, and sleep specialty groups on a variety of orthodontic and sleep apnea topics.
When she’s not thinking or talking about teeth, Dr. Soleil enjoys traveling to see family and friends. A former collegiate water polo player, she’s all about water sports – wakeboarding, kiteboarding, surfing, boating, swimming – you name it! You might notice the water theme when you visit the office!
College (Anthropology Major): University of Pennsylvania
Dental School: University of Pennsylvania
Orthodontics Residency: University of Washington
Craniofacial Orthodontics Fellowship: Seattle Children’s Hospital
William Roberts, DMD
Dr. Roberts is a three-time graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1972, his DMD degree in 1976, and a Certificate in Orthodontics in 1978. Dr. Roberts became board certified in 1993 and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics.
For eight years, Dr. Roberts was an Associate Professor in the Department of Graduate Orthodontics at Temple University’s Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry, where he taught and mentored dozens of dentists in their pursuit of careers as orthodontists.
Dr. Roberts has authored and published articles in orthodontic literature and lectured internationally for over 30 years. He is a former President of the Mercer Dental Society, where he was the Program Chairman for a decade and continues to serve as their website editor.