At Cherry Orchard Pediatric Dentistry, our mission is to make you and your family smile. From the very first moment you walk through our doors, we hope your child will learn to love taking care of their oral health and feel safe and comfortable in our care.
Personalized Dental Care
At Cherry Orchard Pediatric Dentistry, we recognize that all children are unique. That is why we tailor every child’s treatment plan to their individual needs and level of comfort. Dr. Lisa and her team are passionate about providing quality care in a safe and nurturing environment. We make going to the dentist fun and engaging so your child is prepared for a lifetime of good oral health, and most importantly, a lifetime of smiles.
- Preventative Care
- Laser Dentistry
- Special Needs Dental Care
- Restorative Care
- Dental Emergencies
Meet Dr. Lisa M. Cherry
Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist
Originally from Mayville, Wisconsin, Dr. Lisa Cherry received her dental degree from Marquette School of Dentistry in Milwaukee. She then completed her specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry at Boston University School of Dental Medicine. It was there that she met Dr. Brian Cherry, who would soon become her husband and partner in dentistry after their marriage in 2007. After practicing some time in Columbia, SC, the couple moved to Greenville with their youngest daughter, Elizabeth, and expecting son , Connor, to be closer to family. Cherry Orchard Oral and Implant Surgery was first developed and now Cherry Orchard Pediatric Dentistry will be joining this Specialty Group.
While spending time with her family is what she enjoys most, Dr. Cherry is very active in her community, as well. She is a member of the Greenville County Dental Society and Renovation Church, and enjoys supporting efforts through the First Presbyterian Academy of Shannon Forest and Downtown. In her free time, she enjoys reading, playing family games, baking, traveling, and the occasional game of golf.
“Greenville has always felt like home to us, so making this place our permanent residence to grow with our family—and to grow our practice—was undeniable.”