Welcome Dr. Leah Zils

Scott Young, DDS is pleased to welcome Dr. Leah Zils to our practice. Dr. Zils received her DMD from the University of Texas School of Dentistry, which she attended after graduating Summa Cum Laude from Texas A&M. Dr. Zils is continuing to pursue post-doctoral training in the dental arts through Spear Education in Scottsdale, enabling her to bring advanced techniques and evolving best-practices to our new and existing patients.

Dr. Zils is passionate about patient care and makes a wonderful addition to our team of experienced, dedicated, and effective dental professionals. If you are looking for a dentist in The Woodlands area, please call us at 832-610-3123 to schedule your appointment with Dr. Zils today.

Woodlands Premier Dentistry is a comprehensive dental practice located just outside of Houston. Our dentists, including Dr. Zils, offer a full range of general, cosmetic, restorative, neuromuscular, and specialty dentistry services. If you have been looking for a dental practice where all of your aesthetic and functional needs can be met, we welcome an opportunity to meet with you one-on-one, discuss you needs and desires, and personalize a treatment plan that addresses all of your concerns.

To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Leah Zils, please contact us today. We welcome patients from Houston, Katy, Sugar Land, Conroe, King, and all surrounding areas of Texas.

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