Meet Dr. Sirisha Pulapaka

“The idea of helping others achieve a beautiful, healthy smile and a better quality of life is incredibly rewarding. It's a fulfilling experience to know that my profession has a direct and positive impact on people's lives. Dental care is not just about aesthetics; it's about enhancing overall well-being, and that's what makes a career in dentistry so meaningful. Every day, I have the opportunity to contribute to the betterment of the world by improving the oral health and confidence of my patients, and there's nothing more gratifying than that.” – Dr. Pulapaka

Education and Experience

Dr. Sirisha Pulapaka earned her Bachelor's degree in Dental Surgery from the prestigious M.G.R. Medical University. She further honed her skills, completing her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at New York University and a mini-residency at the Odyssey House in New York.

Continuing education is an integral part of Dr. Pulapaka’s commitment to providing the highest level of care to her patients. Since completing her formal education, Dr. Pulapaka has taken numerous CE courses in dental implants, veneers, and clear aligners. She is a member of the Milwaukee Odontology Club study group, as well as a mentor for students from Marquette University School of Dentistry. Her commitment to continuing education translates into treatments that are not only effective but also more comfortable and efficient, ultimately leading to improved patient satisfaction.

Professional Affiliations

Family and Community

Dr. Pulapaka’s passion for dentistry extends beyond her work, as she finds immense fulfillment in giving back and using her skills to make a difference in the community. She serves with the Greater Milwaukee Dental Association, Milwaukee Oral Health Coalition, Special Olympics, local dental screening events, and Mission of Mercy, contributing to the oral health and well-being of underserved populations.

Additionally, Dr. Pulapaka is deeply passionate about nurturing the next generation of healthcare professionals. She is committed to inspiring and encouraging children to take an interest in science and health professions, as fostering this curiosity at a young age can pave the way for a brighter, healthier future.

Dr. Pulapaka is married with two daughters. She spends her free time at home with her family, cooking, and gardening.