Meet the Doctors
Tucson Biological Dentistry
She is a wonderful doctor. Takes her time, explains things and understands the emotional stress this kind of procedure can have on a parent.
Jeanne Anne Krizman DMD, MPH
Dr. Krizman learned the importance of listening and caring for people from her parents, both health care professionals.
Dr. Jeanne Anne Krizman DMD MPH
"From a young age, I knew I wanted a career in health care. I chose dentistry, because it’s one of the few fields in health care where the doctor can spend more than 5 minutes with his or her patients. I want my patients to feel that I care, and that they are not just a number in the health care system."
It was at The Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health where Dr. Krizman earned her DMD. She also performed a residency in Advanced General Dentistry. In dental school, she was honored to receive the "Excellence in Implant Dentistry" award. She also has a Master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Environmental and Occupational Health from The University of Arizona College of Public Health. Dr. Krizman believes that both her public health master’s degree and her education at a dental school that stresses whole-person health care, gives her a unique perspective in dental care.
"I care about my patient’s overall health, and believe that preventative medicine begins in the mouth. Patients need to be aware of the correlation between poor oral hygiene and some diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer. I tell my patients, 'your mouth is the window to your overall health'."
Providing the best, most informative care to patients, is of critical importance. Therefore, Dr. Krizman completes over 100 hours of continuing education every year. Last, year, she completed her Master Certification in implant placement and advanced surgical procedures through Loma Linda University School of Dentistry, and she completed advanced training in ozone treatment. This year, she has been traveling to New Jersey to acquire her Integrative Biological Dental Medicine degree through the American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry. In February, she received her Naturopathic Medical Doctor license (NMD).
It was the recruitment of the Women's Golf Team at The University of Arizona that prompted Dr. Krizman's move from South Bend, Indiana. She has been inducted into the Hall of Fame at the University and was also a member of the 1996 NCAA Women’s National Championship Golf Team. A scratch golfer, Dr. Krizman has also performed at the professional level as a triathlete, achieving top 15 finish in one of her three Ironman Hawaii World Championship runs. To this day, Dr. Krizman maintains her love of golfing, running, biking and swimming. Most of the time, she is either with patients or chasing her two sons.
"Like many people, I don’t like to go to the dentist, so I try to make it an enjoyable, non-stressful experience. I respect your schedule, and try to do the best job I can for my patients, as efficiently as I can. I take great pride in my work and patient satisfaction."
- Doctor of Dental Medicine; Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health
- Advanced Education in General Dentistry Residency, Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health
- Master Clinician Program in Implant Dentistry; Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
- Master’s Degree in Public Health; University of Arizona College of Public Health Bachelor’s of Science in Microbiology; University of Arizona
- Completed the program for board certification by the American Board of Integrative Medicine & Dentistry and the American Naturopathic Medicine Association.
- Only dentist in Tucson, AZ who is a certified Integrative Biological Dentist and Integrative Medical Doctor
- IAOMT (International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology)
- American Dental Association
- Academy of General Dentistry
- Arizona Dental Association
- gIDE Dental Institute
- IABDM (International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine)
- DAMS (Dental Amalgam Mercury Solutions)
- IATP (International Affiliation of Tongue tie Professionals)
Dr. Julie Angellotti DDS
Dr. Julie Angellotti completed her Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree from the University of Illinois
at Chicago in 2006. After graduation she moved to Los Angeles, where she began her career in
dentistry. She practiced there until moving to Tucson in 2011 to advance her career by taking a
position with MHC Healthcare, where she was quickly promoted to Dental Director. Dr.
Angellotti is an active member of the American Dental Association. In 2015, her peers elected
her to serve as a delegate to the Arizona Dental Association. She is a board member of the
Pima Dental Study Club, which is the largest study club in Tucson. She is also a member of the
International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, and received her SMART certification in
Dr. Angellotti is passionate about the healing arts, and has been practicing yoga and meditation
for 20 years. In 2008 she became a certified yoga instructor from White Lotus in Santa Barbara,
California, where she trained with Ganga White and Tracy Rich. To further her studies in
meditation, Dr. Angellotti completed two "Vipassana sits". One key takeaway from her
meditation studies is the connection of all things. This holds true in her experience with oral
health as well. When a mouth's function is compromised and disease is present, a decline in
systemic health can result.
One of the reasons why Dr. Angellotti enjoys practicing biological dentistry so much is because
it addresses this very critical issue. She believes in it's core naturopathic principles which aims
to treat a problem by the least invasive and least toxic means as possible. Your body has the
power to heal itself. Biological dentistry encourages that ability rather than trying to override it.
It is truly prevention based and seeks to understand the causes of disease so that steps can be
taken to correct the problem, instead of just treating symptoms. She will be happy to share her
knowledge with you so that you can better help yourself.
Outside the office, you'll find her spending time with her husband and two small children. She
loves hiking, traveling, tennis, gardening, reading, reggae music and watching films. Her
favorite subjects to study are dentistry, human and animal evolution, geology, genetics, history,
palmistry, health/wellness and spiritual development. She is a gregarious soul who loves
getting to know her patents and learning from them. She is proud to be practicing alongside Dr.
Krizman, where she feels right at home in such a progressive environment that is open to
embracing the most cutting edge findings in modern dentistry.