Aldrich Sy, D.D.S., M.D.

Aldrich Sy, D.D.S., M.D.

  • Undergrad: University of Arizona, B.S., Physiological Sciences

  • Undergrad Minor: Chemistry

  • Dental School: UCLA, DDS

  • Medical School: UC Davis, MD

  • Anesthesia Training: UC Davis

  • Oral and Maxiollofacial Surgery Residency Training:: UCSF

  • Additional Training: Advanced Education in General Dentistry, Lutheran Medical Center

Dr. Sy was raised in Tucson, Arizona where he attended the University of Arizona on a full scholarship and graduated college in three years with a 4.0 GPA in physiology. He completed dental school at UCLA in 2009, earning numerous academic and leadership awards along the way. Upon graduation, he worked for one year for the Native American Tribal Health Center (completing an Advanced Education in General Dentistry-AEGD) before accepting a resident position at UCSF Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. For the next six years, he trained in one of the premiere medical centers in the country where he received his medical degree (UC Davis), anesthesia, general surgery and maxillofacial surgery certification from UCSF. Dr. Sy has also been active in research and is the first author of two manuscripts in well-established, peer-reviewed journals.

Dr. Sy is of Chinese/Filipino descent, fluent in three languages including Tagalog and Taiwanese-Hokkien and is also conversational in Spanish. One of Dr. Sy’s main interests is teaching and he frequently gives Continuing Education lectures on a broad range of topics from medical emergencies to cosmetics. His other interests include global outreach, travel and is a huge fan of bay area sports. He is married to his wife, Kippy, who is a general dentist in public health. They both continue to be active in their community and local charities.

Dr. Sy is skilled in all facets of oral and maxillofacial surgery and his scope includes dentoalveolar, implants, bone grafting, sinus lifts, office-based intravenous sedation, trauma, pathology, orthognathic surgery and non-surgical cosmetic alternatives such as Botox, Kybella, Latisse and dermal filler injections.