Savoye Isabelle graduated as a dentist at KU Leuven (Belgium) in 1993. She followed a postgraduate course in orthodontics at KU Leuven in 1997 to obtain the title of Specialist in Orthodontics.
She joined the private practice of her husband Reybrouck Wouter who is a general dentist.
In 2008 they developed their practice in Liedekerke (Belgium) into a modern, multidisciplinary group practice.
In 2013, the card of full digitization was acquired in their group practice with the purchase of an intra-oral mouth scanner. Afterwards they also invested in a dental 3D printer to complete the CAD-CAM circle. Since September 2018, the X1 CBCT of 3shape is also available in their practice.
Savoye Isabelle immersed herself further in digital dentistry through self-study. She mainly attends foreign conferences and is a member of the AAO, WFO and EOS.
For orthodontists, she provides training on the OrthoAnalyzer software for digital planning and the Appliance Designer that enables CAD design of dental devices. (Key opinion leader for 3shape and 3M).
Savoye Isabelle is a member of the BBNO and also member of the advisory board for Bachelor of oral care.
For KU Leuven she is a recognized internship supervisor for the orthodontic training course.