Gaining the skills and education required to complete life changing transformations for patients on a daily basis isn’t something you can accomplish overnight. It takes passion and relentless pursuit; a never ending desire to improve, advance, and be better than you were yesterday.
I placed my first implant in 2010 and knew my purpose within this profession. Since that moment I’ve had a singular focus on placing dental implants.
My passion for dentistry didn’t come from a love of teeth or an excitement for going to the dentist. Like many of my patients, the idea of going to the dentist was met with anxiety, mostly due to a lack of great experiences.
My first passion was art: drawing, painting, sculpting, creating. This was an innate part of my life from a very young age. In school I gravitated towards science and biology, knowing that medicine was the path I was meant to follow. I began to realize that dentistry was sculpture in small scale and the principles of proportion, design, and symmetry that I had always been drawn to, existed in this career path.
Today I still have the same passionate drive for art and creativity. I’m devoted to new technology and treatments that allow me to take care of my patients through less invasive yet more efficient procedures. I enjoy all aspects of dentistry but I am dedicated cto implantology and rehabilitation with an eye for smile design. The best dentistry should be invisible and if my work looks so natural that my patients smile with pride, then that is true success.
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