That's how all of this started for me. I was 13 years old, playing wallball at school, when I found myself on the ground, battered and bruised, with two of my teeth lying next to me.
“Quick! Get those teeth into some milk!” That was some fast thinking on my teacher’s part.
That bowl of milk saved my smile.
Since milk has just the right nutrients to keep a tooth alive while it’s AWOL, my dentist was able to reassemble my smile and make it as good as new with my real, original parts.
I was fascinated.
And that was the day it began. I’ve been a dentist at heart ever since.
We often treat the mouth like it’s a completely separate part of the body. But if you think about it, it’s really the gateway to everything! By caring for your mouth, you’re helping prevent heart disease, stroke, respiratory problems, and even diabetes.
Taking care of your teeth and gums is as important as eating well and exercising. And just as one might consult a nutritionist or a personal trainer, as a dentist, I get to be a different kind of coach-working with you to make sure we’re being proactive about your whole body’s health from a dental perspective.
Having a beautiful smile feels really good. But feeling great comes from the inside.
Looking forward to your visit,