On Being an Endodontist
As an Endodontist, I love being able to quickly relieve patients’ dental pain. I also enjoy calming patients’ fears regarding dental work, and performing quality care in a compassionate and professional environment. Being able to perform painless procedures and exceeding individuals’ expectations is rewarding, especially when my patient smiles at the end and thanks me for making the procedure worry-free.
Born and raised in Westport, Connecticut, I graduated from Brandeis University with my undergraduate degree. I then obtained my Doctorate of Dental Medicine at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, graduating with honors. Following dental school, I completed my specialist residency at the Tufts School of Dental Medicine, culminating in a Certificate in Endodontics.
That post-doctorate residency was not the end of my education. I have been in practice for eight years and during that time have actively sought out and participated in numerous continuing educational opportunities. By attending annual meetings, along with seminars, other professional gatherings, and studying the latest journals, I stay current on new developments in oral healthcare. This allows me to deliver state-of-the-art, evidence-based clinical care to patients, for the best experience and outcome.
Time with loved ones is my priority outside the office. When I go home in the evening, it’s to enjoy the company of my husband and two young daughters. I also like walking and jogging, painting, and traveling.