Pediatric Dentistry is just as much about building relationships as it is about science and medicine. As a pediatric dentist, I’m fortunate to have the opportunity to not only care for, but also to build lifelong relationships with children and their families. My goals are to deliver quality, ethical, and evidence-based clinical care and to develop confidence and oral health agency in my young patients. I’m proud to be part of the Timberlane Dental team where dentistry is about the patient, not just their teeth.
EDUCATION AND CONTINUInG EDUCATION
I completed my undergraduate studies at Princeton University, earning a BA in Psychology in 2013. Upon realizing I wanted to pursue a career in dentistry, I returned to Tufts University to obtain a certificate in post-baccalaureate pre-medical studies.
I then graduated magna cum laude from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in 2020, where I was invited into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society. Most recently, I completed pediatric specialty training from Boston Children’s Hospital in June of 2022, where I served as co-chief resident.
As a member of the America Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, I consider myself a lifelong learner, staying up to date on advances in dental literature and applying these principles to my practice.
OUTSIDE THE OFFICE
Since moving to New England in 2013, I’ve spent most of my spare time outdoors: biking, skiing, and exploring new swimming holes. My partner Daniel and I are new to South Burlington and can likely be found sampling the foods of VT or parked alongside our backyard firepit. Community has always been important to me, and I’m honored to join yours!