Dentistry is a very enjoyable profession for me. Besides being able to provide services, I get to be part of many people’s lives.
The biggest impact I can make in a patient’s life is to encourage and guide them to take control of their daily oral health habits. Oral wellness has a tremendous impact on a person’s quality of life at every age.
I practice Advanced general dentistry and have the most updated technology to make treatments more effective.
My focus however, is on the foundation.
The way we breathe, eat and sleep have a profound effect on our mental, dental and overall health.
This is facilitated by healthy, well developed upper and lower jaws.
My education has given me the knowledge base and training necessary to provide quality care to my patients. I attended the University of Pacific, School of Dentistry, San Francisco, graduating in 2003 with my Doctorate of Dental Surgery. Prior to that, I received my Bachelors in Dental Surgery in India.To keep up with the ever-changing world of dentistry, I continue my education through classes and seminars throughout the year. This helps me to stay up-to-date with the latest changes in dentistry and allows for a wider range of services to be offered.
As healthcare professionals, dentists are acutely aware of the importance of detecting the risk and/or onset of conditions before they have life threatening consequences. With the increasing prevalence of OSA worldwide, dentists have a responsibility to be on high alert for all potential risk factors and symptoms exhibited by their patients.
The relationship between oral health, physical health, and sleep helps drive the proper diagnosis and treatment of the root cause or causes of conditions rather than just treating symptoms.