I became a hygienist so that I could positively impact my patient’s overall health and teach them about the importance of their dental health in order to keep a healthy oral hygiene long-term. Helping patients feel comfortable is very important to me. I try to make professional and personal connections, always reminding the patient that they are more than just teeth to me.
I take pride in my chairside manner and try to be very friendly, yet professional, always having a smile on my face. Every patient is treated as if they were a part of my family as I try to make them feel comfortable with me to ease any dental anxiety or fears they may have.
When I’m not at the office, I love going to the theater, listening to soft music, and I also have an interest in photography. A fun fact about me is that I speak some Hebrew/Yiddish.