- Routine Cleanings and Exams
- Fluoride Treatments
- Root Canals
- Emergency Care
If you only come to the dentist when you're in pain or when you believe something is wrong with your mouth or teeth, you could miss the opportunity to help protect and keep your teeth throughout your entire lifetime. The best way to maintain good oral health is regularly brushing and flossing your teeth along with visiting your dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings.
We all know that "life happens" and I want to reassure you that LCHC is a judgment-free zone. I prefer to work WITH my patients, rather than talk at them. I enjoy practicing all facets of dentistry, including working with kids.
I spent the last 1 ½ years working as a dentist in Colorado. Now I'm back in the Milwaukee area and excited to be joining Lakeshore Community Health Care after working for Dental Aid, a non-profit clinic with a similar mission.
I didn't have "good" teeth as a child. I've had dental work completed on myself as patient. I saw firsthand how a toothache not only impacted oral health and overall health, but quality of life. I wanted to make a difference, even if it only involves relieving a person of a toothache.
I want to make sure that after your first visit, you return for dental care, and make oral health one of your priorities in life.
Arriving Summer 2019...
I have a special interest in extractions and other surgical procedures in dentistry. I completed a one year internship in Oral Surgery with the prestigious St. John’s Providence Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery program.
While I'm very part time, I try to make a big impact when I'm at LCHC. I proudly serve in the Wisconsin Army National Guard. When I'm not working, I'm usually hunting or fishing.