I grew up in Atlanta, Georgia (although you will rarely hear an accent), and I absolutely love my sweet tea, shrimp and grits, and biscuit with gravy. I attended Georgia State University for my undergraduate studies where I received my bachelors degree in Biology and it was in college that I came to discover my passion for dentistry.

I did not come from a family of dentists, nor was dentistry the career I dreamt of having as a little girl. Yet when it came time to choose a career path, I knew I wanted to be in a field where I can help improve and impact peoples lives. Growing up I spent many hours in the dental chair and always loved going to the dentist. No matter the difficulty of the procedure, I always had a positive experience and slowly each visit left me with a healthier mouth and a more growing confident smile. It was once I realized how much dentistry influenced my own life and improved my self confidence, that I knew I wanted to help others achieve the same thing.

I moved to Boston in 2011 to attend Tufts University School of Dental Medicine where I studied four years of general dentistry. After graduation, I moved to New Hampshire with my husband, and have absolutely loved living here. We have picked up skiing to help get through the long winters, and love to hike or go to the beach in the summers. We currently live with our four-legged son, Remington, who is a rambunctious mini goldendoodle and hoping to expand our family in the near future.

As a practicing dentist, my goal is to provide as comfortable and positive of an experience as I can for all of my patients so that they can all “love going to the dentist” like I did. I believe that with the advances and technology available in modern dentistry there is no reason for anyone to avoid coming to the dentist and I am committed to providing the best and most up-to-date treatment for my patients.