Thank you for taking the time to visit our website! It has been a long journey, from my high school graduation all the way to the present day, where the years of my hard work have allowed me to establish a practice I am proud to call my own. However, my career was actually in the making long before I even knew.
For as long as I can remember, I had a strong curiosity about the inner-workings and natural laws guiding why and how mechanical objects functioned. As a child I would disassemble all of my toys to see how everything was put together, or as I like would like to call it, "I was seeing the insides." I was only five-years-old so surely the toys could no longer be reassembled and work again after I had performed by investigations, but at least I knew what made them go.
As I grew older, I began to fix objects instead of simply taking them apart. In my adolescent years, all of my hobbies involved working with my hands. Having capable dexterity and precision combined with a great respect for professionals in the healthcare field, I found myself drawn to dentistry. Loma Linda School of Dentistry is where I learned to apply my skills in a profession that allows me to serve my community.
By nature, I am the type of person that loves to help others. Therefore, I never become bored or tired with my work. I always approach each case with an open-mind, seeking to find the best approach for each individual situation. I sometimes compare dentistry to small-scale engineering because, at the end of the day, that is what dentistry is all about ... building and reconstructing an apparatus that has to withstand forces. Creating a beautiful smile in the process is the ultimate reward for both my patient and me.