I grew up in Canton, MA and graduated Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 2015. I worked as a general dentist for a year before attending Boston University for two years to receive my specialty training in Pediatric Dentistry. I have wanted to be a pediatric dentist since I was 17 years old. Working with children brings me so much joy and satisfaction that I cannot imagine doing anything else. I am very grateful and honored to be able to work with children.
My approach to treating children is to put their comfort first. If children are comfortable in the dental chair, they can make excellent patients and surprise us with their cooperation. I welcome any parents or family members into my treatment room to see how I interact and work with your child or family member. I like to use my imagination and creativity to continuously find more ways to make my patients comfortable. I use quiet dental handpieces (aka quiet drills) to carry out treatment so noise can be minimized. I use specialized techniques to make my injections as painless as possible. If a young patient of mine is very anxious, I actually sing sometimes (just like Dr. Singh, no pun intended) in the chair to relieve their anxiety. My number one priority is that my patient walks away with a positive experience at the dentist. I invest in my patient’s relaxation and enjoyment in my dental chair.