Dentistry for me extends far beyond treating teeth – it involves me working and communicating with people and helping improve their lives. I have followed this ‘holistic’ philosophy since graduating from The National University in my hometown of Cordoba, Argentina, in 1991.
After graduating dental school, I quickly realized the boundaries that existed between doctors and patients and how it was detrimental to promoting health, and this is why I took the right steps to remove any barriers in communication and focused my efforts on building strong client-based relationships. At Ablantis Dental, we believe the most important reason for being in practice is the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of those we touch. For us, there are no such things as boundaries.
Dentistry and people are my passion! There are few things that I enjoy more than watching my patients leave the office with brighter and healthier smiles. That’s why I am so grateful for my educational background and my ability to effectively teach, guide and encourage my patients. I was born with a gift of being a doctor and it’s an incredible feeling knowing I am helping scores of people improve their overall dental health and lifestyles.
While I am an active dentist in Encinitas and run a very successful Dental practice, I am also a staunch supporter of community outreach. I care deeply about the community I live and work in and this is why I have been an active supporter of non-profit initiatives that include: Christopher’s Foundation: Connecting to Cure Juvenile Diabetes; and the Belly Up Concert. I was also recently selected to attend the Women’s Dental Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina at the new Dentsply Sirona Academy.