Last week, SaÃºda Magazine published my interview with them, and I’m very happy with the result.
I talked about my career and my path to where I am now, my hopes for the state of oral health in a few years and, of course, my personal views on a lot of topics.
The title is a bit misleading, given that what I said is that, when compared to older people, who have better and natural eating habits, youngsters who consume a lot of fast food have weaker teeth, that turn to dust when you drill them. And this is a symptom of this day and age, I think. We’re so used to getting what we want when we want it, that we apply that same concept to our food.
There’s no amount of treatments that can do as much good to your teeth as a good food will. Eating clean and green is paramount to have healthy and strong teeth.
As I say in the interview, I didn’t always want to be a dentist, but when I put my mind to it, I decided I wanted to do it as best as possible. And this means that I can’t just settle for what’s already out there. As with every other thing in my life, I approach Dentistry creatively, so I can better help people.
We use our mouth to smile, eat and love. All the money spent on keeping it healthy is really an investment in our life!
That’s what we think about when we’re treating our patients at the White ClinicÂ®. I’m very lucky to have a team that thinks like me and is as passionate about what they do as I am. Our patient’s health and happiness are always at the top of our mind, and that’s why we take the time and the effort to make sure our work is spotless.
You can check the interview below, and you can watch the promo video. It’s a fun little piece, and it was great talking about all these things that are so close to my heart.
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- Rocking on with NotÃcias Magazine
- Read all about my interview with MÃ¡xima magazine!
- Meet our InvisalignÂ® platinum provider at the White Clinic
- Having a great time in Tenerife with my nephew!