Dr. Randi Green works hard to bring a smile to patients’ faces.
As the owner of Springfield Smile Doctor, roughly half of her clientele could especially use one. She says 50% of her practice is helping patients with chronic temporomandibular joint pain.
“Many of these individuals have been searching for relief for many years and have tried many unsuccessful treatments,” she says of patients with TMJ. “When they arrive at my office, they often feel defeated and lack trust in dentistry and medicine.
“It takes great leadership on my part to help these patients regain motivation to heal.”
Green, 39, represents her trade on the world scale, currently serving as board president of the International Association of Physiological Aesthetics, which works to elevate physiologic-based dentistry worldwide.
“I take this mission to heart, and am proud to help lead an organization committed to pushing the boundaries of dental education to provide better care for our patients year after year,” Green says.
Additionally at her practice, Green is mentoring a younger dentist on the ins and outs of running a dental practice.
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