Being a dentist is personally rewarding and professionally satisfying because I am doing something that I love while making a difference in the patient’s life. In 2000, I completed my dental education at Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia Lima- Peru and then traveled abroad, where, through fellowship and residency opportunities I expanded my knowledge and learned new skills and techniques.
My desires to improve professionally lead me to look for opportunities to fortify and enhance my current skills. It was because of this drive that I decided to pursue a fellowship at Tohoku University in Japan in the field of fixed Prosthodontics. I also graduated from the AEGD and GPR program at Eastman Institute for Oral Health (EIOH). These challenging residencies have allowed me to treat diverse patients and perform new dental procedures, thus making it a very fulfilling experience. Currently, I am a full time resident in the Prosthodontics Department at University of Rochester.
In my free time, I am enjoy adventure sports, traveling and spend time with my family and friends.