I graduated from La Cité Collégiale in June 2007 as a registered dental hygienist. From 2007 to 2011, I worked as a dental hygienist in a traditional dental office.
In 2010, I had the privilege to get to know Josée. I really admired her knowledge, experience, strength, hope and commitment to realizing her dreams of becoming an independent dental hygienist and creating and owning her independent clinic.
She encouraged me to apply for my licensing to become an independent dental hygienist. She was there for me and guided me. I always wanted to work for someone who just cares the same way I do. The Polished Tooth stands for high quality, individualized care and gives me control over my schedule, so I can plan how much time I need with each client without being rushed.
In 2011, I was licensed to work independently and Josée brought me on as a member of The Polished Tooth team. I always strived to be able to do my profession in this type of environment, the same way we are trained in school. I never imagined that I could find it in a little town of Alexandria. I am so grateful that I am just where I belong.