Coming from a state that for the past 11 years has been a leader in providing free dental care through the efforts of dental clinics like Missions of Mercy, Dr. Kinderlun Lutz Kraver, of Shelby, is no stranger to assisting communities in need – whether it’s fellow North Carolinians requiring a tooth extraction, or millions of underserved citizens 1,500 miles away in a foreign country.
For her, the chance to assist a community in need (in addition to her own) was a key motivation for her interest in Implant Seminars and its increasingly popular Live Patient program, held monthly in the Dominican Republic.
“I’ve just had a wonderful experience here in the Dominican Republic,” she remarks with enthusiasm in her recent video testimonial. “It is by far one of the best continuing education experiences I have ever had. I feel so comfortable placing dental implants and can not encourage anyone enough to come.”
What’s the source of her infectious praise? The fact that in as little as three days, students like herself can radically transform their dental practice while giving hope – and health – back to millions. Dr. Garg’s trained and friendly staff quickly takes its students under their wings and provides a year’s worth of knowledge.
If that’s not enough of an incentive to sign than I don’t know what is!