When the COVID-19 pandemic broke, Dr. House got involved immediately on the American Dental Association’s task force. She’s done a tremendous amount of study on how to keep her patients safe. More important, she’s taken major steps and invested a lot in preparing her office to keep her patients and her team safe. In talking with Dr. House about her project, it was quickly apparent that COVID was important to her, so I suggested we film a separate video that solely discusses what protocols and procedures she’s implemented to keep her team and her patients safe. I’d point out that I didn’t charge extra for this video—it was important to Dr. House; it would be important to potential and current patients; and I don’t nickel and dime clients.
I’ve known Dr. House for years from working at the Arizona Dental Association. I’ve probably known her since 2010. In that time, I don’t know if I could name another dentist in Arizona who has dedicated more time and energy to the profession as Dr. House. She’s won just about every award a dentist can be honored with at the dental association, and she’s served on the local, state, and national levels. She was the youngest dentist to be elected president of the Arizona Dental Association, which is saying a lot for an association that’s been around since 1909!
When I posted this video on social media, I shared, “Some people choose their careers; some fall into theirs. However, I think Dr. House was born to be a dentist—after watching this video, it’s my hope that patients will feel the same way!” The video received some nice praise from Dr. House’s peers, which is always nice to hear, but I know the reason why the video is compelling—I/we did a decent job in filming and editing, but Dr. House is so genuine, authentic, kind, poised, and professional, it’s hard to mess that up.
If you’re a Phoenix resident who stumbled on this page—maybe looking for a new dentist—do yourself a favor and schedule an appointment with Dr. House. You will be glad you did.