SOURCE: Gentle Dentistry of East Aurora, PLLC

Gentle Dentistry of East Aurora, Pllc

February 01, 2011 00:01 ET

Dr. Glassbrenner of Gentle Dentistry, Economic Stimulus of Western NY Is Back

BUFFALO, NY--(Marketwire - February 1, 2011) - After educating children in Africa on the importance of oral hygiene, adopting a rhino to save them from extinction, and a sabbatical to learn how to help other dental practices succeed, Dr. Glassbrenner of Gentle Dentistry of E. Aurora, Pllc makes a triumphant return, eager to resume her duties as a dentist.

Being humanitarian is what drove her to become a dentist in the first place and now, being a dentist is what drives her humanitarian endeavors. 

Horrific conditions in Africa such as Noma (gangrenous inflammation of the mouth found in children in poor hygienic or malnourished condition), and ANG (trench mouth) with a mortality rate of 70 to 90% and an estimated prevalence of 750,000-1 million cases, spurred Dr. Glassbrenner on to help save their lives by educating these children on oral hygiene. 

Growing up poor and losing her father at an early age, she realized quickly that in order to succeed, one must work hard and make compromises that aren't always easy so she paid for dental school herself. 

Dr. Glassbrenner, known for her expertise as a dentist and an executive evidenced by building the fastest growing dental practice in WNY and winning the prestigious Buffalo Business First 40 under 40 Award, says, "Being a dentist is only part of owning a practice. One must also be an executive who understands all the components of running a business. Determined to find the best information on how to build a practice and help others do the same, I found what I consider to be the best way to build a company and feel totally equipped to help others. Now, I can return to my roots knowing that I can accomplish all of my goals of being a dentist, an executive and a humanitarian with confidence."

Aside from her continual support of people in need by running food drives, supporting international human rights endeavors and helping dentists across the nation expand their practices, she is committed to helping the people of WNY get and stay healthy by personally attending to their oral care needs.

Dentists wanting help building their practices or Patients can call 716-652-7080 to set up an appointment or visit

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