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Veteran Pediatric Dentist Dr. Rhea Haugseth Featured In Atlanta Business Chronicle

Dr. Rhea Haugseth was recently featured on the Atlanta Business Chronicle website and other major online media outlets, including CNBC.com, MarketWatch.com, Yahoo!Finance and many others.

Marietta, GA – July 3, 2014 – A feature story about veteran Pediatric Dentist Dr. Rhea Haugseth, was recently seen on the Atlanta Business Chronicle website as well as the other major online publications such as CNBC.com, The Boston Globe, MarketWatch.com, Los Angeles Daily News and Yahoo!Finance, among many others.

In her 34 years as a pediatric dentist in Marietta, Georgia, Dr. Rhea Haugseth has given thousands of children (from infant to college age) healthier teeth and better smiles. She has also helped them overcome any fears they may have had when they first visited Post Oak Pediatric Dentistry. She’s enjoyed watching several generations of kids grow up healthier and happier as a result of her efforts. She appreciates every smile, hug and giggle from her patients – and those priceless moments when she’d hear patients tell their parents they couldn’t wait to come back.

Dr. Haugseth has risen to the top echelons of her profession, serving as President of the Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry, the Georgia Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and, from 2011-12, the 8,000 member American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Her overall love of working with children and dedicating her professional life to their dental and general health has given her the opportunity to solve one of the major challenges in her career. She has been continually frustrated by the lack of well-trained pediatric dental assistants she could employ as team members in her practice. There was little clinical training in pediatric dental assisting at the many dental assisting schools in the Atlanta area.

In recent years, she noticed that graduates of these dental assistant schools who came to do their “externships” in her practice seemed ill equipped to work in the pediatric realm; they had the book experience, but not any clinical experience dealing with young patients, which they needed to succeed in a dental office. This has led her to develop the Pediatric Dental Assistant School, a specialized program specifically designed to train dental assistants seeking rewarding careers in pediatric dentistry.

Her intensive training program – which promises that students will be “highly trained and clinically competent in nine weeks” – is similar to other dental assistant schools in the Atlanta area. However, the Pediatric Dental Assistant School is the only one of its kind in the United States. In addition to her commitment to growing the flagship location in Marietta, Dr. Haugseth is currently researching demographic trends and laying the foundation to open schools under this name in large cities where there are enough pediatric dentists to ensure immediate potential employment opportunities for the graduates of her training program.

The full text of the feature story about Dr. Haugseth that was seen in the Atlanta Business Chronicle can be viewed in its entirety at http://www.pediatricdentalassistantschool.com/dr-rhea-haugseth/