Education isn’t something you can wear on your sleeve. For professionals who have taken time out of busy schedules to buckle down and learn a little bit more about their craft, it’s the clients who benefit. That’s because those who trust, for example, David Schneider DDS are rewarded with a wealth of knowledge when it comes to dentistry and oral health. Mr. Schneider, a Bellingham, Washington state resident since 2004, has year after year proven his dedication to dentistry. This has been exemplified through a successful college career, plenty of experience in the field and an entrepreneurial spirit that drove him to open his own office.
When Minnesota native David Schneider DDS set off on his college career, he began at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. He would then go on to attend University of Minnesota Dental School, where he would graduate with honors. Just one of the many stated objectives of the University of Minnesota Dental School is to provide “quality, patient centered oral health care within its clinics and its community.” This is certainly a service that Mr. Schneider would provide after 2004, but we’ll get to that later. After graduating from college in 1993, David Schneider DDS would opt to take on a second job that may in fact have proven instrumental in his success today. The opportunity to work the night shift at a local dental lab in St. Paul, Minnesota was too good to pass up and it gave Mr. Schneider the chance to work behind-the-scenes and learn about dental materials and techniques he’d later put to good use. After finding work in his field, Mr. Schneider would go on to offer his services at dental offices in his native state as well as in New Mexico.
Driven by a long-time desire to open a dental practice that offered individualized comprehensive care, Mr. Schneider would in 2004 relocate to Bellingham, in Whatcom County, Washington state. It’s here that Bayview Dental took hold and has served countless patients in the decade-plus since its opening. Boosted by a friendly staff and experienced employees, those in need of everything from a basic cleaning to implants, bridges and crowns will leave happy and healthy. This is possible because Mr. Schneider buckled down even during the busiest periods of his life to learn more about his field. This dedication can be traced all the way back to when he was a college senior and the National American Dental Association picked him to present his work at an association meeting. Given that this prestigious honor went to only one student from each dental school in the U.S., Mr. Schneider is still proud of this early accomplishment that set the tone for the rest of his career.