Raised on a small ranch in Idaho Falls, ID, I learned the value of work. My parents believed that work came first, and play came second. They created in me an ethic that one should put all one’s effort into the task at hand whether it be shingling a roof, landscaping chores, or athletic practice. I’ve learned that a job done well is something that one should always strive to achieve. My father has always told me that any job worth doing is worth doing right. This philosophy has guided my life in all regards. I learned to appreciate the value of living a life governed by high morals, honesty and hard work. These early teachings have been of paramount importance in guiding and directing my personal and professional life. During my time as a student at Creighton University School of Dentistry, I was pleased with my decision to make Dentistry my profession. I received an excellent academic as well as clinical education. Creighton provided me with a great opportunity to treat patients with many needs and to be personally involved in their care. With the help of a tremendous faculty to aid in this process, many lessons were learned. Since graduation from Creighton, I have had the opportunity to attend hundreds of hours of continuing education. I have completed very intensive hands-on training in posterior aesthetics, cosmetic dentistry and treatment of TMD as well as full mouth rehabilitation dentistry using Neuromuscular techniques. I attended the full continuum of classes at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, the premier post graduate dental learning center in the world. This education has increased the level of care that I have been able to offer my patients in immeasurable ways! I feel that I exceed the expectations of my patients and go well beyond the expected norm. My journey with dental education came full circle when I was a clinical adjunct faculty member at Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health in Mesa. I was excited to participate in the education of new dentists and again was pleased to be a dentist. I know personally how dentistry can change lives. I have seen it and have been very moved by my patients as they have trusted me with their care. The expressions of gratitude always make me feel lucky to have been involved in the experience. They never fail to inspire me and increase my desire to share the talents and abilities that I have been fortunate to develop. I know that I have made in a difference in the lives of my patients. I also know that I can make a difference today for you.
Scott Condie, DDS
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